If you do not book a one-to-one appointment to see an immigration adviser at least 2 weeks before your visa is due to expire, then we may not be able to assist you with your application and you will have to send your documents off yourself.
You must attend a visa eligibility appointment before you can book a one-to-one appointment.
It is important that you attend a visa eligibility appointment at least two months before your visa is due to expire. You will be unable to get a CAS application form if you have not attended this appointment.
You can book a visa eligibility appointment by contacting the Student Help team on 0114 225 3813.
Wherever you’re from, you belong – join our Culture Connect peer mentoring scheme and meet people from all over the world!
This mentoring scheme helps new students settle into university life. It is a great way to meet people from all over the world and learn about different cultures. You will be matched with a mentor who you will develop a one-to-one supportive mentoring relationship with.
If you are a returning student, then you can join as a mentor to help our students settle into life at university and in Sheffield.
You will share information about your cultures, experiences and traditions, as well as attend social activities and skills training sessions with other members.
Check out this great video from our mentors and mentees, where they talk about the benefits of joining the scheme:
To sign up, visit the main Culture Connect website here.
The annual Sheffield Fayre comes back to Norfolk Park for some good old-fashioned family fun!
The Fayre features a number of traditional British summertime activities, including a horticultural show, dancing and a range of fairground rides as well as food and drink.
Entry to the Fayre is free, but you should take some money along if you’d like to buy any refreshments or have a go on any of the rides!
The Fayre is on Monday 28 August and starts at 10am until 5.30pm. For more details, check the Friends of Norfolk Park website.
Join us as we explore the popular Ecclesall Road area with independent shops, restaurants and bars.
Ecclesall Road is well-known in Sheffield as one of the most fun places to visit, especially if you’re a keen shopper! There are a number of quirky independent retailers and bigger chains, meaning that there’s a huge choice of new and interesting stores for you to try!
We will continue to the beautiful Botanical Gardens where you will have free time to explore the 18 acre gardens and take in the beautiful scenery, all near the city centre!
This trip is free of charge and will be on Sunday 27 August. Meet us at the main entrance of the University at City Campus at 10am, and we will guide you, returning at approximately 2pm.