Student news and events archive

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    How to access and use your Interim HEAR

    If you commenced your studies after September 2012, you will have recently been issued with the latest update of your Interim HEAR.

  • enterprise

    USE reveal the mystery behind #evolvingdoor

    After keeping it a secret, University of Sheffield Enterprise (USE) have finally revealed what their #evolvingdoor project is all about. 

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    Pitch your business idea and win £1000 with USE's Evolve Competition

    USE love ideas. In fact, they love them so much that they're offering £1000 to the person who can come up with the best idea for a business or product in their Evolve Competition.  

  • Student Employee of the Year Logo

    Could you be the Student Employee of the Year 2015?

    The Student Employee of the Year Awards (SEOTY) aim to recognise and promote the outstanding contributions and achievements of students who combine part-time work with their study commitments. 

  • UNICEF on Campus

    Spring semester events from UNICEF ON Campus

    UNICEF On Campus are back again this semester with two fantastic events that we are sure you are going to enjoy. If you want to get your hands on some great prizes, support the work of UNICEF around the world, and have a great time with your mates, why not take a look at these events. 

  • Ultimate Field Trip Finalists

    Sheffield students through to final of the Ultimate Field Trip competition

     Three Sheffield students have made it through to the National Final of the Ultimate Field Trip competition which is to be held on Tuesday 10 March. Student journalist Nadene sat down with them ahead of the final to chat about the competition and what it's all about.

  • Accessing your results: everything you need to know

    If you took exams in January 2015, your results will be published via MUSE on 9 March 2015. You will also be able to access an updated version of your HEAR and your results for Achieve More, if applicable.

  • Festival of Science and Engineering

    Sheffield Festival of Science & Engineering

    The Sheffield Festival of Science & Engineering is a series of over 60 free, public events taking place throughout March. Come along and find out about the fantastic science and engineering in our region.

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    Improve your wellbeing with Laughter Yoga

    Laughter yoga is a physical exercise method combining deep breathing and playful laughter. The University Counselling Service is hosting two Laughter Yoga Workshops on Tuesday 3rd March at the Council Room in Firth Court.

  • The Intern Competition

    Win a paid internship by taking part in 'The Intern'

    Run by Enactus Sheffield, the Intern tests a variety of skills which employers are looking for, including leadership, creativity, problem solving and entrepreneurship. The ultimate prize is a paid summer internship with either ASDA, Centrica or Enterprise Rent-a-Car, all of which are recognised by the Times as being among the top 100 graduate employers. 

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    Develop your hidden entrepreneurial potential with USE's Skill Build

    Skill Build is back this semester to give you the chance to develop all your hidden entrepreneurial talents for free. It’s for absolutely anyone - no prior experience necessary.

  • Healthy Campus Logo

    Get involved in Healthy Campus Week

    The Students' Union and The University are hosting Healthy Campus Week on the week commencing 16th February) and we're looking for your participation. 

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    Faculty Challenge: a student's perspective

     This year was a special year for the students of the Faculty of Social Science, as they took part in a mandatory programme, part of the Achieve More scheme, named The State of Sheffield, between 2nd and 6th February.

  • Firth Court

    Sheffield’s ten most fascinating research projects

    The most recent Research Excellence Framework, published last month, picked out Sheffield as one of the top ten universities in the country for research. So what is this research? Let’s take a look at the most interesting, ground-breaking or simply bizarre projects university staff are involved in when they aren’t giving lectures.

  • Job Shop

    Boost your work experience with the Taste of Work Scheme

    Taste of Work offers a single, 3-4 hr, unpaid work taster in a range of University and Students' Union departments.