Our International Representative Sheriff Muhammed has organised a friendly football match between British and international students.
Football is a huge part of British culture, and this event is a way of celebrating this as featured in our British Cultural Month schedule of events for November.
If you are interested in playing on Friday 10 November, between 2-4pm up at the Pearson building at Collegiate Campus, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Everybody is welcome to come and cheer on the teams!
We will be changing our approach to sending you information about activities and projects that you can get involved in, but there are a number of ways that you can keep up-to-date with SHU GoGlobal.
Our GoGlobal newsletter will be sent on a more ad-hoc basis to promote certain events and projects rather than a monthly edition.
We will therefore be keeping you up-to-date through our Facebook account, and you can like our page now for regular updates from our team. We will also be keeping our blog up-to-date with all the information that you’ll need while you’re at Sheffield Hallam.
Liverpool is a World Heritage city with plenty of historic and cultural visitor attractions.
Roll up for the Magical Mystery Tour, a trip to the cosmopolitan city of Liverpool, including tickets to the famous Beatles Museum.
Buy your ticket for £24 at tinyurl.com/LiverpooltripNov.
Meet at the main University entrance on Saturday 11 November. This trip will be from 8am–7pm.
Conversation Club is one of the best ways to meet new friends in Sheffield. It is fun, friendly and free refreshments are served.
Conversation Club on Wednesday 1 November between 5–6.30pm in Owen 1025 will be themed to fit into our British Cultural Month schedule of events, and will incorporate British festivals and celebrations such as Bonfire Night and St George’s Day.
Book your place now on UniHub.