The University of Hertfordshire is based in the historic town of Hatfield on the outskirts of London, which was home to Queen Elizabeth The First.
The University of Hertfordshire is an ambitious and entrepreneurial University and was recently awarded the prestigious Times Higher Education 'Entrepreneurial University of the Year' award. They offer excellence in teaching, learning and research and our students are at the heart of everything we do.
They are the country's leading business-facing university with a strong focus on the employability of our graduates. The University provides students with the knowledge, practical skills and experience that employers look for, giving them the best chance of career success. Producing highly employable graduates is a priority at the University of Hertfordshire. They aim to be the university of choice for employers, with graduates who are in demand for their knowledge, skills and competence.
The University of Hertfordshire offers over 500 courses in a fascinating range of subjects such as Art & Design, Accounting and Finance, Business and Management, Computer Science and Engineering, Humanities, Law and Education, Pharmacy, Psychology and Biosciences, all at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
The University's courses are developed in consultation with business, industry, the professions and the public sector. Their high vocational content means graduates from the University of Hertfordshire are more 'work-ready' than many other graduates qualified in their area of expertise.
On graduation University of Hertfordshire alumni have everything they need for a satisfying career – a professional qualification, life skills, practical experience and an ever growing network of contacts, which includes a worldwide family of over 160,000 alumni.