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iQ Little Aspley House, Huddersfield

Firth St, Huddersfield, HD1 3BN, United Kingdom
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About the Property

Located at 88 Firth St Aspley, Huddersfield HD1 3BN, UK, iQ Little Aspley House, Huddersfield, emerges as a sought-after residence for students looking to live comfortably while attending university. Offering a variety of en suite rooms, this accommodation ensures a comfortable living experience tailored to student needs. It is also conveniently situated near prominent educational institutions, including the University of Huddersfield, the University of Bradford, and Bradford College, ensuring short commutes for students.

Huddersfield, a thriving student city, is the proud location of iQ Little Aspley House. Known for its rich industrial heritage and spectacular Victorian architecture, Huddersfield offers a blend of history, culture, and modern academic excellence. This is what makes it an appealing destination for students. It boasts a dynamic student community buoyed by the University of Huddersfield's growing reputation. Culturally, the city is vibrant with events, festivals, and music, underscored by the infamous Lawrence Batley Theatre and the Huddersfield Art Gallery. Students in Huddersfield will find themselves immersed in a dynamic learning environment. Beyond academics, Huddersfield boasts a lively student community, with numerous social and recreational activities to engage in. From exploring the charming town center filled with cafes, shops, and cultural venues to enjoying the picturesque landscapes of the surrounding countryside, Huddersfield offers a fulfilling student experience that combines academic growth with memorable moments outside the classroom.

In proximity to the student accommodation, attractions like the Castle Hill monument and the picturesque nature of the Peak District offer a serene escape from bustling student life. iQ Little Aspley House ensures a comfortable and secure living environment, situated amidst a city rich in opportunities and experiences for students.

Features

Each room at iQ Little Aspley House, whether it's the Silver En Suite, Bronze En Suite, or other variations, comes fully furnished with modern and student-centric designs. The personal bathrooms add a touch of privacy and convenience, essential for student living. For those looking for more, the Silver En Suite Plus and Bronze En Suite Plus offer that additional flair in living standards.

More than just a place to stay, Little Aspley House Huddersfield is a hub of student activity. The common social spaces are perfect for connecting with peers, ensuring that one's social calendar is as full as their academic one. Regular social events are an integral part, fostering a sense of community and lifelong friendships. In regards to the in-room amenities, students will have a study desk and chair, wardrobe, mirror, small double bed, a chest of drawers, a noticeboard, sofa, and a lounge at their disposal. For fitness enthusiasts or those looking to de-stress after a long day, there's an on-site gym equipped with modern facilities. Additionally, iQ Little Aspley House takes care of mundane tasks through conveniences like laundry services. With storage options available, students never have to worry about space for their belongings, making living organised and hassle-free. The iQ Little Aspley House also offers a secure bicycle parking space!

Recognized for outstanding services and facilities, Little Aspley House also has numerous award-winning halls in the property. Apart from this, more common amenities include a games room and a central location for added convenience. For safety and security, there is a secure key sentry system in place, along with CCTV surveillance and 24/7 staff presence for any assistance. Lastly, the rent structure for iQ Aspley House Huddersfield includes utility bills of electricity, water, heating and Wi-Fi. With all these amenities and more, iQ Little Aspley House is not just a residence but a perfect springboard for student life in Huddersfield.

Location and What's Hot?

Centrally located in a bustling university town, iQ Little Aspley House Huddersfield is surrounded by amenities bound to make student life both convenient and exciting. One of the best parts about this accommodation is how conveniently close it is to various universities. Some universities, such as BPP Law University (Whitehall Centre), University of Law, and Leeds City College are located a quick drive away.

For a taste of global cuisine, students can explore an array of eating options like KFC, Vudu Restaurant, and Aspley Table, or indulge in the cosy atmosphere at Cafe 8. To satisfy those late-night cravings or to stock up on groceries, places like Lidl and Sainsbury’s Local are just a short walk away. There are also a number of bars that surround the property, including BrewDog Huddersfield and The Warehouse, which are great options to explore for drinks for social unwinding. When it comes to health and wellness, residents have easy access to medical facilities with the University Health Centre ensuring wellness is never compromised. The greenery of Greenhead Park is perfect for students seeking a peaceful retreat or a scenic spot for jogging and picnics. Moreover, culture enthusiasts staying in iQ Little Aspley House can delve into the local art scene with the Huddersfield Art Gallery or catch performances at the historic Lawrence Batley Theatre. The Smile Bar and Venue, along with the 3M Buckley Innovation Centre are some additional attractions to visit.

