Sheffield Hallam University September 2020 Intake

15 January 2020

Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) is one of the UK's most modern and diverse universities, located in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. The University has now updated its courses, entry requirements and scholarship information for September 2020 entry.

About SHU

Entry Requirements

For bachelors - Standard XII with a minimum score of 70 percent or above

For masters - 3 or 4 year bachelor degree with a minimum score of either 55 percent or 60 percent (depending on the course)

IELTS Requirement

The University mostly requires 6.0 overall with minimum 5.5 in every band.

Courses

The University has over 700 courses with undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD options in subjects including:

The University is providing certain courses with 1+1 route, i.e. one year academic studies and one year practice/work experience. These include:

Scholarships

Admissions are open at Sheffield Hallam University for the September 2020 intake. If you are interested in studying at SHU, you can visit your nearest SI-UK India office or book a free consultation to enquire more today.

 

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