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* 91.5% of our postgraduate taught students are in work or further study within 15 months of finishing their degrees (of those available for work or study, latest Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019-20)
The University of Hertfordshire’s well-established partnerships and excellent reputation across all industries, as well as its relationships with universities abroad, provides students with many opportunities to work or study in the UK or internationally. There are numerous industry events, talks and networking opportunities and over 1,700 industry connections with local and internal businesses.
Course content is informed in partnership with industry to ensure students develop the skills and knowledge to be industry-ready. The institution uses industry quality equipment and software to simulate the work environment and offers work placements and live briefs for industry to ensure students have the experience they can shout about on their CV. Graduates go on to find work in a wide range of careers, with alumni working as politicians, executives, athletes and television presenters.
For students seeking to specialise in a subject area, change career or to enhance their current skills, the Careers and Employment Service offers a high level of committed support for four years after graduation.
University of Hertfordshire students on Postgraduate Search say:
“The efforts to get students placed seems pretty impressive.”
“The University of Hertfordshire is doing a great job to provide opportunities for their students. The University’s career hub services are remarkable and trustworthy.”
“Development of skills to use outside of University life.”