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Located in South Yorkshire, Sheffield is a major city in the north of England, around 160 miles from London. The city is a vibrant higher education hub, with two large universities, nearly 60,000 students and a wide range of sporting, arts and entertainment venues.
Sheffield originally expanded with the development of coal mining and metalworking during the Industrial Revolution. Despite now being one of the largest population centres in the UK, modern Sheffield is a green and attractive urban area, overlapping with the Peak District National Park. Its origins in a network of smaller villages are still evident and the city actually contains more trees than any other in Europe.
With lots of pubs and restaurants, a proud local brewing culture and a range of live music venues, you’ll find plenty to relax with while studying as a postgraduate in Sheffield. Sheffield has long been a hotbed for musical talent, with the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Pulp and the Human League all making their name in South Yorkshire.
The city also has a distinguished sporting tradition and is an ideal home away from home for football fans, featuring two large rival football clubs, Sheffield Wednesday and Sheffield United, as well as the oldest club in the world: Sheffield FC. More recently, Sheffield has become famous as the birthplace of 2012 Olympic gold medallist, Jessica Ennis-Hill.
There is a range of student accommodation in Sheffield, from dedicated postgraduate residences to private apartments and houses.
Sheffield’s oldest university is the University of Sheffield, a member of the UK’s elite Russell Group of leading research universities and a British top 15 institution.
It received a university charter in 1905, but traces its origins to the merger of a number of local colleges in the 19th century. The university’s buildings include the Arts Tower: a local landmark and the tallest university building in the UK, famous for its constantly moving paternoster lift.
Sheffield is also home to Sheffield Hallam University, which dates back to 1843, but received its university charter in 1992. Hallam is one of the largest universities in the UK and offers postgraduate courses in a wide range of subjects, emphasising transferrable skills and graduate employability.
Although Sheffield is no longer an industrial powerhouse, it nonetheless has a thriving economy that offers diverse opportunities for talented postgraduates. The Advanced Manufacturing Park, located on the outskirts of Sheffield, is home to many major companies including Boeing, McLaren Automotive, Rolls-Royce and Airbus. Key business sectors in Sheffield include legal services, creative industries, digital and aerospace.
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Explore the political, economic, societal and cultural factors and ideas shaping international politics in East Asia. You’ll be well prepared for a career in international relations and global policy. Read more
The public health course welcomes students from a wide range of educational backgrounds and provides the opportunity for you to develop the research, evaluation and public health analytical skills you need to understand and undertake a wide range of public health activities, in national and international contexts. Read more
Lead academic. Dr Thomas Jenkins This is a full time one-year neuroscience Masters (MSc) programme. This MSc in Clinical Neurology will enable the student to apply the fundamentals of neuroscience, neuroanatomy and physiology to better understand the clinical features of patients with neurological and brain disease. Read more
This programme provides a high-quality qualification in management and leadership for health care professionals. In particular, the programme is suitable for. Read more
The MSc in Human Nutrition provides students with a core body of knowledge in the fundamentals of human nutrition science, covering biochemistry, epidemiology & community nutrition, physiology, contemporary issues in global nutrition and nutrition in health and disease. Read more
Meeting the growing demand for masters level professionals in finance and accounting, this course is suitable if you are from a general finance background and wish to gain specialist knowledge in accounting and finance, or if you have an accounting background and would like to enhance your skills. Read more
On this distance learning course, you’ll gain the specialist skills and expertise you need to care for acutely and critically unwell children, and support their families. Read more
Mandy Cecchinato - Senior Lecturer, Children Young People and Families Mandy is involved in teaching on the Foundation Degree and BA (Hons) in Working with Children, Young People and Families. Read more
This course is designed for those wishing to pursue a career as an Advanced Clinical Practitioner in Clinical Reporting. The academic delivery is facilitated through distance learning (DL), and supported by clinical support and mentorship in your place of work. Read more
This course is designed for experienced postgraduate healthcare professionals working in musculoskeletal clinical practice. It is also suitable if you have studied manual therapy at a high level on clinically– based courses, such as with the International Maitland Teachers Association. Read more
This MSc can be used as evidence of your development within a scope of practice, and is completed in partnership with your employer. Read more
The School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) at the University of Sheffield tackles some of the world’s biggest health challenges to improve the population’s health and wellbeing and is one of the largest multidisciplinary schools of public health and health services research in the UK.
It’s our mission to prolong and improve the lives of patients, and we seek to do this by conducting world-leading research in areas such as neuroscience, oncology, infectious diseases and more.
We pride ourselves on collaboration between clinicians and non-clinicians, and many of our courses include teaching from practising clinicians as well as research active academics.
Develop your skills and enhance your career prospects with an MSc in engineering at the University of Sheffield.
The Department of Civil & Structural Engineering at the University of Sheffield was founded in 1917 and we have a strong research history in fundamental areas such as structures and water.