News and Updates

Giving you the latest information about student life and updates from Hertfordshire University and surrounding areas

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Herts Alumna Zahida Khatoon talks about nursing

Image: Obeda Khanam [Huriyah Quadri | Print Editor] Nurses play a vital part in our healthcare system. They provide essential services across hospitals, care homes and even schools. University of Hertfordshire’s Zahida Khatoon graduated from her Nursing course in 2015 and is now a nurse at Lister Hospital. Trident Media spoke to Khatoon to find out what nursing life is like behind the scenes and how her time at Herts has contributed towards her career. TM: When did you decide

Upcoming Career Events

[Krystyna King | Events Secretary] Effective Interviews Have an interview coming up? This workshop will help you know what to expect and how to prepare. Interviews are demanding, but use this opportunity to maximise your chances. Date: Thu 19 Mar 2015 Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Also on the 23rd and 24th March but in different rooms and times Venue: N212, de Havilland Shirley Parsons Associates- Graduate and Final year opportunities An exciting opportunity for final year student

Effective Interviews

Careers, Employment and Enterprise Want a part time job while studying? A Placement or Graduate Scheme? Well UH’s Careers, Employment and Enterprise service hosted the Effective Interviews Workshop to help. Here are some important tips that will ensure success by highlighting what to expect and how to prepare: Before your interview: Preparation is key Remember the quote, ‘Fail to prepare- Prepare to fail’ Evaluate your interests, skills and qualifications- Ask yourself what c

Does your sex life jeopardise your degree?

[Shelby Loasby | News Sub Editor] The stereotypical view of promiscuous students having multiple partners at university is starting to ring true. Recent studies and surveys have shown that those students who have more than one partner in their final year of uni are putting their degree at risk and could be threatening their academic results. According to a survey commissioned by ProPlus of 2,000 former students who left university in the last ten years, 36% of those who faile