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At Herts, the university offers a huge variety of postgraduate courses covering everything from animation to environmental management. It offers flexible study options to suit a student’s lifestyle, fantastic links to business and expert guidance every step of the way.
Why choose postgraduate study at Herts?
Employment prospects: 95.6% of postgraduates are in work or further study*
Industry connections: Links with over 1,700 businesses and industrial placements
Accredited courses: over 40 industry accredited courses and work placements
Excellent location: Hertfordshire has been voted the UK’s best place to live and is just 25 minutes from London
Fantastic facilities: Multi-million-pound facilities include a mock law court and flight simulation suites.
* 95.6% of full-time postgraduates are in work or further study within 15 months of finishing their degrees (of those available for work or study, latest Graduate Outcomes Survey 2017-18).
The University of Hertfordshire offers postgraduate students more than 200 taught, online and specialist courses, as well as over 50 research degrees across ten schools:
Hertfordshire Business School
Engineering and Technology
Health and Social Work
Life and Medical Sciences
Physics, Astronomy and Mathematics
The university recently came 7th in the postgraduate category at the Whatuni Student Choice Awards.
University of Hertfordshire students on Postgraduate Search say:
“Good, friendly and everyone is kind.”
“Overall enjoyable. It's revived my passion for my subject and made me want to study further.”
“University of Hertfordshire is the best university for local students as well as for international students.”
The University of Hertfordshire brings together a stimulating and animated research community that offer a fully supportive environment during a student’s academic journey. There are a wide variety of research degrees on offer to suit a student’s personal and professional aspirations. Students also benefit from a range of collaborative events between junior and senior researchers, as well as financial and wellbeing support.
The University of Hertfordshire is rated highly, coming in 21st in the Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) 2019 for overall student satisfaction in research degree programmes. The study results are based on 103 institutions with over 50,000 people surveyed. Its individual research degree programmes also came out on top:
Ranked No.1 for overall student experience in Business and Economics research degrees
Ranked No.1 for Education Research culture and Research skills