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  • Helping young people to shape their own futures
    Posted on Thursday 16 December 2021

    Helping young people to shape their own futures

    Hundreds of Sheffield Hallam alumni volunteered their time in 2021 to support current students and young people through guest speaking, mentoring and advisory roles at the University. Hear from Daniel Rhodes about his experience of volunteering.

  • Travel broadens your career prospects – as well as the mind
    Posted on Wednesday 15 December 2021

    Travel broadens your career prospects – as well as the mind

    We caught up with recent graduate, Matt Dowley, about how his international placement helped him kick-start his career and how he’s now working with the University to create similar opportunities for the next generation of Hallam graduates.

  • How an artist who fled death threats found sanctuary at Sheffield Hallam
    Posted on Thursday 21 October 2021

    How an artist who fled death threats found sanctuary at Sheffield Hallam

    We're delighted to share the inspirational story of alumnus Manish Harijan who found sanctuary in Sheffield. Manish graduated from Sheffield Hallam in 2019 after leaving Nepal when his exhibition was targeted by religious extremists.

  • Join the Students' Union Board of Trustees
    Posted on Thursday 21 October 2021

    Join the Students' Union Board of Trustees

    The Sheffield Hallam Students' Union has a big ambition to build their position as one of the leading Students' Unions in the country, and are looking to recruit new trustees to help them meet future challenges.

  • Masters Degree Apprenticeships
    Posted on Monday 28 June 2021

    Masters Degree Apprenticeships

    Would you like to develop your leadership skills and earning potential, without taking a break in your career? If your job is based in England, you may be eligible to study a Masters Degree Apprenticeship with Sheffield Hallam and pay no fees.

  • Bears hit Sheffield streets this summer
    Posted on Friday 25 June 2021

    Bears hit Sheffield streets this summer

    The Bears are taking to the streets of Sheffield this summer to create a sculpture trail across the city. Visitors will have the opportunity to see 60 big bear sculptures, designed by professional local and international artists, and meet 100 little bears decorated by local school children.

  • Alumni roles models help our students realise their potential
    Posted on Friday 25 June 2021

    Alumni roles models help our students realise their potential

    Alumni have a special connection to the University which goes beyond their time studying on campus. This connection, combined with the alumni’s breadth of experience enables them to help students understand how to bridge the transition between university education and professional employment. Find out how alumnus Terry has recently reconnected with the University and is now mentoring our current students.

  • I want to work hard and make the world a better place
    Posted on Thursday 24 June 2021

    I want to work hard and make the world a better place

    Alice Barker graduated in film and screenwriting from Sheffield Hallam in 2017 and is now an online brand ambassador for the Naankuse Foundation Through the Foundation, Alice met Anaki a 17-year-old girl from the San tribe who, like Alice, is living with cerebral palsy. Read more about how Alice is helping Anaki and her family.

  • Hallam’s woman of steel recognised for trailblazing career
    Posted on Wednesday 23 June 2021

    Hallam’s woman of steel recognised for trailblazing career

    To celebrate International Women in Engineering Day 2021, we're sharing the amazing story of Hallam alumna Sara Hornby. Throughout her fantastic career, Sara has made a habit of proving that nothing is out of reach.

  • Digital Assessment Centres
    Posted on Wednesday 28 April 2021

    Digital Assessment Centres

    Attend our upcoming Digital Assessment Centre delivered by SRS, a company of recruitment experts, to develop your skills and gain an insight into what an assessment centre is really like, allowing you to feel truly prepared for this stage in the recruitment process when applying for graduate roles.

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