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School of Life and Medical Sciences

Welcome to the School of Life and Medical Sciences at the University of Hertfordshire. We offer world-class teaching and learning facilities, develop technical competence and subject-focused professionals.

Subject areas in Life and Medical Sciences

Subject areas in Life and Medical Sciences

Choose from a wide range of courses in the area of Life and Medical Sciences. View our course subject areas to find the perfect course for you...

About us

About us

The School provides a full range of undergraduate, postgraduate, research degrees and short courses, covering the breadth of disciplines across all four of these exciting fields....

Business support and consultancy

Business support and consultancy

We offer a range of business support and consultancy services that can support your organisation. From carrying out water testing to creating postgraduate medicine courses we have the expertise to help you...

Life and Medical Sciences Facilities

Life and Medical Sciences Facilities

Each of the subject areas in our School has their own specialist facilities, from labs and simulation suites to field stations...

Health and Human Sciences Research Institute (HHSRI)

Health and Human Sciences Research Institute (HHSRI)

Research in all areas of Agriculture, Environment, Health, Nursing, Sport, Life Sciences, Pharmacy and Psychology...

Contact the School of Life and Medical Sciences

Contact the School of Life and Medical Sciences

Find out who to speak to with your query and get in touch so we can help you understand what our School has to offer you...

  • ADR Annual Lecture with Sir Alan Ward

    ADR Annual Lecture with Sir Alan Ward

    The School of Law is delighted to welcome Sir Alan Ward, Chair of the Civil Mediation Council, and retired Court of Appeal Judge to present...

    29th May 2015 – 17:30

  • Running Wild - Frances Kearney

    Running Wild - Frances Kearney

    Running Wild is a new series of intriguing work by acclaimed artist Frances Kearney....

    30th May 2015 – 10:00