Based in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, the
University of Hertfordshire is one of the most reputed public universities in the UK. Ranked as one of the top 100 universities in the world under 50 years, the university traces its history to
Hatfield Technical College which was founded in 1948. In 1992, it wasgranted university status and renamed as the University of Hertfordshire.
Home to over 25,000 students and almost 3000 staff, the university also has a strong representation of international students with more than 5,200 students from over 100 countries choosing the University of Hertfordshire for pursuing their higher studies.
UOF is based out of two campus, the College Lane Campus, and de Havilland Campus. College Lane is the primary campus and houses the Learning Resource Centre, Hertfordshire Intensive Care & Emergency Simulation Centre along with a range of research and teaching laboratories. Opened in 2003, The £120 million de Havilland campus is themed around law and business courses. It houses the Hertfordshire Sports Village and Weston Auditorium.
It offers a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research courses along with over 40 industry accredited courses.
The nine schools are Hertfordshire Business School, Computer Science, Creative Arts, Education, Health and Social Work, Humanities, Hertfordshire Law School, Life and Medical Sciences, Physics, Engineering and Computer Science and Hertfordshire Higher Education Consortium.
Multi-million pound investments into university facilities including several new and refurbished buildings, research facilities and state of the art technology including mock law court and flight simulation suites to enhance the teaching, learning and overall student experience.£7.7million Forum renovation offers collaborative teaching space and supports flexible learning styles,
The university is committed in its effort to conduct collaborative, multidisciplinary research organized within six themes, namely, Food; Global Economy; Health and Wellbeing; Heritage, Cultures and Communities; Information and Security; and Space.