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University of Hertfordshire
一踏進 University of Hertfordshire，他給你的第一感覺將會是「這間學校將會是我的第二個家」，在那裡，學生共同建築自己的夢想。 如果您對這間學校有興趣，歡迎來找我們的顧問聊聊！
The University of Hertfordshire is a public research university based largely in Hatfield in Hertfordshire. It was once of the 25 colleges of technology founded in the UK in 1959, later becoming Hatfield Polytechnic and finally receiving university status in 1992. It is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the University Alliance.
The international student body is on average over 2,000 strong at Hertfordshire. This means there is plenty of help and assistance for international students as well as a good chance of someone from your country already being at the university. The university offers a range of information on the website before students arrive as well as an airport collection service when arriving. There is also the International Student Support team available to help with diverse matters such as immigration and visas, financial guidance and help finding accommodation or work between classes. They run an orientation program from new students as well as English language support services. The Hertfordshire Students Union is the heart of social life at the university. It operates around fifty different clubs and societies ranging from climbing to curry to find something for all tastes. Among the student run media programs is Crush Radio, the first campus radio station in the UK. There are also various facilities operated by the union including their entertainment venue called Forum Hertfordshire, a state of the art venue with clubs, bars, shopping, places to eat and other equipment. They even operate special programs for International Students as well as cultural events and trips. Finally, they also organise annual events such as the Summer Ball to bring everyone together.
The university has two primary campuses: College Lane and de Havilland. It also owned a BioPark with 6000 square metres of laboratory and office space. The College Lane campus is the larger and is home to the Learning Resource Centre combining library and computer services. Other features include a group of residence halls and student housing, the student union building and the International College. The de Havilland campus is 15 minutes' walk from College Lane and is a former British Aerospace site. It has its own Learning Resource Centre as well as a sports village. The university's astronomy and atmospheric physics observatory is based on the Bayfordbury Campus, a 50 hectare site near Bayfordbury while some of the Health and Human Faculty schools are in the town centre in a building called Meridian House. On the College Lane, campus there are a number of new halls of resident offers new studios, en-suite, shared bathroom options, and even twin rooms. In addition, there is Telford Court, a set of eleven blocks of self-contained flats that can accommodate six people per flat. There is a similar series of accommodation on the de Havilland campus with eleven blocks single study bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms. Finally, students can choose to find off-campus accommodation and make use of the UNO bus service that runs around the area and is free for students.