United Kingdom
University of Hertfordshire
The University of Hertfordshire, formerly Hatfield Technical College, is a public university established in 1952. The roots of this university lie mostly in aeronautical engineering. In 1961, the Ministry of Education designated it as a regional college. With an average annual tuition of GBP 13450, the University of Hertfordshire is now one of the cheapest universities in the UK. The Institution of Hertfordshire has a TEF gold designation, which is the highest level of teaching excellence awarded to a UK university.

Cost of attendance

For abroad students, the average yearly cost of attendance for Undergraduate Programs is 1,417,328 INR / Year, and the cost of attendance for Post Graduate Programs is around 1,470,018 INR / Year. The sum may differ depending on the course selected, the type of lodging, and the candidate's own spending habits.


Students in their first year are required to reside on campus. The residence halls offer single or double bedrooms with en-suite or shared bathrooms. There are also studio rooms and flats with kitchens and bathrooms. On-campus housing costs between 103.25 and 208.81 per week on average. The typical weekly rent for off-campus housing ranges between £90 and £140.

Acceptance rate

There are 17555 students registered at the university. Hertfordshire University has approximately 5,200 international students. The University of Hertfordshire has an acceptance rate of over 70%, making it one of the moderately selective universities.


The campus of the University of Hertfordshire is one of the top 20 safest in the country. The two campuses of the institution are easily accessible by public transit. The College Lane campus's Student Wellbeing Center serves students with emotional, mental health, disability, and health-related issues. Over 100 societies are available through the Hertfordshire Students' Union, ranging from salsa dancing to LGBT, culinary to K-pop. The university's mock law court has been rated one of the top 10 most beautiful law school buildings in the world. Both campuses provide a variety of social places, ranging from cosy coffee shops to The Forum Hertfordshire, our own venue. The college has a rich sporting history, thanks to professional-level facilities at Hertfordshire Sports Village, tight industry relationships, and effective instruction.


Officially recognized/chartered by the Privy Council, University of Hertfordshire (UH) is a large coeducational UK higher education institution.

Jobs and Placement

The University of Hertfordshire is committed to your future, and we believe that work experience is gold in the workplace. We have extensive international and local relationships. The University has a good employment rate. 96.5 percent of Hertfordshire graduates were employed or enrolled in further education within six months of graduation. 78% of these graduates are in professional or managerial roles. In the United Kingdom, employees at the University of Hertfordshire earn an average of £29652 per year. Companies recruiting at the university include BlackBerry Mobiles, Pfizer, Amazon, Marriott Hotels, Experion, Vodafone, Marks and Spencer, Tesco, and JCB.

QS Ranking

#801 World University Ranking 2022 by QS World University Rankings in 2022

The Ranking

#601 World University Ranking 2022 by THE in 2022

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