Fees and finance - University of Huddersfield (2023)

What’s included in your tuition fee?

We understand that by choosing to study with us you are making a big financial commitment. We want to make sure you understand exactly what your fees will cover and what additional costs you will need to budget for when you decide to become a University of Huddersfield student.

In brief:

What is included:What is not included:

Lectures, seminars & tutorials

Compulsory field trips

Access to the library

Access to computer facilities

Support & wellbeing services

Students' Union membership

Course administration

Graduation ceremony, guest tickets and reception

Textbooks you want to buy

Printing

Optional activities

Optional field trips

Your personal computer/laptop/tablet

Travel costs for work experience/placements

DBS/Health checks

Gown hire for graduation and photography

Personal membership of professional bodies

Living expenses

Student immigration and visa costs

Additional programme costs

In detail:

What is included?

Lectures, seminars and tutorials– The amount of contact time will vary depending on which course you are studying (for example science based subjects tend to have more contact time built into the course whereas courses such as English and History place more emphasis on independent study). You can find out the details of the contact time for a course using our course finder tool.

You can also expect to be given a personal tutor when you start your course and you will have some one-to-one appointments with them to discuss your progress throughout the course.

Field trips– if you need to go on a field trip to pass your course or it will make up part of your assessments, your standard travel and accommodation costs will be covered by your tuition fees. Although you will still need to pay for your own food, drink and souvenirs. We strongly recommend that students consider taking their own insurance out especially if you find time for white water rafting and other adventurous activities.

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Access to the library– We have a well-stocked library and, as part of your tuition fees, you will be able to access the library whenever it is open and also use our electronic libraries to access papers and journals. We hold copies of the books on the reading lists for each course for you to borrow and much of the reading material will also be available for you to read online.

Computing facilities– As a student you will be able to access our computing facilities on campus to help with your studies. We also offer a ‘laptop lending’ services so that you can borrow a laptop to use for 48 hours.

Student support services– Coming to university is about more than just studying for a degree and can take some getting used to. We offer lots of student support services and careers counselling to help you make the most of your time at the university.

Students' Union– Your tuition fee will cover the costs of you becoming an member of the National Union of Students. The Union is there to look out for the best interests of our students and can offer you an independent source of help and advice if you need it whilst at university.

Admin stuff– Behind the scenes we do lots of other stuff for you like registering you on your course, providing you with hand outs and arranging for you to sit your exams. We don’t charge you for resits unless you have failed a module entirely and then there will be additional fees charged. We also include the costs of attending your graduation ceremony (although not any optional extras, such as photographs).

What is not included?

Books– Although copies of your necessary books are available from the library, many students choose to buy their own copies of key texts and the cost of buying text books is not included in your tuition fees.

Course equipment– It goes without saying that you will need to provide your own pens, paper and other basic stationery; however some courses will require you to buy specific equipment and materials for that course, particularly on art, design and fashion courses where you may need to (or wish to) buy additional materials for your projects. To help you, we have put any extras you will need to pay for on the course information.

Printing– you will be able to print off some of your course materials and we do provide printing services on campus. If you choose to use the on campus printing facilities, there will be a small charge for each page you print.

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Optional activities– coming to university is a good opportunity to try new things and join student societies or the gym and you should budget for these costs.

Field trips– some courses may offer field trips to enhance your learning experience. Where these are optional and do not form part of your assessments, you may be asked to pay for them.

Computer– although we have computing facilities on campus (and our laptop lending service) which you may use, we will not provide you with your own computer/laptop and if you want to have your own computer you will need to purchase one. For computer based courses you may need a high spec computer.

Work experience and placements– If you go on work experience or work placement, you will need to fund your own travel costs to and from the placement. If you are taking a placement year, you should read our Tuition Fee page to see what fees you will need to pay us during that year.Please be aware that if you are outside the UK, you will still be responsible for your living expenses and may need to consider issues like health care and insurance costs.

Other costs– if you are on a professional course which requires you to hold personal membership of a professional body, you will need to pay for your membership yourself. Similarly, if you are doing a course which requires DBS or Occupational Health checks, you will have to pay for those. We have put on our course finder information to show where there are such charges for a particular course.

Living expenses– your tuition fee covers your tuition costs but, of course, you will have all your other day-to-day living costs that make up your expenses like food, travel, accommodation, toiletries and clothing. If you are eligible, the maintenance part of your student loan will help cover these. We’ve put together a webpage so you canread about much living in Huddersfield is likely to cost you.

