We have a world-wide reputation for quality, operating at the forefront of research and training. The University of Sheffield is consistently ranked among the top 100 universties in the world:
Sheffield is one of the least expensive places in the UK to live and study. According to a survey of 26 university towns and cities (Natwest Student Living Index 2008), living costs for Sheffield students are the third lowest in the country.
Sheffield is also one of the greenest cities in England with 150 woodlands and 50 public parks within the city. The greenery is throughout the city from the centre, where the Winter Gardens is Europe’s largest city centre temperate glasshouse, to the countryside, where the Peak District national park is only ten minutes away from the University.
Government statistics rate Sheffield as one of the safest UK cities.
When you’re not studying, there is plenty to see, do and explore in Sheffield. From the Students’ Union to the city and beyond you will never be bored.
The city’s cultural amenities include multi-screen cinemas, concert venues, leisure complexes and an arts scene to suit all tastes. Or you could enjoy the tranquillity of the city’s vast parks and woodlands.