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    University of Sheffield rankings continue to confirm Sheffield as a top university

    Posted 23 August 2016

    The Guardian University Guide and Complete University Guide have both released their annual league table rankings for 2017, featuring the University of Sheffield highly in both.

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    Top 7 career moves after graduation

    Posted 10 November 2015

    Not sure which route to take after graduation? Our guide to the most popular graduate options will help you make up your mind.

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    5 reasons why you should study for an English language course

    Posted 10 August 2015

    English Language Preparation Courses are a great way for international students to make sure they excel. It’s easy to take an optimistic view and assume that you’ll pick up the language skills you need as you study. However, it’s not always as easy as it seems, and the last thing any student on a competitive course wants to discover is that their language skills are letting them down.

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    How to improve English and academic skills

    Posted 27 July 2015

    Get up to speed with your English and academic skills and feel more confident when you begin your course

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  • Learn effective ways to study and develop your English language capability

    A guide to taking an English course whilst studying abroad

    Posted 07 May 2015

    Each year around 600,000 international students come to the UK to develop their English language skills.

    It makes sense that if you want to learn a language the best place to do so is in a country where it is spoken. There are so many benefits to taking intensive English courses while you study abroad. We’re going to introduce you to some of the major advantages of studying English in the UK, and help you get a feel for what it’s really like to take an English course while you’re studying overseas.

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