Student immigration and visa costs– where you require a visa to study in the UK or a visa for travel to another country as part of your course you will need to pay these costs yourself.

Additional programme costs- These apply to postgraduate research courses only.Read more about additional programme costs.

Contact the Finance Office

The Student Finance Office is located in Student Central on Level 4 of the Central Services Building on the main Queensgate Campus.

The Student Finance enquiry deskis open from10.00amto4.00pm(Monday to Friday) during term time and between10.00amand2.00pmout of term. Outside these hours our services are available throughiPoint.

The cash officeis open10.00am-12.30pmand1.30pm-3.30pmduring term time, and9.00am-1.00pmout of term.

For queries about invoices received or payments, tuition fee charges, grants, bursaries and scholarships:

Tel:+44 (0)1484 472 210
Email:sfo@hud.ac.uk


The Student Finance Office can providesupport and advise all students regarding financial issues including:

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  • Information and guidance regarding possible sources of funding for all courses in the University
  • Budgeting advice to discuss a variety of options and strategies in order to manage on a budget
  • Facilities for the billing and payment of income to be collected by the University
  • Debt advice via personal and confidential sessions is available from trained staff along with mediation and resolution
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Progression bursaries

Postgraduate Progression Bursary

We offer a postgraduate progression bursary to continuing students undertaking a full-time or part-time MA/MSc who gained their undergraduate degree with us. These bursaries are calculated as part of the invoicing process when you enrol onto a postgraduate course with us and fee invoices are adjusted to show the net amount owed, minus any bursary award.

Amounts available

  • £500for full-timecontinuing students
  • A total of£500forpart-time continuing students (£250is applied in year one,£250in yeartwo).

Selection criteria

Bursaries are available to UK and EU students who meet the following criteria:

  • Minimum of a upper secondclass Honours degree from the University of Huddersfield.
  • You must enter a taughtpostgraduate course at the University of Huddersfield in the year following graduation. You will not qualify for the bursary if you take abreak from education.

Available to allUniversity postgraduate taught qualifications (full-time and part-time)except NHS, Initial Teacher Training, Diploma in Architecture and distance learning courses.

Scholarships

Research degrees can represent a natural progression for the best graduates. If you have earned a first-class degree or a Postgraduate Master’s degree with distinction you may be eligible for one of our research scholarships.

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We run aVice-Chancellor’s Scholarship schemefor University of Huddersfield graduates. Your application is assessed on the quality of your proposal, research topic and potential to engage in teaching.

The breadth ofresearch degreesavailable at Huddersfield reflects the range of fields, in which the University advances research, innovation and collaboration.

FAQs

Is University of Huddersfield hard to get into? ›

University of Huddersfield acceptance rate is good at 76.46%.

How much is the tuition fee for Huddersfield University? ›

Is it better to pay uni fees upfront UK? ›

Paying upfront may leave less cash for worse debts

Even if your child is likely to be a high-earning graduate, that still doesn't necessarily make it the best use of your cash. After studying, many will want to buy a house or perhaps get a loan for a car.

Do you have to pay University fees up front? ›

Most students won't have to pay for tuition fees up front – you can apply for a Tuition Fee Loan to pay your fees.

Which university in UK is easiest to get into? ›

Full list of UK university offer rates
RankUniversityOffer rate
1University of Oxford19.1%
2University of Cambridge21.6%
3London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)21.9%
4University of St Andrews25%
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Is Huddersfield good for international students? ›

Located in West Yorkshire, England, the University of Huddersfield offers a modern and supportive learning environment for international students and is gold-rated for teaching excellence.

Does Huddersfield University do interviews? ›

Auditions and interviews are all conducted by academic staff members and give you plenty of opportunity to ask questions and find out more about studying at Huddersfield.

Does Huddersfield University give unconditional offers? ›

Unconditional offer

We may also make unconditional offers in exceptional circumstances, for example where an application is from a mature student with substantial relevant experience.

How do I accept a Huddersfield offer letter? ›

Step 4 - Accept your offer

In your offer letter, we will provide you with a dedicated email address in which to send all your documents. You can pay your deposit online. Once you meet the conditions of your offer, we will then proceed to your Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS).

How can I lower my university costs? ›

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  • Consider dual enrollment. ...
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  • Be responsible with your student loans.

