Sheffield Hallam University
Sheffield Hallam University, established in 1843, is one of the UK’s largest and most progressive universities. It is a multicultural institution with a vibrant and diverse student population. The university’s academic departments include Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Sciences, Faculty of Development and Society, Faculty of Health and Wellbeing and Sheffield Business School. Sheffield Hallam University is the first University in the UK to partner with Microsoft ltd and achieve Microsoft Qualifications Partner status. Its staffs have a depth of expertise, knowledge and experience to encourage, guide and support students. The university works with over 3,500 organisations to find the right placement for its students, including the BBC, Sony, NHS and Rolls Royce. Sheffield Hallam University’s STEM Centre is a regional hub of excellence for science, technology, engineering and maths. The university’s facilities include 24-hour libraries, student-designed study areas, Multifaith Chaplaincy, nursery, and well-equipped meeting rooms and spaces. It offers a range of support services to international students, such as study and welfare support, advice and guidance on course, assessment and financial issues, accommodation and career counselling. Sheffield Hallam University has two campuses, the City Campus and Collegiate Campus.
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