Why choose Sheffield Hallam University?
Sheffield Hallam is one of the UK's largest universities with around 35,500 students and 4,360 staff. Around 27,000 are undergraduate students, and 8,500 are postgraduate (taught and research). Sheffield Hallam has the fourth-highest number of graduate taught students in the UK. 4,250 are international students from 119 countries (26 of those are EU countries).
Thousands of graduates still live in Sheffield, and around half of the graduates, each year enter employment or further study in Yorkshire and the Humber.
They pride themselves on making a difference - to students, staff and to the businesses they work with. Their research and business ideas, alongside their, sought after graduates, contribute to the economic and social development of both the region and to the UK as a whole.
They run approximately 580 different courses (including 291 full-time undergraduates; 285 full and part-time postgraduate and part-time undergraduate; specialist flexible learning courses including part-time distance and work-based learning). Many of the courses have flexible learning to fit around other commitments.
The University is England's largest provider of courses involving work placements.
Facts about Sheffield Hallam University
Location - Sheffield
The University's two learning centres, located on both campuses, combine traditional academic library resources, electronic information resources, IT facilities and integrated learner support.
They are open seven days a week, 24 hours a day during semesters.
There are 4,500 PCs available for student use plus a loan laptop scheme.
Support services include counselling, a nursery, disabled student support, educational advisers, multi-faith chaplaincy, drop-in study-practice service and a financial support team.
Business start-up services support budding entrepreneurs who are current students or recent graduates. Career advice is also available.
Based in England's fourth-largest city. Major road and rail networks link Sheffield directly with the rest of the country, and the city itself is served by excellent bus and tram services.
The City Campus is directly adjacent to Sheffield's central Passenger Transport Interchange at Pond Street and is a two-minute walk from Sheffield's main railway station.
There is a taxi rank outside the railway station and the journey time to Collegiate Campus is around 10 minutes.
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Fees vary per course, for more information please visit each course page.
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