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More than 500 Sheffield Hallam University students will have the opportunity to work, study or volunteer internationally as part a government-funded scheme to encourage students from all backgrounds to choose to study abroad.
James Corazzo and Chris Riley from Sheffield Hallam University have been recognised with a national award celebrating outstanding achievements in learning and teaching.
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.
GB Boxing’s Lewis Richardson is amongst a host of Sheffield Hallam University students and alumni set to compete at the Commonwealth Games, which open in Birmingham this week (Thursday 28 July).
Sheffield Hallam's Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR) and the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority co-hosted a panel to discuss levelling up in South Yorkshire
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.
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.
Geri Halliwell-Horner is to receive an honorary doctorate award from Sheffield Hallam University this year, in recognition of her work promoting and championing children, young people and women’s rights over the last 25 years
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
A professor of informatics and security research has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
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