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  • An update from the Alumni Board

    Having been formed in 2015 the Alumni Board represents the voice of Sheffield alumni at the University. Chair of the Board Richard Mason provides an update on the Board's activity. 

  • Alumni Awards 2017

    British Council Alumni Awards 2017

    Could you have what it takes to represent your university and your country in the Alumni Awards 2017? 

  • The Arts Tower decorated for Varsity 2016

    World-leading virtual technology showcases Sheffield School of Architecture

    To coincide with 50 years based in the Arts Tower, the University’s School of Architecture has created a fantastic virtual exhibition to show off the degree work of their students, and to take you back to the Arts Tower itself. 

  • Sheffield Alphabet Print

    Sheffield Alumni Bulletin 37 - Competiton

    Enter our quarterly competition to be in with a chance of winning a Sheffield Alphabet print.

  • Olympic Gold medal winner Hollie Webb

    Where are they now? Hollie Webb

    After her fantastic success with the Team GB Women's Hockey team at the Rio 2016 Olympics, we spoke to alumna Hollie Webb about her time studying and training here at Sheffield, and how it feels to be an Olympic Gold medal winner. 

  • EU Referendum

    Life after Brexit – what next for British universities?

    In the wake of the referendum vote to leave the European Union our Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Keith Burnett shared his thoughts on how Europe's higher education sector must not be pushed apart by the result, and the attitude with which he will continue to lead the University of Sheffield. 

  • #WeAreInternational

    Help show that #WeAreInternational at Sheffield

    Here at Sheffield we are proud of our diverse and inclusive international community, and we want to help show current and prospective students what an incredible place Sheffield, and the rest of the UK, is to study at and live in. 

  • Ranmoor House

    Remembering Ranmoor

    As the University prepares to welcome students back to campus, and first years get ready to leave home and move into halls, we wanted to share the memories of some of our alumni who called the original Ranmoor House home. 

  • Supporting the curriculum: Achieve More

    Upcoming Sheffield Alumni Volunteering opportunities

    We’re starting to recruit for three of our biggest alumni volunteering events taking place early next year and we need you to get involved, share your experiences, and help deliver great development events for Sheffield students. 

  • Supporting the curriculum: Achieve More

    Postgraduate open day - 18 November 2016

    Whether you want to change career direction, enhance your qualifications or delve further into a subject you love, a postgraduate degree from Sheffield could help you transform your future. 

  • Paralympic alumnus David Wetherill

    Sheffield Paralympian reaches the final eight

    Sheffield alumnus David Wetherill has concluded his competition at the Rio 2016 Paralympics with a place in the final eight in the Table Tennis Class 6 competition. 

  • Where are they now? Jessica Keen

    Where are they now? Jessica Keen

    We speak to recent English Literature graduate Jessica Keen about her time at Sheffield and where she plans to go next with her career 

  • The Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey

    Destination of Leavers Survey 2016/17

    To find out more about where our graduates go and what they go on to do after studying we would really appreciate it if you could complete our Destination of Leavers Survey. 

  • Engineering alumnus behind the UK's most popular paid-for visitor attraction

    Engineering alumnus behind the UK's most popular paid-for visitor attraction

    Sheffield alumnus Dr John Roberts is one of Britain’s top engineers and part of the team behind two of the UK’s biggest visitor attractions: the London Eye and the newly opened British Airways i360 in Brighton. 

  • Olympic medal winning alumna Hollie Webb

    Sheffield's Olympic medal winning alumnae

    Sheffield graduates Hollie Webb, Bryony Page and Jess Ennis-Hill took home gold and silver medals in the Rio 2016 Olympics.