Sheffield Hallam University
Address: City Campus, Howard Street, Sheffield, S1 1WB
Telephone: 0114 225 5555
Vice Chancellor: Professor Phillip Jones
Sheffield Hallam University traces its roots back to 1843 and is one of the UK’s most progressive and innovative universities.
- Flexible, business led approach, working with over 25 professional bodies, and with business and industry leaders – partners include Sony, BP, NHS, Network Rail, Cisco, SAP and Microsoft as well as the Department of Transport and the Department of Trade and Industry (now the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills).
- 70% of research judged to be of international quality or above in RAE 2008. Northern England’s second-largest part-time postgraduate education provider – invested £81 million in the last 10 years on teaching and learning facilities and plan £380 million more up to 2010.
- Runs over 200 specialist flexible courses including distance learning and work-based learning.
- 89% of graduates are in work or further study within six months of completing their course.
- Over 3,000 international students from more than 120 countries.
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