Although you'll find lots of information about the University of Huddersfield on our website, there is nothing quite like a visit to the campus to get a feel for what studying with us is really like. It's a great chance to look at the facilities, talk to staff and current students from the course you are interested in and find out about those key things that matter to you.

Booking for our Open Days reopens on 24 February 2020. If you'd like to visit campus before our first Open Day then you can book a Campus Tour.

Undergraduate Open Days 2020
Saturday 27 June 2020 9.30am - 3.00pm Booking opens from March 2020 
Saturday 26 September 2020 9.30am - 3.00pm Booking opens from Summer 2020
Saturday 17 October 2020 9.30am - 3.00pm Booking opens from Summer 2020
Saturday 7 November 2020 9.30am - 3.00pm Booking opens from Summer 2020
Friday 4 December 2020 9.30am - 3.00pm Booking opens from Summer 2020

University of Huddersfield Open Days

Watch our short clip to get a taste of what an Open Day at the University of Huddersfield has to offer.

Directions and campus map

For information about Open Day Car Parking and walking routes to the event check-in, download our Open Day Campus Map. For more information about what to do when you arrive, read more information about arriving at an Open Day.

On the day, you will see our Student Ambassadors in orange T-shirts across the University campus. They will point you in the right direction and answer any questions that you might have about life in Huddersfield.

More information

More detailed information about receiving confirmation of your registration and what you need to bring to an Open Day, please read our Open Days Frequently Asked Questions.

Should you have any queries or special requirements for us to take into consideration on the Open Day please contact us before the day on +44 (0)1484 472282 or email opendays@hud.ac.uk.

To find out more about our courses, student finance, accommodation or applying and support, please visit our undergraduate study pages.

*The University is number one in England for the proportion of staff with teaching qualifications (HESA 2019).

Huddersfield is the only University where 100% of the permanent teaching staff are Fellows of the Higher Education Academy. Permanent staff, after probation: some recently appointed colleagues will only obtain recognition in the months after their arrival in Huddersfield, once they have started teaching; research degrees applies to those on contracts of more than half-time.