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Went for an open day and was shocked by how fantastic the facilities were. Great atmosphere around the campus. They have a plethora of eateries from snacks to find dining and even have a cinema inside!
Very friendly student ambassadors and helpful staff. Attended a children’s university event with my 7 year old - the building is very well maintained and looked after. Beautiful grounds and of historical interest. Parking bit better now the Q-park on Durham Road has opened though...More
If you appreciate architecture, it's worth a wander around here. You'll see everything from the older redbrick (part of a medical school) to outstanding modern structures which have spurred Sheffield on its redevelopment. You will maybe appreciate why this is a leading Russel Group Uni.
The impression given by this university is one of human energy, and by the buildings of stability power and excitement.
This is vital to the whole of Sheffield but to the Glossop Road area it dominates. Hence the retail shops are inevitably geared to student...More
Great engineering study building which is state of the art and amazingly well kitted out. Sheffield is a world-ranking university and I would advise a visit if your son/daughter is thinking of taking their degree there.
Sheffield University has an excellent student union offering help and facilities to all its students each year. Lots of private rented accommodation in area and good student facilities; courses and results
I came here as part of an open day for possible future students, really enjoyed myself and in fact could have done with more time. In addition a wide variety of food to enjoy. Came home thoroughly satisfied and definitely considering applying here as much...More
After visiting the Arts Tower, i took time to explore the rest of Sheffield University campus on the Western side of the city centre.
Lots of interesting buildings and things to see.
Being term time the place was packed with students!
Whilst visiting a friend in Sheffield who is studying at this university we were most fortunate to be granted visitors passes in order to view the facilities.
We were incredibly impressed at all that was on offer to the students to assist them in their...More