Application guide

Campus based

Undergraduate courses

Find your perfect course

Explore our courses, where you’ll find a wide-range of options from business and law, to sport and psychology, animation, engineering and nursing. You can also chat to our current students and staff members who’ll be happy to help you with any of your questions about your chosen course, or if you want to find out more about what life at Herts is like.

How to apply for an undergraduate course

For undergraduate courses starting in 2022, you should submit your university application by the 26 January UCAS equal consideration deadline. The equal consideration deadline means universities must consider all applications received by this time equally, and so do not have to consider applications received after the deadline.

Don’t forget to use a personal email address rather than a school or college one when applying, as this may become inactive at a certain point and you’ll miss out on vital information from us.

Course type Where to apply
Full-timeApply via UCAS 
Part-timeApply directly to the University
Shortened Midwifery
BSc or BSc (Hons)
Apply directly to the University
Nursing (Work Based) BSc (Hons)Apply directly to the University
PGCE teacher training - primary and
secondary courses
Apply via the UCAS Teacher Training website (formally Graduate Teacher Training Registry)

Postgraduate courses

How to apply for a postgraduate course

Course type Where to apply
Full-time

Use the 'Apply online' link on the web page for your course of interest or see contact details.

Part-time
Doctorate in Clinical PsychologyApply via the National Clearing House for Postgraduate Courses in Clinical Psychology

Extended degrees and Foundation degrees

How to apply for an Extended degree or a Foundation degree course

Course type Where to apply
Full-timeApply via UCAS 
Part-timeApply directly to the University (Foundation degrees only)

Research degrees

How to apply for a research degree

Area of research BEFORE you apply Where to apply
Food
Global Economy
Health and Wellbeing
Heritage, Cultures and Communities
Information and Security
Space
Find out more about our research Apply directly to the University

Continuing professional development (CPD)

How to apply for a CPD course

Course type How and where to apply
Healthcare and medical CPDApply via the CPD Health website

Online distance learning

How to apply for an online distance learning course

Subject area How and where to apply
Business
Computer Science
Creative Arts
Engineering
Health
Humanities
Life and Medical Sciences
Apply directly
Life and Medical Sciences CPD See Continuing Professional Development above

If asked to apply directly to the University

The application form

Download our application form or, for some courses, apply online directly from the course web page.

  • Download the direct application form (PDF - 0.25 Mb)
    Please note: You must download the application form to your computer before you complete it. If you complete the form in the browser window, the information you have entered may be lost when the form is saved.

Where to send a direct application

When you have completed your pdf application form, please send it to:

Direct applications for Send your application form to
Foundation degrees

Part-time foundation degrees or full-time Early Years foundation degree: admppc@herts.ac.uk

University of Hertfordshire
Ask Hutton
Hatfield
Hertfordshire
AL10 9AB
UK

Other full-time foundation degrees: apply via UCAS.

Undergraduate courses

admppc@herts.ac.uk

University of Hertfordshire
Ask Hutton
Hatfield
Hertfordshire
AL10 9AB
UK

Postgraduate courses
Research degreesdoctoralcollegeadmissions@herts.ac.uk
CPD - Life and Medical Sciences modulesApply via the CPD Health website
Degree Apprenticeshipsdegree-apprenticeships@herts.ac.uk