What happens if you don't pay university fees? ›

If you don't pay your University tuition fees you will be suspended from your course and from access to all University facilities. You will not be allowed to sit any examinations or submit any coursework. If you are having difficulty paying your fees, we recommend you talk to your college at the earliest opportunity.

Why are student fees so high? ›

The main reason for the excessive cost is the lack of government funding for universities. All schools of higher education are profitable institutes which receive minimal public funding so must charge fees for high quality tuition.

What is the maximum student loan amount UK? ›

Maintenance Loan for living costs
2021 to 2022 academic year2022 to 2023 academic year
You spend a year of a UK course studying abroadUp to £10,866Up to £11,116
If you're 60 or over on the first day of the first academic year of your courseUp to £4,014Up to £4,106
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Can I go to uni for free? ›

University bursaries and grants

Many universities offer bursaries or grants to students facing financial hardship while at university. These could come in the form of cash, or they could be grants to help you cover the costs of accommodation, books, course-related travel and so on.

How do I avoid university application fees? ›

You can request some application fee waivers directly through the college application, or fill out the NACAC's fee waiver request form and submit it with your application. Many college applications have a field where you can indicate that you want to be considered for a fee waiver.

Which is easy course in UK? ›

Anthropology

This degree is viewed as one of the easiest in the UK because of the nature of the content which you have to learn, as well as the fact that entry requirements for courses don't tend to be very high, and specific subjects are often not required.

Which UK university has highest acceptance? ›

Which University in UK has highest acceptance rate? Aberystwyth University (97.6%) Bishop Grosseteste University (95.1%) Ravensbourne University London (95.1%) University for the Creative Arts (92.4%) etc.

Which university is hardest to enter? ›

  1. Harvard University — 3.19% Total Number of Applicants (Class of 2026): 61,220. ...
  2. Columbia University — 3.73% Total Number of Applicants (Class of 2026): 60,377. ...
  3. California Institute of Technology — 3.92% ...
  4. Stanford University — 3.95% ...
  5. MIT — 3.96% ...
  6. Princeton University — 4.38% ...
  7. Yale University — 4.47% ...
  8. Brown University — 5.03%

Which city is best to live in UK for students? ›

Top 10 Best Cities in UK for Students
  • London, #1.
  • Edinburgh, #10.
  • Manchester, #25.
  • Glasgow, #25.
  • Coventry, #40.
  • Newcastle Upon Tyne, #42.
  • Birmingham, #45.
  • Bristol, #49.
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Is Huddersfield a good place to live? ›

Over 110,000 people voted in a survey to name the top 50 worst places to live in the UK, and Huddersfield came second - but, frankly, we don't agree. In the poll, conducted by ilivehere.co.uk, Huddersfield came second to Aylesbury after the Buckinghamshire town went viral during voting.

Which city has the most international students in UK? ›

In fact, well over 20% of all the UK's international students are based in London, with approximately 125,000 of them in total!

How do I pass a University interview? ›

How to prepare for a university interview
  1. Practice answers to common questions. ...
  2. Re-read your personal statement. ...
  3. Make sure you can attend. ...
  4. Remember to bring any additional documents. ...
  5. Arrive early. ...
  6. Dress smartly and comfortably. ...
  7. Prepare your own questions in advance. ...
  8. Relax, you'll interview better this way.

What happens if you fail credibility interview? ›

If you fail to attend a credibility interview after being invited then your application will be refused.

Do all students get interviews? ›

It depends on the school. In many cases, colleges offer interviews to every applicant but make them optional. It's worth it to consider an interview, when possible, to help yourself stand out. Some schools only offer limited interview opportunities.

Can I fail my exams with an unconditional offer? ›

If you're taking exams but have been made an unconditional offer, your results won't affect whether or not you get accepted. But, although your place won't be dependent on your grades, taking your exams is really important to prepare you for uni or college and could impact your future employment.

Can you fail with an unconditional offer? ›

If you receive an unconditional offer then you've already met the entry requirements for a college or university – the place is yours if you want it. If you still have exams to take when you get this offer, the results of those exams will not affect whether or not you're accepted.

Is it hard to get a unconditional offer? ›

An unconditional offer is not easy to earn. Very few universities actually offer unconditional offers or operate an unconditional offer scheme, so if you do receive a university unconditional offer, then you will be one of the very few who do!

