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Sheffield Hallam students will be able to take part in a range of international study or work opportunities after the university secured more than £660,000 through the government’s Turing Scheme.
Sheffield Hallam University’s Collegiate Nursery has been rated outstanding by Ofsted and praised for providing an inclusive and supportive environment where children thrive.
Global education opportunities will be created in Thailand and Southeast Asia through a new partnership between Sheffield Hallam University (UK), La Trobe University (Australia), Siam University (Thailand) and Nurture Higher Education.
More than 40 students from a black background have graduated from a programme set up to help tackle inequality in research and encourage diversity at doctoral-level study.
Taking part in adventure learning activities can lead to improvements in students’ behaviour with benefits continuing for more than a year after the activity, new research by Sheffield Hallam University has shown.
Sheffield Hallam University’s unique partnership-led community nursery, The Meadows, has been praised by Ofsted for providing a positive, caring environment for children to learn in following its first inspection.
Sheffield Hallam University has partnered with Nexus multi-academy trust to support young people with autism to gain work experience.
Sheffield Hallam University has welcomed funding from the Office for Students (OfS) to continue to develop and expand its degree apprenticeship programme.
Sheffield Hallam University has launched the UK’s first degree apprenticeship route to becoming a medical sonographer.
School leaders predict that recovery from the academic and wellbeing challenges of the pandemic will be a top priority for years to come, according to a new report
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