It's not too late to join Herts this September!
Herts is a campus-based university that creates skilled graduates, ready for the modern workplace. We consult employers when designing courses and our facilities provide you with up-to-date real-world experience, mirroring the careers and industries you’ll work in after graduation.
Just 25 minutes north of London, you’ll find inspiring and engaging teaching, fantastic extra-curricular activities, and the tools to prepare you for the career of your dreams. Our focus is to provide a learning community where you’ll get to know fellow students, draw on the experiences and expertise of academic staff and be supported along the way.
If you haven’t already applied, you can still submit a new UCAS application now to beat the rush of Clearing. If you have submitted a UCAS application but aren’t holding any offers, you can apply via UCAS Extra.
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Undertake placements at companies such as KPMG, Tesla Motors (UK) and Microsoft to boost your graduate CV
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Herts research ranked in UK's top 25% for research impact (REF 2021)