Choosing iQ Little Aspley House means tapping into the dynamic student life full of ease and excitement. With everything students need at their doorstep, this property is not just a haven for students, but also the perfect place to call home away from home.

Commute

For students at iQ Aspley House Huddersfield, getting around the city is a breeze thanks to the prime location and excellent nearby public transport connections. Whether you're headed to class, exploring local hotspots, or doing a bit of shopping, you'll find convenient transport options everywhere. Catch a bus from the Huddersfield Bus Station for hassle-free travel across town, or hop on a train from Huddersfield Railway Station to connect with regional and national destinations. Some of the nearest bus stations to the accommodation include St Andrews Road End and Aspley Basin. iQ Little Aspley House is ideally situated, making commutes simple and stress-free for all students.

What will you get

Bills Included

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Common Amenities

Social spaces
Free contents insurance
Secure bicycle storage
Regular social events
Close to University of Huddersfield
Free onsite gym

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are sites secure?

Each site is covered by CCTV and has onsite security staff, with staff present 24 hours a day. There is also a digital entry system at each building. You should not allow people to ‘tailgate’ – that is, hold the door open for people behind you as you enter

Can I book if I'm under 18?

Property does not accept parental responsibility for occupiers under the age of 18. they require that all tenants living at one of our properties in England and Wales to be over the age of 17 or turning 17 during the academic year booked to live at accommodation, and tenants living in our Scottish properties to be age 16 or over. Exceptions to this rule are available in selected cases through prior arrangement. If in doubt, please contact your preferred site and the team will be able to advise you.

Can I bring a TV?

If you want to bring a TV, check that your room has a TV point and don’t bring one larger than 21”. You can’t mount your TV on the wall, so make sure it’s free-standing. While all TVs provided by Property in communal areas accessed by all residents are covered by a TV Licence, you will need to buy your own licence if you bring your own TV or if there is one already in your room or shared kitchen & living area. If you’re unsure, please check with your site team. For details of licensing requirements regarding catch-up TV and online streaming, please refer to your resident handbook, ask your site team or contact TV Licensing.

Can I bring my bike?

Yes – most  sites have a secure bike store that is free to use for all residents. You will need to register and tag your bike with our team when you arrive.

Can I bring my car?

Some of our sites have limited parking, including in some cases disabled parking bays. However, as our locations are generally close to universities and local amenities, a car shouldn't really be necessary. If you do want to arrange parking, speak to your site team as soon as possible - any spaces available are likely to be reserved very quickly.

Can I bring pets?

Sadly, they do not allow pets at Property. However, they make an exception for residents who require the assistance of a trained and registered Service Dog or Assistance Dog. Any requests for emotional support animals that are prescribed by a licensed mental health professional are assessed on a case by case basis.

Can I choose where my room is in the building?

Yes, you can specify where you would like your room to be – from those which are still available – at the time you book.

Can I choose who I live with in a shared flat?

Our online booking system will show the gender of those who have already booked a room in your chosen flat, if this information is available. If you want to make a group booking with people you already know, our group booking procedure will help you do this.

Can I have overnight guests?

Yes, it's your home so you can have guests staying over occasionally. All overnight guests should only stay in your own room and for no more than 3 nights within a 7 day period. they would ask you to respect your fellow residents and let your flatmates know as well as sign in your guest at reception.  You are responsible for the behaviour of any guests you bring to your site. Due to COVID-19, they may need to make changes to our guest policy in accordance with Government guidance.

Can I make a group booking?

Yes. If you’d like to share with friends, you can find and select rooms in the same flat on our booking portal. Alternatively, please speak to a member of the site team and they will be happy to help you.

Can I move in early?

Yes, they can often arrange this. Please contact your property site directly to see if they have availability or alternatively login to the resident portal to see it is possible to book your room for an early move in.

Can I move out early?

You can move out whenever you are ready but the contract you have with Property is a Fixed Term Tenancy Agreement and you will still need to pay the full rent until the end of the agreement. The only way to release yourself from the Tenancy Agreement is to find a replacement tenant who will take on the full contractual obligations under the Tenancy Agreement. they will only permit you to do this in the period starting one month after your Tenancy Start Date and two months before your Tenancy End Date (“Permitted Period”).

