University of Hertfordshire Top Ratings

University of Hertfordshire is ranked as a top modern university with three campuses in England: College Lane Campus, de Havilland Campus, and St Albans Campus.

The university has six faculties:
  • Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences
  • Faculty of Health and Human Sciences
  • Faculty for the Creative and Cultural Industries
  • Business School
  • Humanities, Law and Education
  • Inter-disciplinary Studies
Hertfordshire has received professional accreditations from The Royal Aeronautical Society, The British Computer Society, The Institution of Electrical Engineers, The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, The College of Radiographers, The Health Professions Council, The Nursing and Midwifery Council, Chartered Institute of Marketing, The British Psychological Society and more.

Rankings and Ratings:

- It is the only British new university listed in the top 501 universities in the world by Shanghai Jiao Tong University's Academic Ranking of World Universities 2009.

- rated 54th out of 113 universities in the Independent University Guide 2009, placed 2nd best of all the new universities in the country.

- named Top Modern University in the UK, rated 45th out of 113 universities in the 2010 Complete University Guide, moving up nine places from last year. The ranking is based on on nine measures: student satisfaction, research assessment, entry standards, degree results, completion rates, job prospects, the student/staff ratio, spending on facilities, and spending on academic services.

- Top Modern University for Research in England, according to the Times Higher Education Table of Excellence 2009.

- 97th out of 117 Leading UK universities in the Guardian University Guide 2010.

- 79th nationally in The Times Good University Guide 2009.

- 6th in Anatomy and Physiology (The Complete University Guide 2010).

- 34th in the Times Ranking of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport, Recreation and Tourism Programs 2009.

- 21st for Linguistics Program, 44th for History Degree Courses, 49th for Drama, Dance and Cinematics (Times 2009).

- 30th in General Engineering Program, 47th in English Language, 49th in Mechanical Engineering, 58th in Economics (Times 2008).

- 58th in the RAE (Research Assessment Exercise) 2008 ratings.

- 8th among the Top 20 Green Universities.

-11th in Teaching Quality (Times 2005).

- 58th in the Financial Times Ranking of British Universities 2003.

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