We will get you to where you want to be
Our aim is to get you to where you want to be, starting your Master’s programme on campus.
Studying with us is about putting your education first. It is your time to learn, to develop and to be ready for the world. By starting your Master’s degree now, you can look forward to standing out from the crowd in today’s competitive job market. Whether your goal is to start your own business, work for an NGO or something in between, this is your future.
Join us on campus
When you join us on campus, you can expect:
- Face-to-face learning
- Experienced teachers and support staff
- One-to-one support at every stage
- Additional health and safety measures
We're looking forward to welcoming you*
We are really looking forward to welcoming you to the University of Huddersfield - London. You can look forward to a safe and inclusive learning experience with enhanced health and safety measures and a supportive community of international students and expert staff.
Here to support you
From visa application through to booking accommodation, you’ll be fully supported by our dedicated team every step of the way. We’ll support you with:
- What to pack
- Planning for your arrival
- How to make the most of your time with us
*Please note all programmes for the next academic year (from September 2022) at University of Huddersfield – London are currently suspended and we will not be accepting any new applications. We will be announcing further details regarding the intakes from September 2023 onwards in the coming months, so please check this website or contact your education representative for the latest updates.
Studying on campus
The University of Huddersfield - London is open for you to begin your face-to-face studies at the start of your course. You will also receive one-to-one support, giving you help and guidance every step of the way.
Keeping you safe
Safety principles include:
- Wearing face coverings is encouraged around all our buildings
- Hand sanitiser stations
- Enhanced cleaning and sterilising measures
- One-way systems and signage to manage the flow of people around campus
- Smaller class sizes to enable social distancing
- Additional support for vulnerable students or those with special requirements