Place Category: Modern Universities
The University of Hertfordshire is based in the town of Hatfield in Hertfordshire – on two campuses (College Lane and De Havilland). It also has a couple of smaller specialised campuses nearby – Bayfordbury Campus (which houses the University’s observatory for astronomy, atmospheric physics and remote sensing) and Meridian House (which houses much of the University’s health, clinical science, nursing, midwifery and paramedic training facilities).
The University offers a wide curriculum with an emphasis on applied and vocational subjects. It prides itself on its record in the employability of its graduates. It’s courses include: Computer Science, Creative Arts, Education, Engineering and Technology, Health and Social Work, Law, Business, Criminology and Political Science, Life and Medical Sciences, Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics.
The University is one of a number of universities providing the opportunity to study for a full degree over two years.