University of Huddersfield

University of Huddersfield

University of Huddersfield

Best Locations for Student Accommodation:

  • Town Centre
  • Bath Street
  • Newsome
  • Mold Green
  • Firth street

Average Rent:

Average rent is £75.00-£79.00 pp pw.


Huddersfield has good transport connections to a number of key northern cities including Manchester and Leeds with some excellent bus links across the city and to the University. There is a range of housing options in the town centre and the No.398 bus provides a link from the town centre to the Storthes Hall campus and main uni building.

Huddersfield railway station is in St George’s Square, and convienently close to the University campus.

Living in Huddersfield:

Huddersfield is an historic Northern City in Yorkshire. Situated mid point between Leeds and Manchester; the City is well placed for taking in the excellent shopping and social venues of the whole area.

There is a good mixture of social venues which cater for most tastes. Firstly, the University’s student union has a bar, which is very popular both in the daytime and evening. Also on offer are a number of events throughout the year including pub quizzes. With live matches available on the big screen it can be a noisy place.

The majority of social venues in the town centre are a mixture of trendy bars, pubs, small intimate clubs and large capacity clubs. The most popular student nights in Huddersfield are Mondays and Tuesdays. A number of locations that are popular with students are listed below:

Tokyo Nightclub – Queen Street
Camel Club – John William Street
Varsity – Zetland Street
Warehouse – Zetland Street
Revolution – Near the Kingsgate Centre

The majority of shops are centred in the town centre and some specific streets and areas. The Kingsgate Centre has a collection of high street stores, however, if you are looking for a more unique shopping experience, The Byram Arcade has a range of independent shops which include boutiques,crafty gifts, trendy clothes, music and books. Huddersfield also hastwo specialised markets, Queensgate Market and Market Hall. Together these markets have over 350 stalls so just browsing through the jewellery, fabrics and other bits could be quite time consuming.

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