The University of Hertfordshire Schools

Hertfordshire Business School

The Hertfordshire Business School prides itself on its high-quality teaching and state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities. The School is rated as ‘Excellent’ by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) for the teaching of business and management, economics, and tourism. Strong partnerships with business schools in Australia, Europe, the Far East and North America add an international dimension to the School’s teaching, along with the opportunity for exchange programmes.

School of Computer Science

The University’s School of Computer Science is one of the largest of its kind in the UK, and one of the most established. It has educated thousands of students since the 1960s, laying the foundations for them to go on learning new skills throughout their careers. The School offers a wide range of courses, which blend academic excellence with vocational relevance. As a student of computer science, you will have access to a wide range of computing laboratories with modern software and hardware enabling you to do work in networking, multimedia and robotics.

The School of Creative Arts

The School of Creative Arts is home to a wide range of research in art and design, art history and design history, film and media practice and theory and in music. The Digital Hack Lab conducts research into new technologies such as 3D printing and haptics and we host a world-leading centre for research into practice. We provide some of the best facilities in the UK for studying and producing your own creative work. Sharing of resources and expertise across the faculty is encouraged, giving you access to all spaces and equipment.

School of Engineering & Technology

The School of Engineering & Technology has an international reputation for attracting students and producing talented graduates who are incredibly employable. It has excellent facilities and career-relevant programmes. With tremendous links to industry, you stand at the forefront of the queue upon graduating.

The School of Humanities

The School of Humanities ensures that all its courses are relevant to the world of work through active links with regional employers across a range of industries and professions. Close links with prestigious bodies such as the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), the Heritage Lottery Foundation and the Mind Association attract valuable research funding. As a result, graduates have an excellent record of gaining employment in media, publishing, teaching and information management.

The School of Law, Criminology & Political Science

The School of Law, Criminology and Political Science is one of the largest and most innovative law schools in the country. Having recently moved to a new purpose-built centre at the de Havilland campus, The School hosts a range of specialist law facilities including a simulated courtroom, featuring a specialist law library, and hi-tech computing
suites with access to legal and commercial databases.

The School of Life & Medical Sciences

The School of Life and Medical Sciences focuses on the exciting and constantly changing subjects of Biosciences,
Geography, Sports Science and much more. Each student also has access to an interprofessional learning environment through a portfolio of taught degrees. We offer world-class teaching and learning facilities, used by Arsenal Ladies Football Club.

The School of Physics, Astronomy & Mathematics

The School of Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics (PAM) is an amazing opportunity to expand your knowledge. The School has some excellent facilities such as the Bayfordbury Observatory, which is often regarded as being the best
teaching observatory in the UK. It holds tight links with the Institute of Mathematics and the Institute of Physics, all
courses are accredited by the respective institutes giving students a great prospect upon graduation.