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Sheffield is a city in South Yorkshire, in the north of England, around 160 miles from London. The city is a vibrant higher education hub, with two large universities, 50,000 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 a large number of pubs and restaurants, a proud local brewing culture and a range of live music venues, you'll find plenty to relax with whilst studying as a postgraduate in Sheffield.
The city is also home to a proud 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 home of 2012 Olympic Gold Medallist, Jessica Ennis-Hill.
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 nineteenth century.
The university's buildings include the Arts Tower: a local landmark and the tallest university building in the UK, famous for its constantly rotating 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.
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This course is for international students who are ACCA passed finalists or qualified accountants. It is a fast track course that enables you to convert your ACCA qualification to a UK masters degree in nine months. Read more
The course meets the growing demand for masters level professionals in finance and accounting. It is suitable if you . are from a general finance background and wish to gain specialist knowledge in accounting and finance. Read more
You will study the assessment and nursing management of acute childhood illness. This will involve the study of the disease processes including altered physiology of respiratory, cardiovascular, neurological, renal/metabolic and immune systems, during the acute illness phase. Read more
This highly technical course is aimed at networking professionals who already have Cisco CCNA or equivalent networking skills and experience (CCNA certification is recommended but not required). Read more
Engineering is constantly changing, and graduates often need to deepen their technical skills and understanding. This course is especially relevant for mechanical and manufacturing engineers and technicians wishing to broaden their industrial and managerial skills. Read more
If you are a practitioner working in an extended role or at an advanced practice level in your clinical field, this course is designed to help you develop your practice. Read more
If you are an experienced high performing coach working with children or adults and want to develop your expertise, or performance coach working with talent, this course enables you to further develop and apply your knowledge, skills and competencies in your sport coaching environment. Read more
Continuing professional development is a key requirement of health and social care professionals. This flexible course allows you to tailor your studies according to your own development needs. Read more
Advance your knowledge of analytical chemistry, your practical skills and professional and organisation skills on this course. You learn the fundamentals of analytical chemistry and how it is applied to pharmaceutical, environmental and materials analyses. Read more
On this course you will experience a broad range of skills and techniques relating to a range of different areas within the animation and digital effects industries before choosing a specific area to specialise in. Read more
Sheffield's taught postgraduate degrees in journalism, media and communication are famous in the industry and loved by our students – and the Guardian university league table has rated us number 1 in the UK for the second year in a row.
Study at the only academic Department in the UK dedicated to Control and Systems Engineering.
From social media trends to mass media coverage and public diplomacy, the way news and current affairs are reported can have a major influence on the way we see the world and how countries influence each other, while setting political agendas in East Asia.
Develop your skills and enhance your career prospects with an MSc in engineering at the University of Sheffield. Our courses have been developed in conjunction with industry to ensure our graduates are highly employable and have bespoke skills for the sector of their choice