Huddersfield University, known formally as the University of Huddersfield, was founded in 1825 in the West Yorkshire Town.
It now boasts more than 23,000 students, a host of modern buildings and a movie star Chancellor in the form of Patrick Stewart.
'The University itself has excellent facilities and support for students, top class teaching and many outstanding research teams. Our students consistently tell us that Huddersfield is a great place to live and learn.' Patrick Stewart
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SCIENTISTS who refuse to acknowledge mankind’s spiritual dimension are damaging science, Lord Robert Winston argued when he delivered the tenth annual Harold Wilson Lecture.Read
A MINIATURE railway locomotive built in Huddersfield is to compete with rivals from around the country.Read
HUDDERSFIELD University leader Bob Cryan, has become a member of a regional business panel.Read
A FASHION designer who graduated from Huddersfield University has a high-profile celebrity client.Read
THE University of Huddersfield has today chalked up a Royal double.Read
A TEAM of students at Greenhead College has won the regional heat of a competition designed to test their business skills.Read
UNSUNG experts of the hospital operating theatre are set to get a degree of recognition – thanks to Huddersfield University.Read
FORMER students at Huddersfield University are helping a Batley-born tycoon succeed in the world of fashion.Read
SHE fled her war-torn African home to escape starvation and ended up homeless in the UK.Read
DIFFICULTIES in the pub trade have not put off an enterprising duo.Read