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Graduate employment rate rises to a record high for University of Hertfordshire students

Graduate employment rate rises to a record high for University of Hertfordshire students

95.2% of University of Hertfordshire students are in work or further study six months after graduating, according to the latest national Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey; well above the national average for graduate employment (93.2%).

2 July 2015

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    Women in management who wear provocative clothing are seen as less competent

    Women in management who wear provocative clothing are seen as less competent

    Females who wear provocative clothing at work are more likely to be seen as incompetent than those that dress more conservatively by other females, finds research from the University of Hertfordshire.

    21 April 2015

  • Robot football team gears up for the Championship season

    Robot football team gears up for the Championship season

    The Bold Hearts, the RoboCup humanoid robot team from the University of Hertfordshire, last year's runners up in the World Championships in Brazil and currently the top-ranked robot football team in the UK, will be competing at the German Open Robot Football Competition this month.

    21 April 2015

  • Warner Bros. offers scholarship to Film and TV student

    Warner Bros. offers scholarship to Film and TV student

    Warner Bros. has, for the second year running, offered a scholarship to a University of Hertfordshire student as part of Warner Bros. Creative Talent, the company’s commitment to invest in skills and training for the UK creative industries.

    20 April 2015

  • International business status for the University of Hertfordshire

    International business status for the University of Hertfordshire

    The University of Hertfordshire’s Business School has been awarded the prestigious Association of MBAs (AMBA) accreditation giving it international credibility and status.

    17 April 2015

  • Aphrodisiac for fish and frogs discovered

    Aphrodisiac for fish and frogs discovered

    A supplement simply added to water has been shown to boost reproduction in nematodes (roundworms), molluscs, fish and frogs – and researchers believe it could work for humans too.

    16 April 2015

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