Summer at Sheffield
A programme of online and in-person activities for students.
We can’t wait to welcome you back to campus.
Together with the Students’ Union, we’re hosting a programme of summer activities. Take advantage of opportunities both on-campus and online, or simply enjoy some time to unwind and experience Sheffield.
All our activities and events will follow coronavirus rules, and we expect all students to follow the latest safety guidance at all times.
This summer, our campus will be open.
We have been working hard to prepare a safe campus to provide you with an exciting, inspiring experience - while protecting everyone’s health and wellbeing.
Bookable and drop-in study space will be available across campus.
Food and drink on campus
If you’re looking for somewhere to unwind and relax, some of our very own on campus venues have reopened:
There's plenty happening around your Students’ Union this summer. It has a new programme of in-person activities and events to enjoy, as well as more spaces and outlets open inside your SU building:
In-person events programme
The Students' Union has a programme of new in-person Give it a Go sessions on the concourse, film screenings, volunteering and fundraising opportunities, gigs, club night and bar/cafe events and society meet ups. You can see activity as it is confirmed on the Students' Union events page. There are also still opportunities for you to take part in online activity if you're unable to visit the Students' Union in person.
Inside your Students' Union
These venues have indoor and outdoor space available:
Order food and drink through the Student Orders app (apple/android). You can also book a table in advance for Bar One or the Interval or just turn up on the day (tables subject to availability).
Throughout the building there is new space for socialising and group work (up to 6 people), as well as individual study.
Most support services inside the Students' Union, such as SSiD, Student Jobshop, and Student Advice Centre, continue to deliver their services digitally.
Sport Sheffield offers many sporting and leisure activities to suit all levels and abilities helping you to stay healthy and active while on campus:
- The gym
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor synthetic pitches
- Squash courts
- Fitness Classes
- Bouldering Wall
- Sports Hall (Badminton, Table Tennis)
We’re delighted to also be running our indoor group fitness classes timetable. Sessions will run at reduced capacities in line with the latest coronavirus restrictions, but offer a great way to get involved, stay fit and meet new people.
If you have any other questions or queries please get in touch: email@example.com
Give it a Go
The Give it a Go Online Programme is packed full of events and activities. All sessions are run at a beginners level, so it doesn't matter if you haven't tried the activity before. It’s also a great chance to meet new friends!
Both in-person and online sessions are available this summer.
Film Unit, our on-campus student-run cinema, will reopen this summer.
We are pleased to announce the University’s exclusive Class of 2021 Summer Programme.
This is an extended offer of employability, skills and personal development support to our graduating class. In response to some of the extra challenges presented by the pandemic, and to support any new graduates as you prepare for your next steps, we have created this comprehensive programme of support which includes webinars, workshops and summer internships a series of half-day Employability Academies in June and July, and a new employability-focused Conference for graduates and students in September .
View over 1,000 job vacancies on Career Connect and take a look at our Careers Service topics to see if they help answer your questions. Each topic links to an easy-to-follow guide, which is called a pathway.
The 301 Academic Skills Centre has an extended programme of study skills and maths and statistics workshops available over the summer. This includes our 301 Summer Research Programme, a six week series of workshops aimed at developing your research and transferable skills including, setting research priorities and targets, dissertation writing strategies and techniques, creativity and problem solving, and a range of statistics support including R and SPSS. We also have a programme of workshops which provide a refresher of key academic skills to help build on the experience of this year and help you prepare for next academic year.
You can view and book all 301 activities via the 301 Booking System.
Of course, if you’re living in Sheffield, you’ll have the chance to rediscover our brilliant, vibrant city.
4–13 June 2021, in Sheffield and online
Sheffield Doc/Fest is the city's very own international film and arts festival. You can book to take part either online, or in-person at various venues across Sheffield.
23–25 July, Hillsborough Park
Tramlines is Sheffield’s best known music festival. Each summer, the city comes alive with activity. Even if you aren’t able to secure a ticket, this is an exciting weekend if you’re living in Sheffield.
Support – get in touch
Our extensive range of support services for students are all available online.