How to apply for a course

Student Centre information deskThere are different ways to apply for a course at the University of Hertfordshire. How and where you apply will depend on the course you have chosen.

Please read the application instructions for your course type and degree level:

International (non EU) students should refer to the 'Applying to the University and your UK visa' section on this website.

Campus based

Undergraduate courses

How to apply for an undergraduate course
Course type Where to apply
Full-time Apply via UCAS or UCAS extra
Part-time Apply directly to the University
Shortened Midwifery
BSc or BSc (Hons)
Apply directly to the University
PGCE teacher training - primary and
secondary courses
Apply via the UCAS Teacher Training website (formally Graduate Teacher Training Registry)

You can apply for a place at the university through UCAS extra.  UCAS extra offers you the opportunity to apply for a course between 25 February and early July.  You will be eligible for UCAS extra if you have received decisions from the 5 universities or colleges on your initial application and have not been accepted, or if you have chosen to decline the offers that you have received.

For more information about how UCAS extra works and to find out if you are eligible, please visit the UCAS website.

Postgraduate courses

How to apply for a postgraduate course
Course type Where to apply
Full-time Apply directly to the University
Part-time
Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Apply via the National Clearing House for Postgraduate Courses in Clinical Psychology

Extended degrees and Foundation degrees

How to apply for an Extended degree or a Foundation degree course
Course type Where to apply
Full-timeApply via UCAS or UCAS extra
Part-timeApply directly to the University (Foundation degrees only)

Research degrees

How to apply for a research degree
Area of research BEFORE you apply Where to apply
Health and Human Sciences Contact the Health and Human Sciences Research Institute (HHSRI) Apply directly to the University
Science and Technology Contact the Science and Technology Research Institute (STRI)
Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities Contact the Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities Research Institute (SSAHRI)
National Centre for Project Management Contact the National Centre for Project Management (NCPM) Before you apply, contact the NCPM

Continuing professional development (CPD)

How to apply for a CPD course
Course type How and where to apply
Health CPD Apply via the CPD Health website
Life and Medical Sciences CPD

Modules:
Apply directly to the University

Short courses (accredited and non-accredited):
Download the LMS short course application form
Email your completed application form to lms-cpd@herts.ac.uk

Online distance learning

How to apply for an online distance learning course
Subject area How and where to apply
Business
Computer Science
Creative Arts
Engineering
Health
Humanities
Life and Medical Sciences
Apply via UH Online
Life and Medical Sciences CPD See Continuing Professional Development

If asked to apply directly to the University

A student is writing a course application.You can download our application form or, for some courses, apply online directly from the web page of the course you have chosen to study.

Where to send a direct application

When you have completed your pdf application form, please send it to:

Direct applications for Send your application form to
Foundation degreesapplicationsdirect@herts.ac.uk

University of Hertfordshire

Student Centre
Hatfield
Hertfordshire
AL10 9AB
UK
Undergraduate courses
Postgraduate courses
Research degrees - for degrees based in the:

Health and Human Sciences Research Institute:
research-degrees@herts.ac.uk

Science and Technology Research Institute:
l.nicholls@herts.ac.uk

Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities Research Institute:
research-degrees@herts.ac.uk

National Centre for Project Management
ncpm@herts.ac.uk

CPD - Life and Medical Sciences modules lms-cpd@herts.ac.uk
Online distance learning courses
(Not UH Online courses)

applicationsdirect@herts.ac.uk

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