Touching the future with Sheffield Hallam University

A case study from our Touching the future campaign featuring Sheffield Hallam University

24 February 2015 / Be the first to comment

Sheffield Hallam University logoFor many, a City & Guilds qualification is a stepping stone towards a new job. For many others, it can also open the door to higher education.

The new City & Guilds level 4 and level 5 engineering qualifications enable learners to study for a UK university degree with advanced entry. This normally means that a candidate can progress into the second year of a three-year UK degree if they hold a level 4 engineering qualification or join the course in the final year with a level 5 qualification.

This week, we are featuring progression routes with the Sheffield Hallam University. Further details are available in the recognition list (PDF, 9MB).

About the progression routes

Click on the subject area to find out more about the progression opportunities:

About the university

Sheffield Hallam has been voted as the best modern university in the north of the England (The Times and Sunday Times, 2015). With over 34,000 students from more than 100 countries, the University is a vibrant and diverse study destination. 

Courses are designed in consultation with partners in business, industry and the public sector, including links with around 65 professional bodies and many of the world’s leading brands including Sony, BP, Cisco, SAP and Microsoft. 

Over the past years, more than £100 million has been invested into new facilities including international standard sports pitches, new lecture theatres and new research facilities.

The city of Sheffield has been named as one of the safest, greenest and happiest places to live in the UK. It also has a much lower cost of living than other major UK cities.

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