Advantages Good place to study, neat and new
Disadvantages hatfield town centre, grrrrr
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The University of Hertfordshire has developed a wide range of full-time, part-time or post experience studies in collaboration with industrial, commercial and public sector employers, the graduate school provides a focus for postgraduate study reflecting the Universities commitment to this expanding area of its work.The University is made up of a number of different campuses each with its own character and facilities,
At Hatfield the campus is the base for the Faculty of Arts and design, Engineering and Informational Sciences, Health and Human Sciences, Interdisciplinary Studies and of Natural Sciences.
Also housed at the Hatfield campus is the Business school's department of Social Sciences.
UH also offers employment service which can be found on campus, and online. Furthermore UH offer advice centres, 'universe' the free student union newspaper, 'CRUSH' radio station.Take away Delivery is good as Hatfield town centre is over-populated with foods from around the globe. Make sure you take advantage of their willingness to deliver to the halls of residences. (Saves walking).
The Hertford campus is the base for the Business school (excepting the social science dept at Hatfield), the campus is set in 100 acres of parkland on the outskirts of Hertford in a magnificent Jacobean mansion house which dates from 1640 in the centre of the campus. There is a full range of support facilities ranging from catering, student services and medical centre, a clubhouse, drama studio, swimming pool and other indoor and outdoor sports facilities, there are onsite halls of accommodation and it has recently acquired blocks of flats in the town.The St Albans Campus houses the Faculty of law and is located in the centre of the Cathedral City of St Albans, widely accepted as the heart of the regional legal community and is close to the Crown and County Courts, the Crown prosecution service, barristers chambers and firms of solicitors. This makes it an ideal location in which to study law. The modern teaching accommodation houses a new learning resources centre with open access computing facilities and a specialist law library, the University library is one of the leading academic users of computer data bases and LEXIX, JUSTIS and Celax are all available for on line searching. In 1998 the Hertfordshire Magistrates Court Committee donated to the faculty the former courtroom number one of the Hatfield magistrates court, this is now used for student moots and advocacy training. Everything needed for studying law is here negating the need to travel to other Campuses for further study.
The Watford campus is the setting for the Faculty of humanities, Languages and Education. The 18th Century mansion at its centre is now used for academic and administrative purposes, surrounded by large landscaped gardens originally designed by Humphrey Repton, the famous landscape designer. Other buildings on the campus have specialist teaching facilities for drama, art, music, computing, science, modern languages and teacher education. The facilities on campus include a learning resource centre with library and computing facilities, a refectory and bar, Students Union, medical centre, bookshop and day nursery, as well as sports facilities. Watford town centre has live theatre, cinemas, shopping and sports facilities and is only two miles from the campus.
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