The University of Huddersfield is an open university that offers various educational programs. Its history dates back to its founding as the Young Men’s Mental Improvement Society in 1841. After going through several changes, it later became a technical college in 1896. Then in 1970, the college was merged with the Oastler College of Education and became Huddersfield Polytechnic. Finally, in the year 1992, the polytechnic institution received university status to become the University of Huddersfield. The university is nestled in the Huddersfield region of West Yorkshire, England. Its core campus is set in the south-east of the center of Huddersfield town and called Queensgate Campus. The campus is divided by a narrow canal and features a combination of teaching and facility buildings. Also, the university maintains an International Study Centre which offers degree training courses to foreign students. Presently, the institution enrolls students coming from over 130 countries.
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