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Hi! I'm Kieron and I've applied for Computer Science with Games Programming at Huddersfield! I've also applied to Teesside, Bolton, Staffordshire and De Montfort. Really hoping for Huddersfield though. I'm currently studying a BTEC Extended Diploma in Computer Science with predicted grades D*D*D*.
Hope you get the place at Huddersfield that you want, but if you need any info. from us about our courses, just shout.
Best wishes, ^SK
I have firmly accepted an unconditional offer to study adult nursing, I will be starting in September 2020 😊
Anyone have an offer for engineering? How long did it take for you decision to come through?
Sent my application in mid December and still not heard anything 😬
I have an interview for adult nursing at Huddersfield in a few weeks, it will be my first interview. Just wondering if I could receive any tips or recommendations from current students or undergraduates that have already had an interview 😁 thanks in advance 👐🏼
Congratulations on your offer!
If you have any questions about Huddersfield, university or your course, please just let me know.
I’ve just received an unconditional offer for children’s nursing! I’m a mature student who will be commuting from Manchester. I am waiting on a decision from Salford but even with the extra travelling I got such a nice vibe from Huddersfield I think I may accept the offer. Any info on other commuters from Manchester massively appreciated. I do drive but if the train works out quicker/easier I may do that?
Congratulations on your offer for Child Nursing!
We have a lot of students that commute to the University. I would recommend having a look into monthly passes for the trains/any discounts you can get as a student, and also look into parking in Huddersfield and the costs of that.
Travel time would also depend on your timetable (this is usually available in summer - depending on the course) as to whether you'd potentially get stuck in traffic if you drove, etc.
We have some information on traveling to the University here: https://www.hud.ac.uk/about/maps/#!#...642.1575014715
I hope this helps, but if you do have any additional questions, please just let me know.