Can I share my room with my partner?

They offer free dual occupancy across a limited number of our studios where both residents are students. You'll see the dual occupancy symbol next to the room number if it is available when you select the room via the floorplan. We'll ask for your partner's details during the booking stages. Both you and your partner must sign our tenancy agreement and have student status for the duration of the booking. If your partner is not a full time student as well then unfortunately they cannot live with us.

Can I smoke in my room?

No, all accommodation is non-smoking. You may smoke outside in designated smoking areas. Please do not smoke anywhere near other residents’ windows, as the unwelcome smell of smoke can drift into their rooms.

Can I store my stuff with you over the holidays?

Yes, they can arrange temporary storage for possessions you don’t want to take home with you. Just ask your Reception team for details. Alternatively, you can use the Pinglocker app for storage and relocation services they provide nationwide.

Can I sublet my room to someone else?

No. So please don’t try. If you do find yourself needing to move out for any reason, your site team can advise you on making arrangements to find a replacement tenant.

Can I swap my room?

It may be possible to swap or change your room once you have moved in, subject to availability. A room change fee will apply. To find out if it’s possible for you to change room, please speak to the accommodation manager at your site.

Do I have to be home by a certain time each night?

No, it’s up to you when you come in. If returning late at night, please respect your fellow residents and keep noise to a minimum between 11pm and 7am.

Do I need to clean my accommodation when I move out?

Yes, please make sure your accommodation is clean to avoid any cleaning charges. You can find a checklist  of things to take care of here. For our London residents, if you wish to save time you can use the Pinglocker app to arrange a room clean at an additional cost.

Do you have laundry facilities?

Yes, the vast majority of our sites have a laundry room where you can wash and dry your clothes. These are operated by an independent provider, Circuit Laundry or Miele. You will need to pay to use the machines via a top-up card or their mobile app. For our London residents, Pinglocker provides convenient collection & delivery service for dry cleaning and laundry at an additional cost. You can book these services through Student Sevices on the app – or you can visit PingLocker’s website.

Do you provide bedding?

No, so please bring your own sheets, duvet, pillows, towels etc when you move in – or you may prefer to buy them locally on arrival. Alternatively, you can order a bedding pack online from Pinglocker (along with many other useful items), and it'll be ready and waiting for you when you move in.

Does Property permit the use of drugs at its accommodation?

No, drugs are not permitted and prohibited items will be confiscated. The tenancy agreement gives Property the right to confiscate substances, including ‘legal highs’ without the consent of the resident.

How can I make a complaint?

Complaints can be made directly through the App or by sending an email to the site team or where the appropriate member of Property will seek to find a resolution. They try to resolve any complaints internally, but understand there may be times when this is not possible. Our complaints procedure is detailed here.

How do I cancel my booking?

If  you have entered into the Tenancy Agreement and you wish to cancel your  booking, you will remain liable for the contractual obligations set out  in the Tenancy Agreement and you may not cancel the booking unless you  can provide proof that you fit any of the following criteria and have  not yet collected your key, and provide the evidence required within the  timescales as detailed below: Where the reason for cancellation can’t be proved with supporting  evidence attached to the cancellation request in line with the above,  the student will remain liable for the full contractual rent, unless and  until a replacement tenant is found. The student is responsible for  finding an eligible replacement tenant, although site staff will assist  where possible.   If a replacement tenant is found, once the new replacement tenant has signed their Tenancy Agreement and paid any rent due, the student will  be released from the contractual obligations laid out in the Tenancy Agreement. Any overpaid rent money will be refunded, less an amount  equal to your Booking Fee (if you have paid a Booking Fee), as a  cancellation fee.
  • You notify us of your intention to cancel your booking prior to 1  August or, if your Tenancy Start Date (as defined in your Tenancy  Agreement) is in any month other than September, 28 days before your  Tenancy Start Date,
  • You notify us of your intention to cancel within 7 days of payment  of your Booking Fee (if you have paid a Booking Fee) and you have not  collected your keys.
  • Your UK Visa application has been denied.
  • You have not obtained the required qualifications to get into your first University of choice
  • You are deferring your university entry.
Where the reason for cancellation can’t be proved with supporting evidence attached to the cancellation request in line with the above, the student will remain liable for the full contractual rent, unless and until a replacement tenant is found. The student is responsible for finding an eligible replacement tenant, although site staff will assist where possible. If a replacement tenant is found, once the new replacement tenant has signed their Tenancy Agreement and paid any rent due, the student will be released from the contractual obligations laid out in the Tenancy Agreement. Any overpaid rent money will be refunded, less an amount equal to your Booking Fee (if you have paid a Booking Fee), as a cancellation fee.

