About Sheffield Hallam University
Sheffield Hallam University's vision is to become the world's leading applied university, transforming lives and creating opportunities for people from all backgrounds.
With more than 33,500 students, it is one of the UK's largest universities and a leading provider of health education and teacher training. Sheffield Hallam also educates more students from underrepresented backgrounds than any other UK university.
The application of knowledge is at the heart of everything the University does, from students’ learning and experience to business partnerships and innovative research addressing real world challenges.
As a university proudly of its place, Sheffield Hallam is committed to Sheffield and South Yorkshire. In recognition of providing leadership to drive improvements in social mobility, health and the economy, the University recently received the Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community award at the Times Higher Education Awards (2022).
Sheffield Hallam’s award-winning approach has also seen it named University of the Year at both the Educate North Awards (2022) and the UK Social Mobility Awards (2021) as well as Outstanding Entrepreneurial University of the Year (2021).