Students in Huddersfield have said planned cuts on campus have left them feeling “let down” by the town’s university.

Last month it was confirmed nearly 200 jobs were to be axed at the University of Huddersfield, as well as a number of courses.

Students told the BBC they were concerned about the impact the cuts could have on their academic futures, with some considering transfers to other universities.

The university said the job cuts were a “proactive effort to secure a dynamic and sustainable future” during a “financial crisis” in higher education.

The cuts come following a previous restructure at the institution.