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Important information

Vision and values

Our vision at the University of Hertfordshire is to be internationally renowned as the UK’s leading business-facing university.

Our values enable us to educate students from a wide range of backgrounds and from all over the world.

Learn more about our vision and values online.

Graduate attributes

The University of Hertfordshire's aspiration is that as a graduate, you will have developed the knowledge, skills and attributes to equip you for life in a complex and rapidly changing world.

Download our Graduate attributes.

Regulations and behaviour

It is expected that you will follow the University's rules whilst you are registered as a student. These include both academic conduct in respect of exams, assessment and administrative processes, but also your behaviour and conduct whether on campus or off.

The University's rules are set out in the University’s:

Exams and assessments

Whatever your programme of study, it will involve some form of assessment. For the majority of programmes assessment is conducted through a mixture of exams, coursework and assessed tutorials/tests.

Being prepared for assessment is vital to success. Effective learning and revision is important, but it's equally as important to be aware of what's expected of you during assessment and what options are available if the unforeseen occurs.

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