Do universities tell you if you are rejected? ›

It could be a matter of days or months before you hear back from a university about your application, whether that's an offer, invitation to an interview or rejection (hopefully not). It all depends on when you applied and how that university course chooses to make offers.

Can I not join after accepting the offer letter? ›

If you have signed offer letter and other term and conditions of that company and such joining period as given in the offer letter has expired or has not clearly defined in offer letter then in that condition you are free to join any other company at present t in your hand.

Can I reject offer after accepting UK? ›

Once someone has accepted an 'unconditional' job offer, they're in a legally binding contract of employment. However, a 'conditional' job offer can be withdrawn if the person doesn't meet the employer's conditions (eg satisfactory references and health record).

Can you negotiate university offers? ›

While some institutions may offer their best option right away, many will hedge their offers, just like a typical negotiation. Typically, discounts come through need-based or merit-based aid.

Is it cheaper to stay on campus or off? ›

The rental cost of living off-campus is cheaper than the price of a room or bed in the school, although additional running costs on utility, furniture, and fixtures might eventually scale up the cost of living outside the campus and bring it to par and sometimes more than the cost of college dorms.

Do student loans get forgiven? ›

To be eligible for forgiveness, you must have federal student loans and earn less than $125,000 annually (or $250,000 per household). Borrowers who meet that criteria can get up to $10,000 in debt cancellation. If you also received a Pell Grant during your education, you can qualify for up to $20,000 in forgiveness.

Can you be blacklisted for University fees? ›

The school can blacklist you with a credit bureau if you have not applied for fee exemption and have not paid outstanding fees. The school may not withhold reports or awards because of non-payment of fees.

Do you have to pay back uni fees if you drop out? ›

As both your tuition fee and maintenance loan payments are made through instalments over the year, you'll have to pay back whatever you've already borrowed plus interest. You'll be charged for a full term even if you leave part-way through.

Can I pay my University fees in installments? ›

During registration you will have the opportunity to pay your fees in three equal instalments. If you wish to pay in instalments you just pay one third of your fees online with the remaining tuition fees being payable in instalments by Direct Debit.

Is it worth going to uni UK? ›

The good news for students and graduates is that getting a degree usually does lead to a bigger pay cheque. Studies, including this research by HESA (the Higher Education Statistics Agency) and the University of Warwick, have found that graduates have a higher average salary than those who didn't go to uni.

What is a full fee paying student? ›

If you're studying a postgraduate course you'll most likely be a full-fee paying student. Full-fee paying places are not subsidised by the government. This means you'll need to cover the full cost of your course. Help with costs is available in the form of FEE-HELP loans, scholarships and grants, and alumni discounts.

Can a student pay their full university fees? ›

Students should pay their full university fees themselves as they benefit from having university studies and not the society as a whole.

How many years do student finance fund you for? ›

You can usually only get student finance for your first higher education course. If you've already studied a higher education course, you might not get help for a second course. You can only have a maximum of 16 years of part-time funding. You will have to self-fund anything over this amount.

How much student loan do I pay monthly UK? ›

You pay back 9% of your income over the Plan 1 threshold (£388 a week or £1,682 a month). If your income is under the Plan 2 threshold (£524 a week or £2,274 a month), your repayments only go towards your Plan 1 loan. If your income is over the Plan 2 threshold, your repayments go towards both your loans.

Can I get a student loan if my parents make a lot of money? ›

Don't worry, this is a common question for many students. The good news is that the Department of Education doesn't have an official income cutoff to qualify for federal financial aid. So, even if you think your parents' income is too high, it's still worth applying (plus, it's free to apply).

Which university is free in UK? ›

The University of Cambridge is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. It offers tuition-free education to UK students. In addition, it has a wide range of scholarships and financial aid options available.

Which university is cheapest in UK? ›

Top 10 Most Inexpensive Universities in UK 2022-23: Tuition Fees
  • Staffordshire University. ...
  • Teesside University. ...
  • Leeds Trinity University. ...
  • University of Cumbria. ...
  • London Metropolitan University. ...
  • The University of Bolton. ...
  • University of Chester. ...
  • Coventry University.

Can a poor student study abroad? ›

Answer: Yes it is possible to study abroad even if you don't have so good grades. Language schools abroad accept students on any level, and there are also other schools like American Community Colleges that accept students with lower grades.

Why universities are reject applications? ›

Your application does not meet the academic threshold

If it doesn't meet their requirement, they may think that you are not suited for the learning environment of the school. Apply to colleges where you have a good chance of getting in based on your grades and academic achievements.

