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

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One-Of-A-Kind UK #BlackLivesMatter Module Launched For MA Students At University of Hertfordshire

By Zoe Fripp The University of Hertfordshire has introduced a new module as part of their MA in Literature at Culture, inspired by the political activist movement #BlackLivesMatter. The one of its kind in the UK module, entitled ‘US Culture and #BlackLivesMatter’ means that students can now learn about the significance and contexts of the internationally recognised movement. Students will be able to examine and study contemporary cultural texts, which forms part of the moveme

Important services for International Students at the University of Hertfordshire

By Aishwarya Upadhyay There is a long list of support provided by the University of Hertfordshire, both for home students and its warmly welcomed international students. The university and the Student’s Union both provide support ranging from emotional support to academic support, as well as legal advice for all students. The university cares for students in every possible way, so this article is to make you aware of the services and support available to you. We’ll start this

Trident Tips: 5 Tips to Settle into UH as an International Student

By Mia Batrisyia Moving away is difficult. Even more so, if it’s to another country and you are on your own. You leave the comfort of your friends and family, home cooked food and a familiar language. I share these concerns as I’m an international student myself. I’ve always been spoilt and pampered by my parents so settling in wasn’t a simple task, but the experience living and learning in UH has taught me many life lessons that have helped me. So, here are five Trident Tips

The Perks of Being International

By Aimone Sharif- Head of Print The language is different, the fashion is different, the food is different, and nevertheless being an international in the UK and at University of Hertfordshire in particular is one of the best experiences ever. September 2014 was the first time I stepped foot in Hatfield; it was boiling (ironically) and full of lost students grateful for their parent’s presence and a mountain worth of suitcases by their side. I, on the other hand was queuing b

Hertfordshire in top 20 per cent of world’s most international universities

Image: Bryony Wharfe [Aaron Hurst | Contributing Writer] Hertfordshire has been named in the top 20 per cent of the world’s most international universities. Just two months after appearing in the top 50 UK universities for major employers by Times Higher Education, the same publication has ranked Hertfordshire 122 out of the top 200 in the world, and 48 in the UK. Universities were judged based on their “international outlook”. This is one of many aspects Times Higher Educati

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