Class of 2021: This is not goodbye

So your degree with us will be coming to an end in a few months time. You might be thinking that it's the end of your time with Herts, but this is just the start of your graduate journey with us. You will always be a part of our Herts community and we will continue to support you whatever you decide to do next.

We’ve created this 6-step guide to help you understand how we can keep supporting you now and throughout your future.

1. The official end of your degree

Firstly, there are a few things you need to sort out before you fully complete your course. This includes the disposal of your ID card, knowing what to do with books you have on loan from the LRC, and finalising your student finances. You can read more about this on Ask Herts. Do check through the list and make sure you have everything sorted so we can issue you with your final degree certificate. Find out more about receiving your certificate on our website.

2. Hungry for more?

If you have an appetite for more study there are lots more courses that Herts has on offer. If you have just finished your undergraduate degree, how about studying for a Masters? As a Herts graduate you are entitled to a 20% postgraduate fee discount for many of our course,

And of course, if you have just finished your Masters, there is the option to study for a doctorate with our Doctoral College.

To find out more about these options, head over to our website. If you want to speak to someone about a specific course, get in contact with us by emailing ask@herts.ac.uk – we would love for you to spend more time studying with us!

3. Work, work, work, work, work

Ready for employment but aren’t too sure where to start? Our Careers and Employment team can help. Our professional careers advisors are here to support you with all sorts of things from writing your CV through to those all-important interview skills. Better still, you can benefit from our extensive careers support for up to three years after you graduate! Find out more about what they offer.

4. A budding entrepreneur?

Many of our Herts students develop the passion to start their own business during their studies. If this sounds like you, then we have lots of support on offer. From training to office space, we can help you get your business off the ground, setting you off on the right path for entrepreneurial success. Find out more about our support for start-ups and small businesses.

5. From Student to Alumni

Did you know that as soon as you receive your degree certificate you immediately move from being a Herts student to being an alumnus of the University? This means you become part of our 250,000-strong graduate community, made of individuals living all around the globe! There are many benefits of being a part of our alumni community including access to a range of events and networks, as well as exclusive discounts.

6. Keep in touch and let us know how it’s going

We would love to hear of your successes after you graduate, and about your memories of your time at Herts. No matter what you achieve, please keep in touch and let us know how you are getting on. Your stories can really help inspire the next generation of graduates so why not tell us your story.




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