Which university has free application? ›

The University of the Free State does not need an application fee to be paid to apply. UFS has nine faculties for prospective students to choose from. Along with these faculties, they also offer Open Distance Learning and Business School. Students can also participate in more than 22 different sport disciplines.

Which universities that do not need application fee? ›

Which universities in the US have no application fees? Free application fee universities in the US include Bryn Mawr College, Trinity University, Rhodes College, Carleton College, Colby College.

What is acceptance rate of University of Huddersfield? ›

Highlights
Application PortalOnline
Application Fee20 EUR for a single choice 25 EUR for multiple choices
Acceptance Rate20%
Average SAT ScoreNot Required
Average ACT ScoreNot Required
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Is Huddersfield university prestigious? ›

University of Huddersfield is ranked 651 in QS World University Rankings by TopUniversities and has an overall score of 4.2 stars, according to student reviews on Studyportals, the best place to find out how students rate their study and living experience at universities from all over the world.

What is the most difficult university to get into? ›

Top 10 Hardest Colleges to Get Into
  1. Harvard. Cambridge, MA. 3.19%
  2. Columbia. New York, NY. 3.73%
  3. Caltech. Pasadena, CA. 3.92%*
  4. Stanford. Stanford, CA. 3.95%*
  5. MIT. Cambridge, MA. 3.96%
  6. Princeton. Princeton, NJ. 4.38%*
  7. Yale. New Haven, CT. 4.47%
  8. Brown. Providence, RI. 5.03%

What is the easiest university to get accepted into? ›

Easiest Colleges to Get Into 2022
  1. Adams State University. Location: Alamosa, Colorado.
  2. University of Texas at El Paso. Location: El Paso, Texas. ...
  3. Eastern Washington University. ...
  4. Dickinson State University. ...
  5. Presentation College. ...
  6. Eastern Oregon University. ...
  7. Wright State University. ...
  8. Western Kentucky University. ...

What University is number 1 in the UK? ›

The University of Oxford is top in a list of the best universities in the UK 2023, which includes institutions in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

What is the top 10 University in UK? ›

  • 8) London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) ...
  • 7) King's College London (KCL) ...
  • 6) The University of Manchester. ...
  • 5) University of Edinburgh. ...
  • 4) UCL (University College London) ...
  • 3) Imperial College London. ...
  • 2) University of Cambridge. ...
  • 1) University of Oxford.

Which field of study is most difficult? ›

The hardest degree subjects are Chemistry, Medicine, Architecture, Physics, Biomedical Science, Law, Neuroscience, Fine Arts, Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Economics, Education, Computer Science and Philosophy. Let's dive right in, and look at why these subjects are the hardest degree subjects.

What does A and M stand for? ›

What does "A&M" stand for? Agricultural and Mechanical, originally, but today the letters no longer explicitly stand for anything. When Texas A&M was opened on Oct. 4, 1876 as the state's first public institution of higher education, it was called the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, or "A&M" for short.

Which University has the lowest acceptance rate? ›

Top 100 - Lowest Acceptance Rates
SchoolLocationFall 2021 Acceptance Rate
Stanford UniversityStanford, CA4%
Yale UniversityNew Haven, CT5%
Brown UniversityProvidence, RI6%
Columbia UniversityNew York, NY6%
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How do you increase your chances of getting accepted? ›

  1. Earn Good Grades in Challenging Courses. ...
  2. Get a High SAT/ACT Score. ...
  3. Write a Compelling Personal Statement. ...
  4. Demonstrate Interest. ...
  5. Secure Strong Letters of Recommendation. ...
  6. Apply to a Diverse Selection of Colleges. ...
  7. Opt for an Early Admission Plan. ...
  8. Manage Your Online Reputation.

Which university gives admission fast? ›

Evidently, ESUT is one of the best universities you can gain admission easily in Nigeria. The university has the least number of students who apply for admission every year. Thus, if you are looking for a university you can gain admission with an average score in JAMB examination, you can apply for this university.

What is the easiest 4 year degree to get? ›

These are the easiest majors we've identified by highest average GPA.
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  • #2: Criminal Justice. ...
  • #3: English. ...
  • #4: Education. ...
  • #5: Social Work. ...
  • #6: Sociology. ...
  • #7: Communications. ...
  • #8: History.
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