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School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics

Welcome to the School where excellence in teaching meets excellence in research. Interact with leading scientists and mathematicians, use our state-of-the-art facilities and learn in a friendly and stimulating environment. 90% of our graduates are in work or further study six months after graduating (DLHE survey, 2017).

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School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics
University of Hertfordshire
Hatfield
Hertfordshire
AL10 9AB
UK

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About the School of Physics, Astronomy and Maths

About the School of Physics, Astronomy and Maths

See why you should come to the University of Hertfordshire to study. Find out what we can offer you....

Research in the School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics

Research in the School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics

Read about our world-leading research programme which feeds strongly into our teaching...

Staff expertise in Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics

Staff expertise in Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics

From nuclear astrophysics, numerical algorithms and laser spectroscopy to mathematical techniques – our staff hold extensive expertise in the areas of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics....

Student successes in the School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics

Student successes in the School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics

View the graduate profiles to find out some of the rewarding careers that our students have chosen....

Outreach and public engagement

Outreach and public engagement

Find out about science and mathematics outreach for the general public and local schools....

Our latest news

Our latest news

Read latest news from the School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics - from new planets to successful alumni...

  • Mars - Man or Machine?

    Mars - Man or Machine?

    Hosted by the University, the Engineering Maths Science and Technology Association (EMSTA) annual prestige seminar will pose the question: Mars – Man or Machine?...

    8th Nov 2017 – 18:45

  • Smart Technologies - creating value for business

    Smart Technologies - creating value for business

    This event is offered as part of the Economic and Social Research Council's Festival of Social Science offering insights into some of the country's leading social science research and how...

    8th Nov 2017 –


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