Place Category: Modern Universities
Sheffield Hallam University is a large new university (becoming a university in 1992) based in the City of Sheffield. It is located across two campuses – one right in the centre of the city and the other a couple of miles away.
It focuses on subjects with a vocational or applied nature in particular social science, health and well-being. It also offers nursing and midwifery courses and courses in arts, engineering and science. It has a number of well-regarded research centres across a range of applied research areas in food technology, sustainability and sports science amongst others.
Sheffield Hallam offers Degree Apprenticeships sponsored by Nestle and Rolls Royce.
Rolls Royce Degree Apprenticeships lead to BEng (Hons) in Materials or Manufacturing.