What can I study?
The University offers a wide range of subjects including humanities, computing, business, engineering, the sciences and creative arts.
You can choose the subjects that fit your own particular needs and we can help you design your personal programme of study. However, please note that CATS cannot offer modules with professional practice or placement e.g. nursing and teacher training.
Depending on your subject you may also be able to undertake a work placement in the UK or Study Abroad at one of our international partner institutions.
Why Choose the University of Hertfordshire?
Student Life There is more to student life than just studying: it is also about meeting lifelong friends, discovering new interests and having plenty of fun. And the first stop for all of that is the University of Hertfordshire Students' Union. It is free to join and is run by students, for students. There is an eclectic mix of societies for those with like minds and shared beliefs with everything from jazz and philosophy to street dancing and religions. The Union is not just there for the fun times, its trained officers and staff can help advise you on many aspects of your student life, including accommodation, managing money, finding part-time work or just being there when you need them. For more information visit www.uhsu.co.uk
Boasting some of the best university sports and fitness facilities in the country, our £15m Sports Village is a great place to get fit, get competitive or just get out and do something different. Facilities include a 110-station gym, indoor pool, 12-court sports hall, climbing wall and lots more. For more information visit www.hertssportsvillage.co.uk
What qualification can I get?
There is a wide range of awards available through CATS. You can study for an award such as a Certificate or Diploma of Higher Education, an Honours degree or a Masters Degree.
About the Forum Hertfordshire Our £38m entertainment venue the Forum Hertfordshire is becoming one of the region's most exciting venues. It has a huge auditorium, three bars, a club, a restaurant and loads more. Hosting live gigs, comedy shows and club nights there is always something going on. For more information visit www.forumhertfordshire.co.uk
University accommodation is a popular choice for students in their first year of study, but don't forget, there are other options available too including private rented properties and lodgings.
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