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University secures up to £1.2m to evaluate Government active travel funding

Sheffield Hallam University has secured up to £1.2m funding to evaluate the success of the Government funding for active travel, aimed at encouraging more people to walk or cycle short journeys

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Hallam in top 10 UK universities for graduate success

Sheffield Hallam is in the top ten of all universities in the country for the overall number of graduates in highly skilled employment or further study, according to new data

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New campaign to help people outside Sheffield discover the city’s uniqueness

Sheffield’s uniqueness is being celebrated in a new campaign aimed to help people discover what makes the city such a distinct destination to live and study

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Mentoring scheme extended to support young people with special educational needs

Young people with special educational needs have benefited from one-to-one mentoring support as part of a pilot of a successful Sheffield Hallam University-led graduate mentoring scheme

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Here’s why it is so difficult for trafficking victims to disclose their experiences

The Conversation: Professor of Social Justice Patricia Hynes, explains why trafficking victims find it difficult to disclose their experiences, following a documentary where Sir Mo Farah revealed he was trafficked into the UK.

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Preparing for clearing

The Guardian: Head of admissions, Phil Bloor, has given his advice on how students can best prepare for clearing this year.

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A year of the civic university

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Richard Calvert, reflects on Sheffield Hallam's Civic University Agreement on the first anniversary of its launch.

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The civic blog: our story so far

In our first civic blog we take a look back at what we have been working towards over the last 12 months to support our region, across the themes of economy, education, health and community regeneration.

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How degree apprenticeships are already helping us to level up

Transforming the UK by ‘spreading opportunity and prosperity to all parts of it’ was the central commitment of the government’s long awaited white paper on levelling up.

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