Campus Tours

Campus Tours are a great chance to look at our facilities and see the campus for yourself. 


Interactive map and Virtual Tour

If you've not had chance to visit our campus, let this virtual tour show you what we have on offer. From specialist laboratories, studios and performance spaces to a modern library, sports centre and computing equipment.

Top class facilities and resources at Huddersfield

On campus you’ll find all academic schools, the library, quiet study spaces and research facilities alongside green spaces, places to eat and a gym. We’ve invested nearly £156 million in campus development, and have fantastic facilities including specialist laboratories, studios and performance spaces. There's also a working canal that runs through the heart of our campus with a tree-lined towpath, perfect for those downtime moments.

Take a whistle-stop tour of campus in our 60 second video tour.

And everything is in one place

Think you’ll get lost? Think again. Here at Huddersfield everything is accessible in one location so you’re only a short walk away from everything you need.

Our buildings range from an historic 19th century church through to modern buildings including the home of Art, Design and Architecture the Barbara Hepworth building. The University has a long history from its founding as the Young Men’s Mental Improvement Society in 1841 through to the present day. 

Find out more about our buildings


The Library

Study at a time that’s right for you with all the information you need to hand in our library in the heart of campus.


Cafes and restaurants

With 12 outlets across seven locations, Huddersfood offers perfect pitstops for caffeine fixes and relaxing spaces to grab a bite to eat.



Play team sports or maintain a healthy body and mind by getting involved in fitness classes and gym facilities on campus and at KAL Fitness Centres across the district.


Search our courses

Search our course pages for undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses at the University of Huddersfield.

Student Central

Student Central, our learning and leisure centre, combines access to the library, computing, sport, leisure and eating space all under one roof.

You can meet friends and relax before lectures or grab a bite to eat and catch up with your reading list – Student Central is the hub of the campus where you’ll find everything you need.

The University’s £22.5 million Student Central building is the hub of campus where you can find: 

  • iPoint – our human ‘Google’ for finding everything on campus 
  • The Students’ Union (SU) and SU Shop 
  • Student Support Services including wellbeing, disability and finance support 
  • Food and drink outlets 
  • Active Hud 
  • Library and computer suites 
  • HudLets accommodation office 
  • Careers Service and Job Shop 
Students laying down in the University Plaza. The Student Central building is behind them.

Student Central at the University of Huddersfield.

Enterprise Hub

The Enterprise Hub is a great facility for students and graduates who want to run their own business or freelance. Along with support from experienced Business Advisors you have access to free hot desk office facilities including:

  • PCs and Macs with a wide range of software packages 
  • printing and photocopying facilities 
  • a landline telephone
  • free entry to the Enterprise Support Directory
  • bookable meeting pods
  • access to the University Wi-Fi system for eligible students and graduates who prefer to use their own laptop
  • a range of business books available to borrow on an honesty basis

Student Support

As a student at Huddersfield, you're never far away from dedicated staff and resources to help you navigate through your personal student journey.


Student Accommodation

Huddersfield has great accommodation for students. Discover all your options with HudLets.


Students' views on campus

A great way to find out more about the benefits of being a campus university is from our student reps. They blog about student life at Huddersfield.

Safety and Inclusion

Find out about some of the facilities, practices and procedures that help the University to be a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment.

A study support worker with a student