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Funding We believe a lack of money shouldn't be a barrier to educational success and future prosperity. That is why, alongside government grants and loans, the University of Hertfordshire offers generous bursaries to those who need them most and scholarships to high achievers. For more information visit go.herts.ac.uk/fees


Support


It is good to know the University of Hertfordshire is here to give you the support you need, when you need it. We have a Health Centre with trained nurses and regular


doctors' surgeries, day nurseries if you have young children, a full-time chaplain who represents all the Christian denominations and leads a multi-faith team and Disabled Students Co-ordinators in each School of study, to ensure you are able to tap into a whole range of disability services. For more information visit go.herts.ac.uk/support


Take a look We invite you to visit one of our open days held regularly throughout the year, to meet our staff and talk about the options available to you. For more information visit go.herts.ac.uk/opendays


How to apply or if you would like more information


For more detailed information about our programmes, course modules and all aspects of studying with the University go to www.herts.ac.uk or contact us at:


Admissions Team University of Hertfordshire Hatfield Hertfordshire UK AL10 9AB


T +44 (0)1707 284800 F +44 (0)1707 284870 E ask@herts.ac.uk For more information about CATS visit our programme website go.herts.ac.uk/cats


Entry requirements CATS is a flexible programme, allowing part-time or full-time study. The normal entry requirements depend on the intended award and the main areas of study. Students entering for undergraduate awards should normally have 'A' Levels or equivalent. However admission is also possible on the basis of relevant experience, education or training. Postgraduate CATS students would normally have an honours degree or equivalent in an appropriate subject. Admission is also possible on the basis of other relevant experience, education or training.


How to Apply For any full-time or part-time degree or postgraduate courses, please apply online at go.herts.ac.uk/apply


Changes to programmes of study The information given in this booklet is believed to be correct at the time of going to press, but the University reserves the right, at its discretion, at any time and for any reason to make changes to the services offered by the University and set out in this booklet without prior notice.


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