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14 June 2022

Sheffield Hallam University climbs national league table

Sheffield Hallam University has moved up in the Complete University Guide’s national league table of the UK’s best universities, achieving its highest position in the rankings since 2015

Press contact: Jo Beattie |  j.beattie@shu.ac.uk

Students gather in Hallam Square outside of the Owen building

Sheffield Hallam has moved up to 66th place in the Complete University Guide’s 2023 league table published today (Tuesday 14 June).

The University has four courses in the top ten - land and property management, health studies, materials technology and childhood and youth studies.

The improvement follows the publication of figures which revealed Sheffield Hallam as the top modern UK university for the number of graduates in highly skilled jobs within 15 months of graduating.

The annual Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Graduate Outcomes Survey shows that Sheffield Hallam had 1,930 graduates in highly skilled employment, such as managerial, professional or technical roles within 15 months of graduating.

 

This is more than any other post-1992 university in the country, and second amongst all UK universities.


Professor Sir Chris Husbands, Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University said: “
Our improvement in the Complete University Guide league table is positive and demonstrates the exceptional effort and dedication of colleagues across the University throughout the pandemic.

“The University remains focused on its mission to transform lives through our long-term strategy which has placed students, engagement with our community and global ambitions at the heart of our thinking.”

The Complete University Guide league table, which includes 130 institutions, is based on ten measures: entry standards, student satisfaction, research quality, research intensity, graduate prospects, outcomes, student-staff ratio, spending on academic services, spending on student facilities, and completion.

 

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