University of the Year for Teaching Quality
We’re The Times and The Sunday Times University of the Year for Teaching Quality 2020.
The award recognises our consistently high student satisfaction scores, as measured by the independent National Student Survey (NSS).
In 2019 we achieved an overall score of 86% – our highest ever. Nearly 50 of our courses achieved an overall satisfaction score of more than 90%, and 10 courses scored 100%.
'Sheffield Hallam University is enjoying something of a renaissance. Students have repeatedly given it good ratings for the quality of its teaching, but this year their assessments have propelled the university to a new high. Achieving sustained success in this area is hard, all the more so for a large institution with 30,000 students. No university of a similar size delivers so well on teaching quality in our latest rankings.'
Alastair McCall, editor, The Sunday Times Good University Guide
We’re silver rated as part of the government’s Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), meaning that we consistently exceed national quality requirements.
The TEF panel praised our ‘excellent levels of satisfaction with teaching and academic support’, and noted that ‘most students achieve excellent outcomes’.
Don’t just learn it – do it
Our undergraduate courses have work experience opportunities embedded in each year, thanks to links with over 1,000 organisations – including the BBC, Sony, Adidas, Disney, the NHS, Airbus, Rolls-Royce and Sheffield United FC.
We deliver 24,000 placements and real-world projects every year, and 94% of our students are in work or further study six months after graduating.