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Welcoming thousands of international students and visitors each year, the UK is a country that embraces diversity. It is especially multicultural in universities and cities like Sheffield. This makes it easy for international students to settle in and feel at home here.
With an internationally recognised UK degree from a university like Sheffield, you will stand out to global employers. UK universities are ranked among the best in the world and the University of Sheffield is 12th in the UK (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019). Following a pathway programme at the International College, ambitious international students receive an extraordinary education here.
Students who want to live in a safe and friendly environment while they enjoy an excellent student experience choose Sheffield in the UK.
UK universities are recognised by global employers for their quality of education. Teaching includes a mix of lectures, seminars and tutorials and you are encouraged to develop independent thought.
Living in a major British city like Sheffield, you will have easy access to public transport and the opportunity to discover the UK’s rich history and world-famous cultural attractions. International students enjoy a high standard of living and laid-back lifestyle, and tend to find it easy to settle in to university life in the UK.
Since it was founded in 1905, the University of Sheffield has been a champion of innovation. It has produced six Nobel Prize winners in the fields of Chemistry and Medicine/Physiology. This legacy of exceptional research and discovery continues today with investment in excellent facilities to further this work.
Start your career in the UK with the new Graduate Immigration Route – a 2-year post-study work visa for international students graduating from UK universities. If you begin your studies after autumn 2020, you’ll be able to work for up to two years after graduating with your valid Tier 4 visa. Study a pathway programme and take the first step towards working in the UK.