Study abroad in the UK at The University of Hertfordshire.
The University of Hertfordshire (UOH) is a public university in Hertfordshire, United Kingdom. The university is based largely in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, located 20 minutes by train from central London. Hertfordshire has two campuses based in College Lane and de Havilland.
The university ranks (601-800) World University Ranking and (151-200) Young University Rankings 2019 by Times Higher Education.
The university’s School of Pharmacy has granted full Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain accreditation. Its MBA programme is affiliated with the Association of MBAs, the only global MBA-specific Accreditation and Membership Organization.
This university offers placement opportunities in many areas such as business, creative arts, physics, maths and law. The Trident Media Radio is the campus radio operated by the students.
For international students, the university provides many scholarship opportunities based on merit.
The University has many close links with industry, and every British Formula One team has at least one Hertfordshire graduate. Degrees in healthcare science and the pioneering paramedic science BSc make Hertfordshire a preferred provider for the NHS in the east of England and the Universities Careers and Placements Service offers graduates lifelong support on employment and career development.
This university has a plethora of partners. Some of them are McGill University Canada, University of Okhalama and James Cook University.
The university has developed many notable alumni that are doing successfully in their fields. Tony Banham is the Founder of Hong Kong War Diary Project. Helen Lederer is a famous actress and comedian, BBC presenter, Kate Bellingham is a renowned alumnus of this university.
The university has 11 schools:
- Hertfordshire Business School,
- Computer Science,
- Creative Arts,
- Engineering and Technology,
- Health and Social Work,
- Humanities (which oversees its CATS programme),
- Hertfordshire Law School,
- Life and Medical Sciences,
- Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics
- Hertfordshire Higher Education Consortium.