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…the University and the city of Sheffield. The 2014 Research Excellence Framework confirmed our place as a world-leading university. The results demonstrated our research excellence across a range of disciplines, putting us in the top 10 per cent of all UK universities.
There are loads of ways you can keep up-to-date with what’s going on at The University of Sheffield. Check out the links below!
Watch some videos!
Visit the University’s YouTube channel for campus tours and details about undergraduate life. Our You Tube channel hosts a vast library of videos so make yourself a coffee or grab a beer (whatever your preference), sit back and enjoy!
If you’d like to watch something more specific to your Department, then head to Civil & Structural Engineering’s YouTube channel.
Tuition fees for home students.
All universities charge tuition fees. Tuition fees for the University of Sheffield are £9,250 a year.
How much can I borrow?
You can borrow up to £9,250 a year. The full cost of your course.
All full-time students from the UK and EU provided you haven’t studied for an undergraduate degree, or the equivalent, before.
Who am I borrowing from?
How is it paid?
The government pays the money directly to the University when you register with us.More Info
Tuition fees and scholarships for overseas students.
We offer a special fixed-fee guarantee for international students taking courses longer than one year.
Fees for international students for the 2017-2018 academic year are £20,470 per year.
This means that you will know exactly how much you will pay each year before you start your studies. This will make it easier to plan and budget for your time in Sheffield. We also offer Engineering International Scholarships worth up to £2,500 per year.More Info
And how to pay.
Your Tuition Fee.
For the 2017-2018 academic year, the University of Sheffield will charge full-time UK/EU Undergraduates a tuition fee of £9,250.
Fees for international students studying engineering are £20,470 per year.
The cost of living in Sheffield
Sheffield is one of the best value cities to live and study in the UK. Living costs are 10% lower than the UK national average and 25% lower than London.More Info
Calculate your student funding.
Confused about money? Give us a few details and we’ll calculate how much money you could get towards your study and living costs.Go to Calculator
Moving from Overseas?
Student life in Sheffield
We love the fact that although Sheffield is a major city, and developing all the time, it has kept its sense of community. This is a friendly, safe and affordable place to make your home. Most University buildings are within walking distance from each other and the campus is a very short walk from the city centre.More Info
Help with your Visa.
Immigration and visas can be confusing and time-consuming. The University of Sheffield has trained immigration specialists to assist you with your questions.
You can also find full, up-to-date information about applying for your Tier 4 visa on our website.More Info
Our fantastic accommodation.
Voted number 1 for Accommodation three years in a row!
We are creating an excellent student experience by providing high quality accommodation, welfare support, events and activities.Take a Look
Sending us your exam results.
Informing us of your results.
We require proof that students being admitted to the University have achieved the qualifications upon which the offer of a place was based. If UCAS has provided us with your results there is nothing you need to do. However, if you have supplied your results yourself, you should expect to have to present the original paper copies of your transcripts/certificates when you come to register at the University.
If you narrowly fail to satisfy the academic conditions of our offer, we may still be able to confirm your place. This will depend on whether we have any places left on the course you have applied for and whether we believe you are sufficiently prepared for the course.More Info
Living in Sheffield.
Your student years are a precious time. They’re the best chance you’ll ever have to explore, discover, make new friends and see new sights. To have fun, be creative and be free.
Don’t waste those years stuck in a place with nothing to do or see. Or an inner-city student ghetto. Choose Britain’s greatest city for university life.More Info