At this time of the year, you are probably thinking about your plans for finding a job after completing your studies. The following announcement is important for international students who wish to stay in the UK after graduating and want to find out about work visa rules.
Special Working in the UK after studies – Tier 2 (General)
Date – 23 June
Time – 4–5.30pm
Where – Adsetts 6620
This is a special and unique event focused specifically on the Tier 2 (General) work visa rules. Tier 2 (General) is one of the most popular visa categories for international graduates who wish to work full time.
We will concentrate specifically on the Tier 2 visa rules and explain eligibility rules. We will cover topics such as salary thresholds and eligible jobs. There will also be a Q&A session. We will also have SHU international graduates who have successfully got Tier 2 work visas. They will share their tips and experiences. You will have the opportunity to ask them any questions you may have.
This promises to be a popular event so book your place now! Go to http://tinyurl.com/SHUTier2event23June
Join us for an evening at Jump Inc. trampolining park for a fun and active session!
Trampolining is a great way to get fit and get your heart racing, all while practicing and perfecting your backflip.
The session costs £5 and you need to pay at Hallam Active, level 1 in the Surrey building before attending. Please bring £4 for your return tram fare and £1.50 for the grip socks for trampolining. This session will be repeated on 12 July.
Join us for a trip to the beautiful city of Cambridge, home to the River Cam, punting and some of the most famous university buildings in the world!
Cambridge is a University city of old streets, ancient colleges and lovely bridges spanning the River Cam. There are historic and contemporary buildings to visit, world renowned museums, fantastic theatres and live music.
We’ll be going on Saturday 17 June from 8am – meet outside the main University entrance, City Campus. Tickets are non-refundable unless the trip is cancelled by the SHU GoGlobal Team. Buy your tickets from
Sheffield Hallam University is proud to have endorsed Chinese graduate Yang Liu (Elena) in order to set up her own business in the UK after graduating.
Sheffield Hallam has a Tier 1 licence from the Home Office. The licence enables the University to endorse up to 10 international graduates per year to become self-employed after completing studies. Elena was one of the successful applicants to enter the University’s competitive application process, which is run by the Enterprise Team. After receiving the endorsement Elena successfully applied for a Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur visa with the help of the International Experience Team. The visa allows her to be self-employed in the UK.
Elena founded Yang For Young Limited in March 2017. Yang For Young offers good quality and easy-to-use products to help young people with sensory impairments to gain more life skills.
Elena so impressed the judges from the UK Steel Enterprise Accelerator Programme that she won a prize of £10,000 to develop her business. We are confident that Elena will have a great future ahead of her!
If you are interested in following in the footsteps of Elena, contact our Enterprise team to find out about the application process. The Enterprise Team welcomes international students who are graduating from degree courses and interested in becoming entrepreneurs in the UK. Students can access free support from the Enterprise team, including free workshops and advice from professional business advisers. You don’t need to have previous business experience, but you do need to have the enthusiasm and skills to learn how to run your own business.
Telephone 0114 225 3131
Sheffield is famous for climbing, so why not get involved in a four-week course, with instructors on hand to help you every step of the way?
We will be holding these sessions at the Foundry Climbing Centre, which is a top class training facility and a fun and friendly environment for people new to the sport of climbing.
These sessions are free of charge, and the first will be on Wednesday 14 June at 5.30–7pm, then repeated on Wednesday 19 July.
Book your place in advance at the Hallam Active reception, level 1, Surrey Building.
This summer, the Sheffield Hallam Students’ Union are helping to put on taster sports sessions, designed to get you active and experience Sheffield in new ways.
The first of these sessions is a social cycling event, giving you the opportunity to spend some time seeing the sights in the Peak District National Park – some of the most beautiful scenery you can find in the UK.
Collection of your bike and helmet is from the HUBS at 9.45am or 10am at Collegiate Campus and a coach will then take you to explore the Peaks. The sessions run on the following dates:
11 June and 25 June
Book your place in advance at the Hallam Active reception, level 1, Surrey building
Join us for a 30-minute walk to Weston Park Museum, for some fantastic exhibits that tell the story of Sheffield, from prehistory to the present day place that you know and love.
It’s an award-winning museum which lets you discover the real story of Sheffield, from its geological roots to the people, politics and music that have helped to shape the modern city.
There are a whole host of permanent and temporary exhibitions from a whole range of ages and times in history.
This trip will be on Wednesday 10 June and entry is free. Meet our student crew at the main University entrance at 10am, to return at approximately 2pm.