University of Hertfordshire

The University of Hertfordshire is a public research university in Hertfordshire, England.

A model 21st-century university, international business-facing and business-like in its approach. Gained university status in 1992. Post-war technical college (Hatfield), reincarnated as Hatfield College of Technology and Hatfield Polytechnic.


•    Hertfordshire Business School
•    Computer Science
•    Creative Arts
•    Education
•    Engineering and Technology
•    Health and Social Work
•    Humanities
•    Law
•    Life and Medical Sciences
•    Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics
•    Hertfordshire Higher Education Consortium

• Students are well served in information technology. The library and resource centre on the College Lane Campus offers 24-hour access to hundreds of computer workstations.
• A second centre on the de Havilland campus provides another 1,100 workstations.
• The virtual learning environment has been a leader in its field, giving all staff and students their own storage space. Students can use it for study, revision or communication, as well as to access university information.
• The Careers and Placements Service provides a professional service to students throughout their time at the University and for up to two years after graduating.
• The Enterprise Team at the University provides students and graduates with support and advice to help turn their business and not-for-profit ideas into established and successful ventures.
• UHArts is an umbrella organisation promoting the arts and maximising the use of the University’s arts venues, performance spaces and galleries for professional arts events.
• A nursery with 80 places for student and staff children.