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Sheffield Hallam University



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Why Study at  Sheffield Hallam University
Important facts
3,500 organisations : We work with over 3,500 organisations to find you the right placement, including the BBC, Sony, NHS and Rolls Royce.
96% student satisfaction for careers advice : Every course has a dedicated careers adviser. And we have the top-rated university careers advice service in the UK, with 96% student satisfaction (2015 Student Employability Index).
£100 million invested in facilities : We’re constantly updating and adding to the facilities you’ll use, with over £100 million invested in new facilities in the last 5 years. This means 24-hour libraries, student-designed study areas, and the same equipment you’ll find in your future workplace, whether it’s an aeroplane manufacturer or a hospital.
60,000 students in one city : Sheffield has everything you need, from thriving independent scenes in music, art and culture to the beauty of the Peak District, which covers a third of the city. With over 60,000 students, whatever you’re into, you’ll find it – and you’ll make new friends who are into it too.
Number1 for cost of living : Sheffield has a low cost of living compared to other major UK cities. We were ranked 1st in the UK for cost of accommodation and 2nd in the UK for cost of living in a 2015 student survey (Autumn 2015 All Student Barometer survey, administered by i-graduate with 19 participating institutions).
Top 5 modern university for research : Be taught by people who are experts in their subject and passionate about sharing their knowledge and industry experience with you. You’ll be learning from some of the best – we are one of the top 5 modern universities in the UK for research (Research Excellence Framework 2014).
Guaranteed accommodation in your 1st year : If you’re moving away to go to university, it’s important for your new place to feel like home. That’s why we guarantee to help you find accommodation for your first year.



All of our courses require different levels of qualifications for entry and the details provided below are for general guidance only.

English language

All applicants are required to gain a recognised English language qualification before entering any of our courses. For pre-sessional English programmes and courses below degree level, this must be one from a list of UK government recognised tests, most commonly IELTS. For degree level programmes (bachelors, masters and PhD), we consider a wide range of international qualifications. 

International Foundation Programme

The following qualifications will be considered for entry on to our International Foundation Programme in Art, Design and Media or Business, Law and Social Sciences, and Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

  • IELTS certificate from an approved centre
  • Good high school graduation grades which include maths

Undergraduate programmes

The following qualifications will be considered for entry on to undergraduate programmes

  • two GCE/VCE A level passes
  • High School Leaving Certificate, which is recognised as equivalent to A level standard
  • other international qualifications gained after 13 years of secondary/further education

Sheffield Hallam welcomes applications from international school students taking the International Baccalaureate Diploma and those achieving 28 points or more will usually be successful in obtaining an offer of a place on our undergraduate programmes. For information about IB points equivalences against the UCAS tariff please visit the UCAS website.

Pre-masters programme (Graduate Certificate)

The following qualifications will be considered for entry on to our Graduate Certificate International Pre-Masters in Business and English

  • diplomas awarded after a minimum of two years study after completion of a secondary education
  • students holding a degree in a subject considered unsuitable for direct entry to a masters programme - 'conversion' students

Postgraduate taught programmes (masters)

The following qualifications will be considered for entry on to postgraduate taught programmes

  • a first degree or professional qualification recognised as being equivalent to degree standard
  • an HND or higher education diploma with substantial work experience in an appropriate field
  • successful completion of a recognised pre-Masters course
  • please consult our admissions for advice on equivalents

Postgraduate research programmes

The following qualifications will be considered for entry on to postgraduate research programmes (MPhil/PhD)

  • masters degree from a recognised university


The halls include a variety of room types from standard non en-suite rooms to large, fully self-contained flats. All our halls are furnished with standard bedroom furniture unless otherwise stated. This includes a bed, wardrobe, a desk or workstation and a chair. Some bedrooms have a wash basin or en-suite. You will need to supply your own bed linen (duvet, duvet cover, sheet, pillow and pillowcase), towels, crockery and cooking utensils unless otherwise stated.
You will also have access to a cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, vacuum cleaner and laundry facilities. The costs below are for the 2017/18 academic year and show the price range of each of our halls and reflect the different types of rooms*. All the bills are included in your rent. All allocated residences enforce a strict non-smoking policy, in line with the University's non-smoking policy. The hall column indicates how many beds are available at each property and is subject to change.
Price per year (dependent upon room type*)
Price per week (dependent upon room type*)
The Anvil (70 beds - all en suite)
£4,840 to £5,016
£110 to £114
Bramall Court (262 beds - 238 en suite)
£4,313.95 to £4,620.35
£98.03 to £105
Cavendish House (55 beds - 1 en suite)
£3,872 to £4,268
£88 to £97
Charlotte Court (371 beds - all en suite)
£4,635 to £4,896
£107.79 to £113.86
Devonshire Courtyard (319 beds - all en suite)
£4,752 to £6,820
£108 to £155
Domino and Headford Houses (28 beds)
Egerton House (37 beds)
£3,785.31 to £3,917.32
£86.03 to £89.03
Exchange Works (190 beds - all en suite)
The Forge (1106 beds - all en suite)
£5,104 to £5,236
£116 to £119
King's Chambers (71 beds - 39 en suite)
£4,100 to £4,600
£93.18 to £104.55
Leadmill Point (292 beds - all en suite)
£4,576 to £4,752
£104 to £108
Liberty Hall (previously Union State) (499 beds - all en suite)
£4,664 to £5,016
£106 to £114
Norfolk Gardens (30 beds)
£3,612 to £3,864
£86 to £92
Old Workshop (17 beds)
Pinnacles (430 beds - all en suite)
£4,796 to £4,928
£109 to £112
Regency House (previously Liberty House) (75 beds - 9 en suite)
£4,004 to £6,116
 £91 to £139
Summerfield Street (9 beds - 6 en suite)
£4,048 to £4,312
£92 to £98
The Trigon (361 beds - all en suite)
£4,488 to £4,620
£102 to £105
Truro Court (previously Liberty Court) (115 beds - 41 en suite)
 £4,180 to £9,416
 £95 to £214
Truro Works (previously Liberty Works) (122 beds - 4 en suite)
 £4,444 to £6,028
 £101 to £137
The majority of our residences require a damage deposit or early rent payment and you have to pay a £50 mandatory offer admin fee (inclusive of insurance)
Private sector accommodation
When to start looking
Signing up early? - Think again!  If you don't want to live in halls, there is a surplus of good quality student accommodation in Sheffield. Don't believe the myth that there is a shortage of student housing in Sheffield - it's not true! Students who don't start house hunting until the summer before they return to University still secure good properties.  Landlords usually start advertising student properties from December, ready for the following September. Make sure you visit a variety of properties to get a feel for the different types available. We recommend you wait until after the Christmas break before signing a tenancy agreement for your next academic year. 
Where to start looking
There are many ways to find student accommodation. You could make enquiries at local lettings agents or search online. University recommends that you use Studentpad to search for houses, flats and rooms. Accommodation Service manages and maintains Studentpad to list available properties in and around Sheffield. You can search Studentpad by
  • type of accommodation
  • contract type
  • living arrangements
  • number of bedrooms
  • location
  • price of rent
  • date property is available
Snug - Guaranteeing you somewhere safe to live
In partnership with Sheffield City Council, we have compiled an accredited directory of private student accommodation in Sheffield. The scheme is called Snug. 
Snug is a scheme of registering, inspecting and advertising student properties in Sheffield and is intended to make sure all our students have access to good-quality, safe accommodation in the private sector. All the private sector properties offered on university website which have been accredited by snug. That means you can be confident they've been inspected by Sheffield City Council and comply with strict rules.


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