Daniela at her desk

Studiosity

The platform for students to get instant help on their studies. Some of you may or may not have already heard about Studiosity, but this is the only platform where you can can connect with other Student Mentors to receive instant help for your uni queries. Sounds great so far? Support is also offered via…

Rhianne

Setting up your workspace

Having a dedicated workspace, whether that be at your university halls or home, is crucial to your productivity and therefore success at university. For the past two years, I’ve lived in halls and this year (my final!) I’m staying at home and commuting. I think there are challenges to both circumstances. For example, distractions from…

teaching quality lecture

Teaching quality content

Choosing a university with teaching quality is of the highest importance for every single student. Sheffield Hallam was named the University of the Year for Teaching Quality. In order to have success in the classroom and beyond, it was essential for me that teaching content is structured and delivered in the right way, engaging and…

#HallamInsider’s 2020 final year creative showcase

                                      Our #HallamInsider Chandni Soren will be graduating this year in Interior Architecture and Design. One of her projects included The Sewing Cube Storytelling project which centred around storytelling; the starting point for this design was Chandni’s…

5 Top Tips for studying at home

Life as we know it is constantly changing and people all over the world are having to adapt to new ways of living and working, including students. With teaching at Hallam moving online and university buildings becoming inaccessible, studying from home is the new norm for many of us today. It can be a difficult…

LinkedIn Learning Top Tips

Hi, my name is Roagan and I’d like to share with you a top tip that has helped me with my work and is provided for you for free as a Sheffield Hallam student: Linked-In Learning There are over 5,000 courses and in my opinion the most useful are the programme specific courses.  I am…

My trip to Tokyo: cultural differences

By Jess Brown, BA (Hons) Graphic Design and Illustration, 2nd year   Last month I spent 3 days in Tokyo as part of a University trip with Illustration, Graphic Design and Fashion. It was truly life changing and we went around visiting galleries, talking with illustrators like Blood Bros (who you should check out on…