UK – Sheffield Halam University Transform Together Scholarships for International Students (2023)
Closes: 31 May 2023
One of the biggest and most diversified universities in the UK is Sheffield Hallam University, which has more than 30,000 students, 4,000 employees, and more than 280,000 alumni worldwide. Our goal is to transform lives; that is all we do.
We give people from all walks of life the chance to gain the expertise, understanding, and experience necessary to excel in whatever they decide to pursue.
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Our teaching, research, and partnerships are distinguished by an emphasis on real world effect, solving the health, economic, and social concerns facing society today. We are one of the largest and most advanced universities in the UK.
For our institution, our students, our colleagues, our partners, our city, and our region, we have high expectations. Our goal is to become the top applied university in the world by demonstrating the potential of a university that is genuinely committed to changing people’s lives.
|Sponsors||Sheffield Halam University|
|Host Nation||United Kingdom|
|Closing Date||31 May 2023|
|Eligible Candidates||Foreign Students|
Sheffield Hallam, established in 1843 as the Sheffield School of Design, has had a significant influence on the community, state, country, and globe. Our community now numbers more than 30,000 students, 4,000 staff members, and more than 280,000 alumni worldwide, making us one of the largest and most varied universities in the UK.
We are a leader in granting students from underserved and disadvantaged backgrounds access to higher education because of our dedication to place, and with it, opportunity.
For years in a row, we have admitted more students than any other provider in the UK from neighborhoods with historically low proportions of university students.
Every year, our widening participation team engages with more than 60,000 young people in our region and collaborates with more than 1,100 educational settings.
The institution is proud of its global reach even though it is rooted in its city and region.
Our 120-country worldwide network of foreign staff, students, and partnerships
We collaborate with more than 100 universities in different nations.
2019 saw the formal announcement of our first joint venture with La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia. This offers opportunity for cross-border sharing of best practices and higher education methodologies, as well as global learning experiences.
Who can apply?
To be eligible to apply for one of these scholarships you must
- be an international fee paying student
- (postgraduate only) – have achieved a minimum 2.1 or equivalent in your undergraduate honours degree and must meet the English and academic entry requirements for your course
- (postgraduate only) – have not been awarded a postgraduate qualification either in the UK or overseas in the past. Transform Together postgraduate scholarships are strictly for students progressing from undergraduate to postgraduate study.
- (undergraduate only) – must meet the English and academic entry requirements for the course
- have applied for a full-time taught undergraduate or postgraduate course at Sheffield Hallam University and received your student identifier number.
- be fully self-funding your studies. This means that you are not receiving any funding for your studies from an external source such as a government, a scholarship provider, a company or an employer
- be able to pay any additional fees your course may require, for example field trips and tuition fees for subsequent years of study
Scholarships are competitive and selection is based on the information provided in the online scholarship application form.
You must provide your eight digit Student Identifier (SI) number on the online scholarship application form. This is given to you by the University when your course application has been processed.
Transform Together scholarships are awarded as a tuition fee reduction and apply to fees payable in the first year of study only. No cash alternative is available.