About the University
The University of Hertfordshire is a public university located in the south of England.
Situated within easy reach of London, students enjoy a vibrant life both in and out of classes. The university is acclaimed in a number of subjects, ranking in the Top 20 in the World for Animation, and the university's School of Pharmacy has full Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain accreditation.
The university ranks 88th in the UK in the 2021 Times and Sunday Times University Rankings, and has been awarded TEF Gold.
What is the acceptance rate for University of Hertfordshire?
The University of Hertfordshire acceptance rate is 70%.
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Guardian Academic Rankings
The university offers accommodation on-campus for its students. There is an option of a standard or twin room with either shared or en-suite bathroom, depending on the campus.
College Lane campus is home to lecture theatres, a gym, sports pitches and a library, all within easy reach of accommodation. There are also study centres and social spaces, access to Careers and Employment services and cafes, bars and shops.
The university holds over 450 artworks in its collection, including works by Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson.
On campus, the Forum is the main source of nightlife and is home to three entertainment spaces, a restaurant, a cafe and multiple bars.
The Students' Union manage a range of clubs and societies, including Trident Media Radio which is run by students. The university also has a strong reputation for sport, especially rowing.
The nearby towns of Hertford and Stevenage are home to vibrant music scenes, independent bars and cafes, as well as a variety of shops and attractions.
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