How do I get my post / mail?

Your post will be delivered to a lockable post box for your flat. Larger items or those that require a signature on delivery will be retained by Reception. You will be notified if Reception receive an item for you, and you should collect it as soon as possible.

How do I qualify to live at Property?

To qualify as a resident for Property you must confirm that you are a student at a higher education establishment in the UK.

How do I update my marketing preferences?

If you would like to hear from us by email, telephone or SMS please let us know by contacting Email with your preferred contact details.

How much does it cost to live at Property?

Prices vary according to the site and type of accommodation you need – please check the property page of your chosen site to see the current prices and any offers which may be running. Rent is payable in instalments throughout the year, and includes utility bills, contents insurance and free WiFi. Access to most facilities on your site, including gyms and cinemas where available, is included.

How will I get to know people at Property?

Sites are home to an international community of students, often studying at a variety of different institutions, and it’s this diversity which can make living with us such a rewarding experience. They organise regular social events where you can get to know your fellow residents. You will find posters on site telling you what’s coming up soon – or just ask at Reception.

I only have a conditional offer from my university. Can I still book at accommodation?

Yes – if you don’t get the grades you need to be accepted by your chosen university then, subject to the booking terms and conditions, your booking fee will be refunded in full. It may also be possible to transfer your booking to another Property location, subject to availability. Call the site team at the Property location you originally booked with as soon as possible if you need to do this.

In the event of a fire, how can I trust that my accommodation is safe?

The safety and security of our residents is our number one priority. All of our sites are fully compliant with current safety standards. Our accommodation has fire alarm systems in place as well as fire prevention equipment, and they carry out regular testing and evacuation drills. Our buildings are also regularly audited by external, independent consultants. Property has a full-time, highly qualified, Health and Safety team who visit sites regularly. they also use accredited national providers to service and maintain life safety systems. Additionally, all sites have staff present 24 hours a day, seven days a week. they are continually reviewing our programme of security, fire and safety standards. If you would like further information about our ongoing fire safety programme please read our fire safety update.

Is food and drink available on site?

Sites don’t have restaurants or cafeterias, but most sites provide vending machines where you can buy chocolate, crisps, drinks, ice cream and other snacks.

Is there internet access on site?

Yes, all our sites are equipped with WiFi, accessible throughout the building at no extra charge. This service is provided by our internet partners, ASK4. If you have any issues with connecting, you can find their contact details in the welcome pack you will receive on arrival.

There’s damage in the flat, will I be charged for it?

They know accidents can happen, but any intentional damage to property will result in costs being passed onto residents. The cost to remedy any damage to communal areas will result in equal charges if no one accepts responsibility. It’s best to be proactive to avoid any surprise charges for damages. Report any repairs or damage as soon as possible so they can fix it and discuss whether there will be any charges. You can log any repairs via the maintenance section of your resident portal, or on the app.

What can’t I bring?

Your resident handbook contains a list of prohibited items. This includes many items prohibited for fire safety reasons, such as candles, oil burners, gas appliances and fan heaters. Please see the full list below. If you need further guidance on whether an item is permitted or not, please ask your site team before you move in. No weapons or drugs (including ‘legal highs’) are permitted under any circumstances.

What do I need to bring?

You can see what’s included in your room on the room details page for your site. Among the things you will need, or may want, to bring are bedding, towels, toiletries, toilet paper, basic kitchen equipment, hangers, and a computer or laptop. They have compiled a checklist of things you may want to bring - or buy when you arrive.

What happens if I can’t afford my rent?

If you find yourself in financial difficulties, you should speak to your site team as soon possible. Likewise, if the dates your rent instalments are due do not align with the dates you receive your student loan, please let us know and they will try to come to a solution. All residents are required to register a guarantor, who will be ultimately responsible for your rent if you do not make payment. The guarantor will need to provide identification and sign a Guarantor’s Agreement, confirming they agree to act as your guarantor.

