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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.
Seventeen students will represent Sheffield Hallam University at the European Universities Games, which get underway this weekend, thanks to funding from Hallam’s Cantor fund.
Sixty-nine Sheffield Hallam University students will be supported during their studies following a donation of £111,000 for scholarships and bursaries from The Barratt Foundation.
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