Sheffield Hallam University
Sheffield Hallam University is an institution present in South Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom. The City Campus is situated in the city center, close to Sheffield railway station, and Collegiate Crescent Campus is approximately two miles away, nearby Ecclesall Road in south-west Sheffield. Education in UK is preferred by most of the students since it provides the best opportunity to the students in all possible ways for their bright future.
This university is the fourth largest in the UK with more than 33,000 students, 4,360 staff and 572 courses. By the year 2005 this university was reorganized into four large faculties. The new Faculty of Development and Society, with a highlighting on people, places and spaces, brought together education, geography, humanities, law, and social sciences. Simultaneously, with the intention of further developing research and teaching in the new Faculty of Health and Well being, a new Clinical Academic Group was established. The building that had been designed and constructed to accommodate the National Center for Popular Music turned out to be the university's students' union building. The former students' union building, the Nelson Mandela Building, was sold and has since been demolished. In the year 2007 this university took over the teaching of nursing and midwifery from the University of Sheffield. These activities are based at the Collegiate Crescent Campus.