A model 21st-century university – international, business-facing and business-like in its approach.
Gained university status in 1992.
Post-war technical college established by De Havilland Aircraft company as an Engineering Centre of Excellence. The college later evolved into Hatfield College of Technology and Hatfield Polytechnic.
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Two sites – one in Hatfield and one in Bayfordbury (a rural field station and observatory outside Hertford).
Outstanding transport links to the rest of the UK, the university is well located with London only 25 minutes' away by train to London King's Cross tube and railway station.
Uno Bus, a University of Hertfordshire owned bus company, was set up by the university in 1992 to provide student transport to the expanding university from local areas as well as improving east–west travel across the county and opening up new links from north London.
International transport well served with London Luton and London Stansted airports just 20 miles from the university
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