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Want to get a head start in a competitive global job market? Studying business at the University of Hertfordshire will give you the knowledge and practical experience needed.

Get ready to excel in your chosen career, whether that’s with a multinational organisation or start-up.

You will have access to a diverse programme of study across a range of key business areas including accounting, economics, finance, marketing, operations, human resources, strategic management, as well as tourism and event management. You will develop transferable skills relevant to the business world in which we live.

Benefit from strong industry links with leading businesses including Google, IBM, Microsoft, Aston Martin and Ford. These connections offer a wealth of opportunities to further develop your business acumen through work placements both in the UK and abroad. Coupled with enthusiastic teaching staff with vast industry experience, you will be on track to become a highly sought after graduate.

Many of our business courses lead to professional accreditations, including Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM), Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and EPAS.

Our business degrees are very popular with employers recruiting onto graduate schemes in business, marketing and HR. 91.7% of graduates are in employment or further study within 15 months of completing a business and management degree (Graduate Outcomes, 2019-20).

So, if you enjoy problem solving and thinking creatively and laterally; analysing situations, and implementing effective solutions when roadblocks arise, look no further than a business degree at the University of Hertfordshire.

Why choose Herts?

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Work experience

Work placement opportunities with leading organisations

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World-leading research

Ranked in the top 25% of UK universities for business and management research impact (Research Excellence Framework, 2021)

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8th in the UK

for economics (Guardian League Table, 2023)