Sheffield Hallam University

Sheffield Hallam University is a large modern university in the north of England. The University is one of the largest in the UK, with around 31,000 students from across the globe studying more than 700 courses, supported by 4,500 staff.

The University adds an annual £424m to the local city region economy and supports almost 9,500 jobs.

It is one of the largest providers of teacher and healthcare education in the country - every year 600 Hallam-trained nurses and 700 Hallam-trained teachers start their careers after graduating from its courses.

Staff at the University work with thousands of national, international and regional businesses. Each year they provide around 19,000 placements for students in law firms, schools, hospitals, banks, hotels and more.

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