What happens to my booking fee?

Your booking fee is non-refundable (except in the limited circumstances listed in the booking terms & conditions). The booking fee is treated as payment towards your first payment of rent and will be credited to your first rent instalment.

When are my instalments due?

Your rent is taken as four instalments spread out throughout the year to make the payments more manageable for you. Click below to find out more about our instalment structure.

Who can be my guarantor?

Your guarantor can be UK or International based, but must be aged 21 or over; not a full time student; or a current resident in an property. If you are unable to pay your rent and/or do not act in accordance with the terms of the your tenancy agreement, your guarantor will be under an obligation to pay any outstanding amounts.

Will my flat be cleaned?

No, that’s down to you and your flatmates. We’ll keep the common areas of the building, like the social spaces, reception and laundry, clean and tidy. Many residents put a rota together so each person in the flat does their bit to keep it clean. If you would prefer to get someone in to do it, you can book cleaning services through the app (provided by Pinglocker  at certain locations) at an additional cost.

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Student Accomodations in Huddersfield

Huddersfield Student Accommodation

Although it can be time-consuming, locating suitable Huddersfield student accommodation is not difficult at all. Amber offers plenty of affordable, comfortable, convenient Huddersfield student accommodation, all at fair prices. Prestigious institutions, including the University of Huddersfield, the University of Bradford, Bradford College, and many more, are close to student houses in Huddersfield. You’ll find many types of student accommodation in Huddersfield, from expensive to affordable. In this town, every student hostel is designed keeping students' needs in mind. Private halls of residence, public living halls, and private rooms comprise the remainder of Huddersfield student accommodation. Studios, shared apartments, and comfortable, lavish, cost-effective en suites that include all utilities are what make up the majority of private Huddersfield student accommodations. Students in Huddersfield searching for short-term rentals also have accommodation alternatives. Compared to other cities in the United Kingdom, this city makes it simpler to reserve short-term accommodation. Some of the most famous accommodation options in Huddersfield are iQ Aspley House, iQ Little Aspley House, iQ Castings, and Saw Mill.

About Huddersfield

Huddersfield is a well-known, large market town in the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees. This town was a central mill town in the Industrial Revolution. The city has the University of Huddersfield and three colleges: Kirklees College, Greenhead College, and Huddersfield New College. The town combines the Holme and River Colne's short valleys south of the town centre. This city lies in the South Pennines' moorlands, which merge into the eastern foothills of the Pennines east of the town. Although they are primarily semi-rural, neighbouring wards in the Colne Valley, Holme Valley, and Kirkburton are frequently considered part of the town. Compared to other cities of its size, the city boasts a large and varied retail shopping sector surrounded by the town's ring road. Kingsgate, The Packhorse Precinct, and The Piazza Centre are the three shopping districts.

The town is known for its role in the Industrial Revolution, the creation of rugby league, the birth of Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson, and the birthplace of actor James Mason. You may find Victorian-era architecture throughout the town since there is basically no end to the things to do in Huddersfield if you are a student!

Best Student Accommodations in Huddersfield

With many famous universities, many students flock to the city to pursue their dreams and careers. Finding the best Huddersfield student accommodations can become a daunting task for many. Amber helps you find the best student accommodation in Huddersfield in three easy steps: pick, book, and pay. We make the tiresome and lengthy process of booking student accommodation as easy as pie. Amber offers purpose-built studios, flats, and other affordable student accommodation in Huddersfield. When planning to move to Huddersfield, students should look at the localities next to their university. Students can easily do this using the sorting feature. Although everyone's needs and wants differ, they should look at crucial variables like the cost of living, similarity with the neighbourhood, and commuting. Many students prefer to live in student-friendly neighbourhoods; hence, we have listed the best Huddersfield student accommodations that you should look at.

1. iQ Aspley House

2. iQ Little Aspley House

3. iQ Castings

4. Saw Mill.

5. Snow Island

6. Courtyard Block B

7. Courtyard Block C

8. Courtyard Block A

9. Storthes Hall Park

10. 42 Bankfield Road

Cost of Living In Huddersfield

An individual typically spends around £175 per month, which is considered relatively reasonable compared to other regions. This budget will cover your grocery store needs, including fruit, vegetables, dairy goods, and water. After a few weeks of living in the city, you'll start to understand the ins and outs of goods' costs and develop budgeting skills. Students are recommended to have a budget of £300-650/month.

