University of Hertfordshire offering Post Graduate Courses with One year placements

13 February 2018

The UK’s leading business-facing University, Hertfordshire is offering some postgraduate courses with one year sandwich placements for September 2018 Intake that will allow the students to apply their theoretical knowledge to the real world.

The industrial placement will provide an excellent opportunity to the students to earn while study, build strong networking and incredible resume making them more employable.

Post Graduate Courses offered with One-year Placements

MSc Finance and Investment Banking
MSc International Tourism, Hospitality & Event Management
MSc International Business
MSc Computer Networking Principles and Practice
MSc Software Engineering
MSc Advanced Computer Science
MSc Cyber Security
MSc Artificial intelligence with Robotics
MSc Computer Science

An exemplar in the business sector, the University is innovative and enterprising and challenges individuals and organisations to excel. It has achieved 96.1% Graduate employment rate that is best outscoring the whole of Russell group including Oxford and Cambridge.

If you are interested in studying Postgraduate Courses with One year placements in Hertfordshire, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today.

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