University of Hertfordshire PhD student James Fortune is in his second year of a Hertfordshire Knowledge Exchange Partnership (HKEP), contributing significant research to the life sciences industry on behalf of specialist research and consultancy firm, ADAS.
As the UK population ages, and demand for health care continues to exceed supply, NHS managers need to be able to make the most out of scarce resources.
RGH Rubber, a manufacturer, convertor and distributer of foam and tape technologies, was able to strengthen its commercial capacity and internal processes by engaging in a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with the University of Hertfordshire.
Fluid Pharma, in partnership with the University of Hertfordshire and IP Group, are developing a novel controlled-release liquid drug formulation which will transform drug intake methods for the elderly and dysphagia patients.
Automotive design and engineering company, SWR Motorsport, enrolled their employee Jacob Asquith-Fox onto an Automotive Engineering Apprenticeship programme with the University of Hertfordshire as a way of investing in his development.
We have launched a three year Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Consort Medical – Bespak Drug Delivery Devices, a global market leader in the development and manufacturing of drug delivery devices.
Highly respected regional law firm Taylor Walton develops the University's first Solicitor degree apprenticeship programme.
University of Hertfordshire PhD student Abigail Martin has returned from the trip of a lifetime, after exhibiting her cutting-edge health technology research across the world.
It is great to see how much progress I have made over the years. My experience has a degree apprentice so far has been fun, crazy, hectic and life changing.
What has surprised me about the Degree Apprenticeship is the opportunity I have been given to feedback on everything and it makes me feel like I am adding value to the course.
I love the fact that as an apprentice I’ve already had so many fantastic opportunities to develop myself professionally, academically and socially.
The University's collaboration with local Hertfordshire business Advanced Collection Systems (ACS) results in the development of a custom built cutting-edge software system to aid debt collection.