1. Food: £30-50 /month

2. Gas and Electricity: £100-130 /month

3. Internet and Mobile Phone: £25-40 /month

4. Dinner at a Restaurant: £50-100 /week

5. Laundry: £30-70 /month

6. Stationery and Textbooks: £20-40 /month

7. Clothing: £30-70 /month

8. Travel (Buses, Trams, and Trains): £10-70 /month

Student Travel Huddersfield

You can get a cheap bus pass that reduces your ticket to just £1 for each trip if you travel frequently by bus. Most universities are close to the city's train station, which offers frequent service to nearby big cities like Leeds and Manchester. These public transport links are close to various Huddersfield student accommodations.

1. Bus

The Huddersfield bus station is conveniently reachable on foot from any student accommodation in Huddersfield. Bus companies in this town represent the situation nationwide; the majority of services are offered by three major national bus companies' local affiliates in the region. The majority of local services in Huddersfield are provided by First Calderdale & Huddersfield. The Free Town Bus, a zero-fee town centre bus service, was introduced in November 2006 and is operated by K-Line in collaboration with Kirklees Council and Metro. Express coach service is provided to the city by The National Express from around the nation. They assist at the central bus station. Every day, the Megabus Plus connects the city and London.

2. Trains

The city's local and regional rail network is vast, but there is no direct service to London; instead, travellers must change trains in Manchester Piccadilly, Leeds, Wakefield Westgate, or Mirfield. Local stopping services run by Northern connect Wakefield Kirkgate, Brighouse, Dewsbury, Halifax, Leeds, Bradford Interchange, and Huddersfield with Barnsley, Bradford Interchange, and Brighouse.

3. Taxi

Taxis are the most efficient mode of transport to travel around the city. You have the liberty of fetching a cab or booking a taxi through applications like Uber. Additionally, you get privacy and reach your destination on time. But keep in mind that will all these perks, it also isn't cost-efficient. However, these come right at the foot of your Huddersfield student accommodation!

Student Lifestyle And Living In Huddersfield

The lovely Victorian-era Byram Arcade is located in the heart of the city and houses a wide selection of independent shops and clothing from regional fashion designers. There are basketball and lawn tennis facilities, a duck pond, and lots of grass, perfect for lazy days in the sun. Due to its potential for quietness, the city is a desirable location for student housing in Huddersfield. Cross-country routes abound, there are plenty of woods to navigate, and on some evenings, even the city centre is peaceful. If you like serene and quieter places, this town is bordered by them. The city will claim to be very well connected to locations like Manchester or Leeds. You can, of course, take trains to other, more significant places like London.

Northern England's thriving town is home to a sizable community of international students living in the student houses in Huddersfield. The Students Union in this city has a variety of societies where students may get together and celebrate their cultural and national identities. Some well-established organisations at The University of Huddersfield include the Indian Society, Chinese Society, and African Caribbean Society. The largest Freshers Week competition in town, Hud Crawl, pits students against bars and clubs. Street food, drinks, and video games are all combined at Carousel in the city. The Lawrence Batley Theatre and Odeon Cinema both have live performances and late-night box office movies that you may watch with friends, in addition to the student-friendly audience that the nightlife in the city attracts.

Tourist Attractions In Huddersfield

The city is home to various quaint places like rivers, castles, and trails. It is fascinating and draws a sizable crowd of tourists due to the historical palaces, green spaces, and customs. Students are drawn to the city by the hubs, pubs, cafes, leisure spots, parks, and student-friendly clubs draw students. The best part is these places can easily be reached from the many Huddersfield student accommodations using public transport. Several well-liked attractions include

1. Greenhead Park

2. Castle Hill

3. Beaumont Park

4. Tolson Memorial Museum

5. Huddersfield Town Hall

6. Huddersfield Art Gallery

7. Colne Valley Museum

8. Pigs In The Wood

Universities in Huddersfield

The main aim of students coming to Huddersfield is they get a top-class education from the world's most prestigious universities. Studies and the university lifestyle and opportunities they provide attract students the most. Some esteemed universities to aim for near your student accommodation in Huddersfield are listed below.

1. University of Huddersfield 

2. Kirklees College

3. Huddersfield New College

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