Below are the answers to some of the most common questions about our Open Days.
It is highly recommended that you register in advance, although you can just turn up on the day. Registering to attend the Open Day means you'll be able to reserve your place on subject specific talks, tours and activities that run throughout the day.
Yes, an email will be sent to you once you register to attend the Open Day. The email contains links to lots of useful information that will help you to make the most of the day. It also contains a QR code that allows for speedy check-in, so bring the email with you either on your phone or a print out and we'll scan it at the check-in desk.
Should you have any special requirements/disabilities that need to be taken into account on the day please contact the Schools and Colleges Liaison team direct on +44 (0)1484 472 282 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org before the Open Day so that we can make the necessary arrangements to make your day as enjoyable as possible.
We recommend that you arrive before midday so that you have time to visit all the activities that you are interested in on the day eg. subject talks and demonstrations, campus and accommodation tours and have a good explore around the University campus.
Student halls visits will be available throughout the day - no booking is required. Once you are on campus you will find the DIGS help desk, where you can find information about the accommodation tours. A bus service will take you to and from the halls, so there's no need to worry about transport.
Please note that the University does not own its student accommodation. DIGS Student is the University-approved accommodation provider.
Alternatively, Huddersfield and its surrounding areas offer some great privately-owned accommodation so you have plenty of options to find a place that's right for you. To find out more about alternative accommodation please call +44 (0)1484 473 446 or visit HudLets - the lettings agency run by the Students' Union.
Simply bring your registration confirmation email with you either on your phone or as a print out. It contains a QR code so you'll be able to check-in quickly.
Yes. The check-in area will be in the Oastler Building along with the Information Fair. A printed programme will be available for you to collect when you check-in on the day, which includes details of campus tour times and talks. You can also enjoy some free refreshments before you head out onto campus.
We have no limit on the number of visitors attending with you. Children can accompany parents, however, we ask that if you are attending a presentation and they get restless that you wait outside the room so other visitors are not disturbed.
Please make your way to the Open Days check-in desks in Oastler Building clearly marked on our Open Day Campus Map. We have Student Ambassadors in orange T-shirts across campus to direct you throughout the day.
A printed programme will be available for you to collect when you check-in on the day. The Open Days programme contains details about all the activities happening on campus on the day. In the programme you can also find a schedule of what happens on the day including registration, general and subject-specific talks and a campus map. You will be able to download a programme for the relevant Open Day from these webpages nearer the event.
You can amend or cancel your booking using the link within the registration confirmation email.
You can also let us know by contacting the Schools and Colleges Liaison Team on +44 (0)1484 472 282 or email email@example.com. We have Open Days in June, September, October, November and December if you would like to re-book.
There is a limited amount of free car parking available on the day which is allocated on a first-come first-served basis. We will be using two car parks on the day, Queen Street South (HD1 3DU) and the 3M Firth Street car park (HD1 3BD). Staff and Student Ambassadors will be at the car parks to direct you to the Open Day check-in area.
Should these car parks be full there are a number of alternative public car parks nearby, both long and short stay, and within walking distance of the University campus and the town centre. For more public car parking options please refer to the Google map of public car parks in Huddersfield.
We have lots of cafes and food outlets available throughout the University campus.
Both are only a 10-minute walk to the University. For directions please see our guide to arriving at our Open Days. On the day of the event there will be a Student Ambassador at the train station from 8:45 to 11:15 to direct you to the University.
Yes, guided walking tours of campus are available at regular intervals throughout the day and there is no need to book; just go to the Help Desk in the Information Fair. These will be led by our Student Ambassadors.
There is plenty of quality accommodation available in and around Huddersfield. There also are a number of Huddersfield hotels close to the University and town centre that you can book.