Sheffield Hallam University teaches more than 600 undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. These cover a large range of disciplines.
The university is one of the UK's largest providers of health and social care and teacher training courses. It’s also home to one of the UK's oldest established art and design institutions, Sheffield Institute of Arts.
The university prides itself on its rigorous and valued applied learning approach, which carefully blends classroom theory and real-world practice.
Whatever students choose to study at Sheffield Hallam, they will graduate with the confidence and skills to tackle real-world problems, having had the chance to complete industry-relevant work experience in every year of their chosen programme of study.
All degree courses include guaranteed work experience. Students have the option to take up work placements, work on real briefs from companies, or spend time abroad as part of their course.
Learners get 'real-life experience' away from lectures and seminars, and the opportunity to put their developing skills and knowledge into practice. The university has over 1,000 industry connections with global brands such as IBM, Adidas and Sony, and major national organisations like the NHS.
Many courses are professionally accredited meaning that they are recognised by an industry relevant professional body, for example the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA).
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