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University of Huddersfield

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Undergraduate Degree

Year of graduation 2015

Photography

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WRITTEN ON 28 MAR 2014

Is the University of Huddersfield the place to be?

I love the facilities that the University has to offer - everything is up to date and rather modern, the library is open 24/7 and is a great help for the basics (printing, scanning, using computers). The tutors are professional and helpful. 
As for when applying, I would come and see the town the university is located first (if possible) because I was a little disappointed when I first moved here. I had chosen an accommodation that was located rather far away from the campus, which caused more problems in every day life. I would also check for bursaries and other kind of financial help the University can offer, because some of the courses do not offer this opportunity and it can be a struggle if you can't get a job. 
My biggest personal struggle was to overcome homesickness and loneliness after being surrounded by people who love me at home I found myself all alone in the big world. It took me nearly the whole year to overcome these feelings, and second year is much better! Another thing I've been struggling with is the financial side. I cannot find a part-time job and Photography course isn't applicable for any further financial help other than loans from the bank.

I love the facilities that the University has to offer - everything is up to date and rather modern, the library is open 24/7 and is a great help for the basics (printing, scanning, using computers). The tutors are professional and helpful. As for when applying, I would come and see the town the university is located first (if possible) because I was a little disappointed when I first moved here. I had chosen an accommodation that was located rather far away from the campus, which caused more problems in every day life. I would also check for bursaries and other kind of financial help the University can offer, because some of the courses do not offer this opportunity and it can be a struggle if you can't get a job. My biggest personal struggle was to overcome homesickness and loneliness after being surrounded by people who love me at home I found myself all alone in the big world. It took me nearly the whole year to overcome these feelings, and second year is much better! Another thing I've been struggling with is the financial side. I cannot find a part-time job and Photography course isn't applicable for any further financial help other than loans from the bank.

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