•  Sadler, Megan

      The university is so close to London, which is this amazing gateway to the rest of the world. Everywhere else is so accessible, and often inexpensive, to travel to from that point because it is such a major city. The rest of the world is so easily accessible by train, bus, boat, or plane. Additionally, the University of Hertfordshire has a reputation for sustainability and being eco-conscious, which is something that is important to me.

      -Megan Sadler, BTM student

    University of Hertfordshire

    • As the leading business-facing university in the UK, the University of Hertfordshire is focused on developing new and creative approaches to learning, teaching and research with a commitment to adding value to employers, enterprise and regional, national and international economies.

      The premise of a business-facing university is that universities and business need to work on an integrated and collaborative basis if the United Kingdom is to retain global competitiveness in the 21st century

      About Hertfordshire

      Hertfordshire is a county in south-east England whose southern border is just 12 miles from the centre of London. From some towns in south Hertfordshire, central London is less than 20 minutes away by train. The county has a population of about 1,000,000 residents. Other counties that surround Hertfordshire are London (south), Buckinghamshire (west), Bedfordshire (north), Cambridgeshire (north-east) and Essex (east). Hertfordshire is well served by London Luton Airport and London Stansted Airport, both of which are situated a few miles outside the county, while London Heathrow Airport is less than 1 hour away.