Research at the University of Hertfordshire is focussed across 6 research themes reflecting our interdisciplinary strengths in some of the key global challenge areas of the 21st century.
The themes are as follows: Food, Global Economy, Health and Wellbeing, Heritage Cultures and Communities, Information and Security and Space.
We have long been recognised internationally for original, high quality research, with applied research being a particular strength. Today our research community is committed to finding inspiring and sustainable solutions to fundamental social, economic and environmental problems.
Our research culture which is defined by a strong spirit of enquiry, innovation and enterprise, also feeds into teaching and learning to enrich our students’ experience.
Our research is regularly hitting the headlines, take a look at the latest stories here.
We have an extensive range of both taught and research postgraduate degrees at the University of Hertfordshire including full and part-time study options. You can even create your own degree by choosing modules to fit your career aspirations.
Our teaching is informed by research and by our strong industry links. Our courses will fully equip you with the skills and knowledge you need to succeed in your chosen sector.
We offer payment plans, scholarships and access to other funding opportunities to help make postgraduate study as affordable as possible. We also offer a 20% discount to our alumni completing their first Master’s qualification.
All our postgraduate courses are delivered by experienced and enthusiastic academic staff in an inspiring and supportive environment.