The University of Hertfordshire creates skilled graduates ready for the modern workplace by delivering career-focused degrees. It collaborates with employers when designing courses and offers students up to date facilities, real-world experiences, preparing them for the careers and industries they’ll work in after graduation. Just 25 minutes north of London, students will find inspiring and engaging teaching, fantastic extra-curricular activities, and the tools to prepare them for the career of their dreams. Herts focuses on providing a learning community where students can get to know one another, draw on the experiences and expertise of academic staff and get personalised, impactful support.
Students can choose from more than 200 undergraduate courses, and the university supports students in tailoring their educational experience to help them achieve their academic goals. Its two campuses benefit from continuous investment in social spaces, sports facilities, accommodation and academic facilities. A new School of Physics, Engineering and Computer Science building is opening in 2024.
Students have the opportunity to try new things and meet new people at every turn, with ample recreational and sports facilities, social spaces, cafes and bars, and regular events. Ele House pub at College Lane, Café Ambition at de Havilland and the vegan Gallery café in the Art and Design Building are some of students’ favourite spots.
University of Hertfordshire students on Whatuni say:
“My course specifically was very industry focused. We took part in live briefs with external clients, this helped build our portfolio from an early start. This also gave us a good insight into what the industry could be like, depending on what discipline we decided to go down."
““Amazing, made many friends, travelled, learnt so many things. I enjoyed meeting new people, going to events, studying abroad in Asia, going on field trips with my lecturer.”
“Overall the experience has been very enjoyable.”
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