The best way to find out about a university is to see it for yourself. Coming on an open day or event can be crucial in helping you decide where - and what - you want to study. So we do everything we can to make sure you get all the information you need.
There are lots of ways to visit. Which one you choose depends on what kind of course you're interested in and what you want to find out. Here are our upcoming events.
Our open days are a great opportunity for you to meet lecturers and students, see our campuses, accommodation and find out about our courses.
You can visit our mock hospital wards and meet the breathing, talking medical mannequins; take a tour of our sports facilities, including the English Institute of Sport, where Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-Hill trains; check out the student work in our brand new home for art and design, a stunning grade II listed building we’ve redeveloped; practice your debating skills in our on-campus courtroom. Plus much more.
Friday 10 June 2016, 9.30am-3.30pm
Saturday 11 June 2016, 9.30am-3.30pm
Studying with us can change your future. It can help you begin or progress your career, change paths and move into a new job, or explore a subject you’re passionate about in more depth.
Come along to discover more about postgraduate study.
You’ll have the chance to meet tutors and students from across the university, attend a range of talks and take a city campus tour.
Wednesday 2 March 2016, 4pm–7pm, City Campus
Course Open Days are focused on a particular course or subject area. They're mainly aimed at people who have been made an offer to study an undergraduate degree here in 2016, but if you just want to find out more about a course or get a feel for the University, you're welcome to join us.
We don't run these events for courses such as healthcare or teaching, where we hold selection events instead. If you want to study these courses and would like to visit, please attend one of our general undergraduate open days or a student led campus tour.
Come and see the stunning new home for our art and design students - known to generations of Sheffielders as the Head Post Office.
You can choose from the following dates to visit the large studio spaces, teaching areas and specialist workshops as well as an exciting exhibition and event space.
Wednesday 24 February 2016
Wednesday 16 March 2016
All applicants to Initial Teacher Training need to pass QTS skills tests in literacy and numeracy before starting a course. We will be offering free support sessions in numeracy and literacy starting from January 2016.Choose your event
Every Wednesday, we run student-led tours of the University. Sheffield Hallam students meet you at the main entrance and show you around, telling you about their experience here along the way. There are three different tours, covering
The campus tours include the learning centre, gym, students' union, catering outlets, student and learning services, lecture theatres and classrooms.
We realise that it isn't easy for our international students to attend our open days in person so we bring our open days to you. Our online open days are an opportunity to ask any questions about your course, living in Sheffield, visa support, the application process, entry requirements, accommodation, careers support and more.