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Hertfordshire in top 200 of the world's international universities

Hertfordshire in top 200 of the world's international universities

The University of Hertfordshire has been named in the top 20% of the world’s most international universities in Times Higher Education’s newest ranking.

15 January 2016
Employers rate Hertfordshire among the best in the UK

Employers rate Hertfordshire among the best in the UK

The University of Hertfordshire has appeared in the top 50 of Times Higher Education’s ‘best UK universities chosen by major employers’ rankings.

16 November 2015

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    Heartwood forest to host photography exhibition

    Heartwood forest to host photography exhibition

    University of Hertfordshire students will be exhibiting their nature photography in Heartwood Forest near Sandridge as part of a partnership with the Woodland Trust.

    25 April 2016

  • Gifted artists putting their ‘Herts’ and souls into music

    Gifted artists putting their ‘Herts’ and souls into music

    Talented young musicians will be taking part in the Sonic Herts Festival from 3rd to 13th May 2016. Sonic Herts is the University of Hertfordshire’s annual music festival where students, staff and guest artists demonstrate their musical prowess with daring compositions and infectious rhythms, spanning all styles and genres of music. This year the festival boasts an eclectic mélange of jazz, world music including Gamelan, electronica, rock, piano recitals and edgy hip-hop performances.

    22 April 2016

  • University of Hertfordshire course eligible for £12,000 BAFTA Scholarship

    University of Hertfordshire course eligible for £12,000 BAFTA Scholarship

    The University of Hertfordshire’s MSc Music Composition for Film and Media course has been chosen as only one of nine courses in this field that is eligible for a prestigious scholarship by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). Worth up to £12,000, successful contenders would not only benefit financially, but would also receive an industry mentor and free access to BAFTA events around the UK.

    21 April 2016

  • Dr Andrew Maunder publishes student guide on WWI play 'Journey's End'

    Dr Andrew Maunder publishes student guide on WWI play 'Journey's End'

    A new GSCE student guide on the classic World War I play Journey’s End (1929) has just been published by Dr Andrew Maunder in the School of Humanities.

    20 April 2016

  • Showcasing Life and Medical Sciences research at the University of Hertfordshire

    Showcasing Life and Medical Sciences research at the University of Hertfordshire

    The University of Hertfordshire held its 3rd Annual School of Life and Medical Sciences Research Conference earlier this month, showcasing the extensive range of research the University undertakes within this field. The conference, which was opened by Vice Chancellor Professor Quintin McKellar, was attended by external guests, visiting professors, staff and students.

    20 April 2016

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