|Rank 601||Location United Kingdom||Established 1948||International Students 20%|
|Famous Courses BSc (Hons), MMath, BA (Hons), LLB (Hons), MSci, MChem, MComp, BEng (Hons), MEng, LLB (Hons), MPhys, MSc, LLM, MBA, MA, MSc, MRes, PGCE, PGCert, PGDip||International Fees £14,000|
The Institution of Hertfordshire (UOH) is a public university in the United Kingdom's county of Hertfordshire. Hatfield, Hertfordshire, is the home of the university. Hatfield Technical College, its forerunner, was established in 1948 and was named one of the top 25 colleges of technology in the United Kingdom in 1959.The British government granted Hatfield Polytechnic university status in 1992, and it was renamed University of Hertfordshire. It is one of the universities founded after 1992.
The Institution of Hertfordshire is a modern university based in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, some 35 kilometres north of London. Hertfordshire Institution is known as "the UK's leading business-facing university," with over 25,000 students from approximately 90 nations enrolled.
In 2015, the University of Hertfordshire earned the Guardian University Award for Student Experience, with 95.2 percent of graduates working or pursuing further education six months following graduation.
Every British Formula One team has at least one Hertfordshire graduate, and the university has many tight relationships with business. Hertfordshire is a favoured provider for the NHS in the east of England thanks to degrees in healthcare science and the pioneering paramedic science BSc, and the Universities Careers and Placements Service offers graduates lifelong help on employment and career development.
The International Student Support Team is adequately equipped to assist international students with employment, visas, financial, and personal issues. All overseas students are eligible for free in-sessional English classes that are suited to their course of study. There are also pre-sessional English classes offered. The University provides a complimentary airport pickup service from Heathrow before the start of the semester.
All first-year students at the University of Hertfordshire are provided on-campus housing. On both the College Lane and the de Havilland campuses, halls of residence, including flats, homes, and classic corridor halls, are available, and students can choose to live on any campus, independent of where they are studying.
Ridgeview Lodge, a short drive away, offers off-campus lodging through the University. There are several private rental properties available in the neighbourhood, as well as the option of lodging with a local family.
The University of Hertfordshire is nestled in picturesque countryside north of London, about 25 minutes by rail from the metropolis. The two Hatfield campuses of the University of Hertfordshire are only a ten-minute walk away, connected by a network of footpaths, cycle routes, and shuttle buses. Hatfield is a town in Hertfordshire with a population of over 30,000 people. It has a number of taverns as well as The Forum, a famous student hangout. The town centre is modest, but it has a monthly market and a farmers' market.
|Autumn term||27 September 2021||17 December 2021|
|Spring term||10 January 2022||8 April 2022|
|Summer term||25 April 2022||13 May 2022|
|Semester A||27 September 2021||21 January 2022|
|Semester B||24 January 2022||13 May 2022|
|Semester C||16 May 2022||9 September 2022|
|Christmas||25 December 2021||28 December 2021|
|New year||1 January 2022||3 January 2022|
|Easter||15 April 2022||18 April 2022|