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14 September 2022

Hallam in top ten for postgraduate student experience

Sheffield Hallam is in the top ten of universities globally for postgraduate student experience, according to new data.


29 July 2022

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.


12 July 2022

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.


21 June 2022

Sheffield Hallam University pledges over £500k to support refugees

Sheffield Hallam University is continuing its commitment as a University of Sanctuary to supporting refugees by promising £500,000 for scholarships and bursaries over the next three years.


18 May 2022

Sheffield Hallam welcomes Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire

Sheffield Hallam University has welcomed the Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire, Dame Hilary Chapman, to its unique Early Years Community Research Centre as part of an official visit


16 May 2022

Shadow Universities Minister praises Sheffield Hallam’s approach to arts

The Shadow Minister for Higher Education, Matt Western MP, has praised Sheffield Hallam University’s approach to teaching the arts in a special visit to celebrate this year’s degree show.


29 April 2022

Hallam students support squash programme for local young people

Sheffield-based Steel City Squash combines professfional squash coaching with educational support and creative learning activities.


31 March 2022

Sheffield Hallam University pledges to secure successful student futures

Sheffield Hallam has pledged to develop a Student Futures Manifesto – promising joint action between the University and its students to tackle the problems caused by the pandemic.


30 March 2022

Supporting science teachers to engage with or carry out research can improve their teaching practice

New research has found that training and development programmes that support primary teachers and secondary science teachers to engage with and use research can improve their teaching.


29 March 2022

Educational resources to support conversations with children about war and conflict

Our early years education experts have joined forces with an organisation that supports mental health and wellbeing in schools to create specialist resources to help parents and children deal with anxiety caused by the war in Ukraine


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