Whether you’re studying, socialising, playing sport, enjoying the arts or planning your career, the University of Hertfordshire’s facilities are simply world-class.
See what we have to offer
From state-of-the-art Learning Resources Centres, to specialist facilities including an astronomical teaching observatory, to our £15 million Sports Village, the University of Hertfordshire is an outstanding place to study, live and work.
Our two main sites are in Hatfield, including the £120 million de Havilland campus.
State-of-the-art study facilities
Check out our state-of-the art, 24hour Learning Resources Centres - some of the largest and best equipped in the UK - and find out how StudyNet, our innovative e-education system, can help you succeed.
There's a vibrant, buzzing social life at Hertfordshire, both on campus and off, with a wide range of local clubs, bars, restaurants and more. Student entertainment on campus is also massive, with our multi-million pound entertainment venue, Forum Hertfordshire.
Our vibrant £15m Sports Village offers some of the best university sports facilities in the UK, used by major sports teams such as Arsenal ladies. Or if keeping fit and healthy is more your thing, there are fitness facilities to rival any private gym, all at a fraction of the cost.
Arts and entertainment
Enjoy the dynamic cultural scene at our range of arts and entertainment venues. Our 460 seat Weston Auditorium plays host to the best plays, concerts and comedy the UK has to offer and our galleries offer a world class programme of visual arts exhibitions including our annual student degree shows.
Our comprehensive Careers and Placements Service is on hand to help you on your way to future success in whatever career you choose. Our links with business are second to none - giving you access to some of the best work placement and job opportunities around.
Take time out to ponder the big questions in our multi-faith, multi-cultural space - the Key Centre. We believe everyone deserves to take time out from their studies to relax and reflect, whatever their beliefs. The Key Centre is open to everyone - a space to think.