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Students receive expert guidance during Clearing

Students receive expert guidance during Clearing

A team of trained staff and current students have been on hand at the University of Hertfordshire since A Level results day, Thursday 14th August, to offer advice and support for students receiving their results on what to do next.

20 August 2014
Summer Schools show pupils the way into university

Summer Schools show pupils the way into university

School students from across Hertfordshire and North London have been staying at the University of Hertfordshire throughout July to get a taste of what university can offer them.

13 August 2014

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    Employment rates rises for Hertfordshire graduates

    Employment rates rises for Hertfordshire graduates

    The University of Hertfordshire has received its highest graduate employment rate for ten years, climbing 45 places in the national Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey and is ranked in the top two universities in the East of England region behind Cambridge*.

    3 July 2014

  • Award Winning Lifeguards

    Award Winning Lifeguards

    Hertfordshire Sports Village win 'Lifeguard Team of the Year 2014' award.

    24 June 2014

  • University safest in East of England

    University safest in East of England

    Today it has been revealed that the University of Hertfordshire has the lowest crime rates on and around its campus, according to the authoritative and independent Complete University Guide.

    24 June 2014

  • 3D map shows dusty structure of the Milky Way

    3D map shows dusty structure of the Milky Way

    A team of international astronomers has created a detailed three-dimensional map of the dusty structure of the Milky Way – the star-studded bright disc of our own galaxy – as seen from Earth’s northern hemisphere. The map will be presented by Prof Janet Drew of the University of Hertfordshire at the National Astronomy Meeting (NAM) 2014 in Portsmouth on Monday 23 June.

    23 June 2014

  • UK astronomers debate involvement in the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST)

    UK astronomers debate involvement in the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST)

    Astronomers, including Janet Drew from the University of Hertfordshire, will discuss the case for UK involvement in the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope project (LSST) on Monday 23 June at the National Astronomy Meeting in Portsmouth. The LSST will be sited at Cerro Pachón in the Chilean Andes and will have a primary mirror 8.4 metres in diameter, making it one of the largest single telescopes in the world, as well as the world’s largest digital camera, comprising 3.2 billion pixels. It will achieve first light in 2020 and its main sky survey will begin in 2022.

    23 June 2014

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