New Delhi: Sheffield Hallam University, one of the UK's largest universities with a reputation for focusing on your personal and professional development, is inviting applications for admission to more than 50 postgraduate courses for its January 2017 intake.
As well, the university is offering Vice-Chancellor's Award on a £3,000 tuition fee discount for as many as 15 postgraduate courses starting in January 2017. The courses included in the scheme are in the areas of Business and Management, Biosciences and Chemistry, Computing, Engineering, Geography and Sociology and politics.
Anna Toyne, regional manager for South Asia at Sheffield Hallam University, said: "We work closely with employers and professional organizations to ensure our courses are developing the skills which are required in business and industry. We hope Indian students take advantage of our Vice-Chancellor's Award to join our friendly, vibrant community of students and staff from more than 120 countries."
"We are highly experienced at supporting Indian students who wish to study in the UK. We have an established office in New Delhi who can offer support and guidance on every aspect of studying with us, from completing your application form to booking our free airport pick-up service." She added.
When to apply?
There is no formal deadline for application to postgraduate courses but we recommend applying as soon as possible.
How to apply?
- The application form for postgraduate courses for the University's January 2017 intake can be downloaded from Sheffield Hallam's website www.shu.ac.uk/international/how-to-apply
- By contacting the University's office in Delhi on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheffield Hallam University's Vice-Chancellor's Award
This discount scheme offers a £3,000 discount for international-fee paying students applying to a selection of full-time taught postgraduate courses. Full terms and conditions apply. Find out more at www.shu.ac.uk/vcawardjanuary2017
About Sheffield Hallam University
Sheffield Hallam University is one of the UK's largest universities and has a rich and proud history which dates back to 1843. Sheffield Hallam has a friendly and multicultural community with more than 35,000 students including over 4,000 international students from 100 countries. Sheffield Hallam offers about 700 courses, many of which are designed in conjunction with business and employers. For further information, visit www.shu.ac.uk