University of Hertfordshire
- Published: Wednesday, 30 October 2013 12:21
- Written by Joseph
The University of Hertfordshire is the UK's leading business-facing University and an exemplar in the sector.
It is innovative and enterprising, challenging individuals and organisations to excel. With more than 2,700 staff and 25,000 students, the University is Hertfordshire’s leading intellectual powerhouse and one of the largest employers in the region; every year the University of Hertfordshire makes a contribution of more than £1bn to the UK economy.
With more than 60 years’ experience of working and supporting businesses, the University is committed to adding value to employers, enterprise, regional and national economies. Through consultancy, market research and people development programmes the University delivers tailored support for business growth and offers solutions to businesses of all sizes and sectors.
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