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What Sheffield University is About - In a Nutshell

An outstanding higher education venue with a large footprint of 26,000 plus students, the University of Sheffield will enable your academic journey to thrive.

Good To Know About Sheffield Hallam University

In this blog, we try to give you a flavour for the local learning powerhouse of Sheffield Hallam University and its various strong points along with how we can look after your accommodation.

Broomhall and Broomhill: What These Two Areas Have To Offer Students

Discover what Broomhall and Broomhill have to offer students of Sheffield Hallam and the University of Sheffield when it comes to accommodation in Sheffield. Includes overviews, food, shopping, leisure, and more!

About Endcliffe - and Why Students Live Here

Shared student houses and flats in Endcliffe close to the main campuses and hospital - quiet private residences near to transport routes and green spaces.

What Hunter’s Bar has to offer students looking for accommodation in Sheffield

Discover what Hunter’s Bar has on offer to students. Information on travel and connectivity, shopping, accommodation property types, and more!

Why Sharrow is a Great Student Housing Area

More about Sharrow, Sheffield, and why it is a popular choice for student accommodation

Why Choose Student Accommodation Along Ecclesall Road In Sheffield?

A closer look at why Ecclesall Road has become a centre of student accommodation in Sheffield, including distances to universities, and student flat costs.

Student House vs Halls of Residence: Which Should You Choose?

You may have already sampled life in the university-owned halls as a first-year student, or second year student, and depending on whether your experiences were positive or negative, may want to consider your options again. If you're undecided, here is a run-down of the two main student accommodation options, alongside their pros and cons, to help you make the right choice.

Student Accommodation and Covid-19 in 2021

University students living away from home have been one of the groups hardest hit by the impact of COVID-19 over the past year. As schools re-opened on 8th March, many higher education students may be forced to wait a bit longer before they can resume their classes.