The University of Sheffield
One of the most prestigious universities in the UK, The University of Sheffield was established in 1905 and has the honour of membership to the illustrious Russell Group of Universities, known for their research-intensive endeavours.
The University of Sheffield is currently ranked 71st in the world by QS World University Rankings and was named University of the Year in 2011 in the Times Higher Education award. It has also received 4 Queen's Anniversary Prizes, which recognises outstanding contributions by universities and colleges to the nation's intellectual, economic, cultural and social life.
Subject Strengths: Medicine, Mechanical Engineering, Psychology, Law, Management, Geography, Politics and International Relations as well as the Humanities.
The combined student populations of the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University mean that the city is always bustling with young people. Sheffield's music hot spots are frequented by big name bands, and as the biggest city in South Yorkshire, there's a vast number of bars, pubs and clubs in the area.
University buildings are clustered close together about a mile to the west of the city centre, where you can find all the shops, bars and pubs you could desire. See below for a list of amenities near our campus.