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Library and student support resources from Sheffield Hallam University for students at INTI International University & Colleges

Welcome to Sheffield Hallam University, working in partnership with INTI International University & Colleges to deliver the following courses:

Welcome to Sheffield Hallam University.
Sheffield Hallam was established in 1843 and awarded university status in 1992.
We have more than 35,000 students and we are the fourth largest university in the UK.
Our Vice-Chancellor, Professor Chris Husbands, is an academic expert in education policy and practice.
Our Chancellor, Lord Robert Winston, is an eminent medical scientist and broadcaster.
We have 27000 undergraduate students, 8000 postgraduate taught students, 403 postgraduate research students, and our student body includes 4343 international students from 100 countries.
We have over 700 courses with undergraduate, postgraduate, and PhD options.
Our Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Science offers subjects including art and design, computing, engineering, and media and communications.
Our Faculty of Development and Society offers subjects including architecture, built environment, education, environmental management, forensics, law, and social sciences.
Our Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, which includes the Academy of Sport and Physical Activity, offers subjects including biosciences and chemistry, health and allied services, physiotherapy, social work, and sport.
Sheffield Business School offers subjects including business and management, conference events, finance, food and nutrition, and hospitality and tourism.
Sheffield Hallam University has a global presence, with offices in China, India, Malaysia, Nigeria and Pakistan, and international students from 100 different countries.  We're one of the founding members of the Northern Consortium (NCUK) and are committed to developing educational links between higher education and global business.  We work with more than 100 educational partners worldwide and take a flexible approach to partnership delivery.
We work with more than 3500 businesses to develop courses and provide more than 19000 placements every year.
We have invested more than £100 million over the last decade in our teaching and learning facilities.
Sheffield has a central location in England, with several airports nearby, and other English cities can be reached relatively quickly by train.
Sheffield is Britain's fourth largest city, with a population of 550500.  It has a thriving cultural scene and excellent transport links, including rail links to all major cities, it takes just over 2 hours to get to London.
Sheffield is home to over 50,000 students.  As a city, it is student friendly and safe with a low cost of living.
Sheffield is Europe's greenest city, with 150 woodland areas and 50 public parks.
Sheffield is one of the safest cities in the UK.
Get in touch with us by email at or by phone on +44 114 2254768; follow us on Twitter @SHUoverseas; Find us on Facebook by searching for Sheffield Hallam University International; or go tot to find out more.

Support during your course

Click on the 'Library Resources' tab at the top of the page for access to a selection of high-quality sources to use for your assignments.  This includes ProQuest Central, a leading multi-disciplinary online resource that you can use to access databases across all major subject areas.  A link to ProQuest Central has been added to your college virtual learning environment and your course leader will be able to advise you on where to find it.

Most students on Sheffield Hallam courses will use APA, although some courses will use other referencing styles.  Ask your course leader if you're not sure.  You can also use ProQuest RefWorks to manage your references.  Click on the 'Referencing' tab for help with citing and referencing, and to find out about RefWorks.

If you need to find out how to submit a request to repeat an assessment attempt, go to the information by clicking on the 'Email and online tools' tab at the top of the page.

If there are issues affecting you during your studies, please refer to the information in the 'Get Help' section.