University of Hertfordshire
About University of Hertfordshire
The university offers wide ranging undergraduate courses, postgraduate courses, continuing professional development (CPD), online distance learning and short courses. From Creative Arts, Humanities and Psychology to Engineering and Technology, University of Hertfordshire Schools of Study open the door to a huge and fascinating range of subjects. Beside this, students can choose flexible study routes for their chosen degree. Students will find state-of-the-art facilities, academic excellence and unique engagement with the worlds of business, commerce and the public sector in all its Schools of Study.
Whether students are hard at work, keeping fit or just want to relax, the university have a space for students. The university is continually improving its learning facilities and social spaces, committed to giving students an unbeatable student experience. There are variety of social spaces across both campuses, from cosy coffee shops to very own venue, The Forum Hertfordshire. These areas are perfect for socialising and relaxing.
Hertfordshire Students? Union has over 100 societies offering everything from salsa dancing to LGBT and baking to K-pop. Societies are like mini communities on campus that bring together students with similar interests. They range from academic and cultural to music and social so there's something for everyone. Being part of a society is a great way to try something new, meet new people and open oneself up to many different opportunities.
The University of Hertfordshire is located in Hatfield, just 25 minutes by train from London's King's Cross station and within easy access of the A1(M). The two sites, College Lane and de Havilland, are situated less than a kilometre apart. A network of pathways, cycle routes and handy shuttle buses connects the sites.
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