University of Huddersfield Notable Alumni
List of prominent graduates from University of Huddersfield include celebrities, politicians, business people, athletes and more. This list of distinguished University of Huddersfield alumni is loosely ordered by relevance, so the most recognizable celebrities who attended University of Huddersfield are at the top of the list. This directory is not just composed of graduates of this school, as some of the famous people on this list didn’t necessarily earn a degree from University of Huddersfield.
University of Huddersfield Notable Alumni:
- Natalia Luis-Bassa
- George W. Buckley
- Rizwan Hussain
- Brian Cox
- David Chaytor
- Colin Burgon
- Petros Dermetzis
- Philip Davies
- Kavita Oberoi
- Mike Morton
- Sally Nugent
- Lisa Head
- Mark Bowden
Alumni access to the Library
As an alumnus of the University you can access the Library on campus and borrow up to five books at one time.
In order to make use of this service, please bring your degree certificate or results letter, along with photo ID to the Library, where colleagues will then issue you with a lending card. This will then be valid for five years, after which you will be eligible to renew it. If you do not have your degree certificate, please visit our Registry Office on the 9th floor of the Schwann Building on campus. They will issue you with appropriate proof to take to the Library.
To qualify as an alumnus you must have studied at the University for a minimum of one year and have completed a year’s course leading to a recognised University qualification.
Due to licensing restrictions you will not be able to access online journals or electronic materials or any kind either on or off campus. However, you will be able to use Summon as a catalogue to find books.
Public access to library facilities
Free reference access
We welcome members of the public to use our library facilities for reference purposes free of charge. Just bring along two forms of recognised identification (one to include your current address) to our Reception Desk and you will be issued with a Guest Pass. You can use all available print-based and some audiovisual materials (subject to policy and licensing) and gain access to our Archives and Special Collections (may require appointment). You can also use a limited range of our computing facilities (please note you must be 18 or over)