Sheffield Hallam University
As of 2015/16, Sheffield Hallam is the 7th largest university in the UK, with 31,484 students (24,706 undergraduates and 6,778 postgraduates), 4,407 members of staff (including 2,071 academic staff), and a turnover of £266.5 million. Sheffield Hallam is one of the UK’s largest providers of health and social care courses, teacher training, and sport and physical activity courses.
Sheffield Hallam is made up of two campuses within easy walking distance of one another, which linked by a range of privately-owned student accommodation. The University’s physical environment includes Grade II listed buildings as well as brand new facilities. The University has a range of research centres and institutes and specialised research groups. In 2015/16 total research and innovation income was £15,778,000 – this includes Research (£7.563 million), Knowledge Transfer (£3.719 million) and HEFCE Research grant (£4.497 million).
The University has been awarded its first two European Horizon 2020 applications. The Centre of Excellence in Terrorism, Resilience, Intelligence and Organised Crime Research has secured over £500,000 in the area of security research.
MissionWe shape our students’ futures, preparing them for whatever they choose to do, and create knowledge that provides practical solutions to real world challenges.
VisionWe will be the world’s leading applied university, achieving outstanding outcomes for our students and our city, and showing the world what a university genuinely focused on transforming lives can achieve.
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