Last updated on 27 July 2020 at 16:35pm.

The campus will open for teaching, research and student support, with Covid-19 precautions in place, for the new academic year. All students will receive individual timetables which will show them when they need to be on campus. You can view a broad timeline for when things will be accessible. We look forward to welcoming you back to campus.

 


The start of the new academic year in September 2020

Your safety, campus access and services

Information on how you'll be kept safe, if campus is open and how to access services.

Your Course and Timetable

Guidance on how your studies will be delivered in the next academic year.

IT Resources and support

What IT resources you'll have access to, what IT equipment you'll need and support for students without access to IT.

Enrolment, welcome and getting started

Information about what's happening at the start of term including the Students' Union's Welcome Festival.

Student Accommodation

What should you do about booking your accommodation? Should you consider commuting? Answers inside.

International Students

Guidance for international students.

Students with disabilities

Support for students with disabilities (including those shielding)


Frequently Asked Questions

Student Wellbeing

Learn how to stay healthy, what to do if you're feeling lonely or experiencing financial hardship.

 

International students

Guidance for International Undergraduate, Master’s or PhD Students.

Disabled students

Find out how to access support for your studies during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Continuing studies

Guidance for what happens when you're ill, graduation, extenuating circumstances and no penalties for late library returns.

Self-isolation and Stay at Home Guidance

Your attendance record, contact with a carrier or have increased vulnerabilities and what happens to placements?


Update 9 June 2020

Update for students posted 9 June 2020 at 3.30pm. Teaching in September.

Update 11 May 2020

Update for students posted 11 May 2020 at 10.00am.


Accessing Services and Support when away from campus

How do I access support services whilst I am away from campus?

Arrangements are in place to support students while our campus is closed. Please start your enquiries through the following links:

*if you are unable to access HudHelp, please contact ipoint@hud.ac.uk.

If you have an urgent wellbeing enquiry please review options on the wellbeing pages and review our wellbeing emergency contacts.

If you wish to contact your School, please see our school contacts information.