University of Huddersfield Finance

By | 15th June 2017

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University of Huddersfield Finance

Financial Services

Our mission

To support the recruitment and retention of students by maximising the investment of human and physical resources devoted to teaching and learning, so that the University’s aims and objectives (“to offer high quality learning, enriched by research and engagement with our business and cultural communities, to all who can benefit”) are achieved.

The Finance Department of the University aspires to acheive a high standard of customer satisfaction.

Finance Team shortlisted for Times Higher Education Awards 2017

The Finance Team have been shortlisted in the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards 2017. The team has been nominated for the Outstanding Financial Performance category, which recognises outstanding work in finance departments and particularly how procurement has released savings to invest in the University.

The winners will be announced during the awards dinner and presentation ceremony on Thursday 22 June in London.

Earlier this year, the procurement team were shortlisted for the National Government Opportunities (GO) Excellence in Public Procurement Awards.

2016 News

In 2016 Andrew McConnell, Finance Director, was awarded the great honour of an OBE which he received from HRH Charles, Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace.

Andrew and the Finance team were also nominated in two categories at the 2016 Business Finance Awards in March. Andrew won the award for UK public sector Finance Director of the year, and the Financial Services team narrowly missed out on the Finance Team of the Year, but were highly commended and received praise from the judges. The event was held at the London Royal Garden Hotel.

Student finance information for current students

This information is for continuing students and applies to study at the University of Huddersfield in the academic year 2017/18. Please note that your tuition fees for subsequent years may rise in line with inflation (RPI-X).

Information on tuition fees for new applicants is available on our undergraduate fees and finance and postgraduate fees and finance pages. For international student tuition fees please refer to the international students webpages.

Funding entitlement for current EU students

Following the recent EU Referendum results, the UK Government has confirmed that all current undergraduate EU students will continue to receive their existing package of UK government funding until they complete their course. If you are an EU student currently studying at Huddersfield, your funding entitlement will not change regardless of the forthcoming negotiations between the EU and the UK government.

Fees for undergraduate home/EU students

Type of course Annual tuition fee
Undergraduate programmes full-time (BA, BSc, BMus) 2016 entry £9250
Undergraduate programmes full-time (BA, BSc, BMus) 2015 entry £9250
Undergraduate programmes full-time (BA, BSc, BMus) 2014 entry £9040
Undergraduate programmes full-time (BA, BSc, BMus) 2012 and 2013 entry £8960
Placement year (2017/18) £500
Undergraduate programmes part-time (BA, BSc, BMus) £950 per 20 credit module

Fees for undergraduate home/EU students who started before 2012

Type of course Annual tuition fee
Undergraduate programmes full-time £3465
Placement year There is no placement year charge for students that started before 2012/13
Undergraduate Honours degree BA/BSc (Hons) part-time £360 per 20 credit module