International College

78% of our students progressed to the University of Sheffield in 2017

Posted 07 December 2017
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The University of Sheffield is a world top 100, Russell Group university, meaning it’s a highly competitive environment, and entry into the University requires hard work from each of our students.

Continuous improvement

As a testament to this hard work and support at the College, recent data shows that 78% of International College students who completed their course were offered a coveted place to study at the University of Sheffield in 2017. This shows year-on-year improvement, with a higher proportion of students progressing to the University than ever before thanks to the continuous monitoring and improvement of the International College. However it's important to note that students who don’t meet the required grades for Sheffield benefit from extra support from the International College for progression to alternative UK universities to pursue their academic goals.

In 2017, 613 International College students progressed to a degree programme at The University of Sheffield. Over the first two years of the College, six merit scholarships have been awarded to International College students by the University. On top of that, 36 other scholarships were awarded to top performers.

International College students who were offered places

100% of Pre-Masters Science and Engineering students
97% of all Pre-Masters students
100% of students from Indonesia, Morocco and Singapore
93% of students from Hong Kong
91% of students from Malaysia

Get started today

The International College provides a range of academic courses to provide students with the support and skills they needed for success in and out of school. We relish the opportunity to help our students get where they want to be academically.

Interested? Explore your options and embark on a great start to your academic and professional career at The University of Sheffield International College.

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