41 per cent of students at University of Sheffield are international, new ranking finds

Hallam sits lower at 13 per cent

41 per cent of students at the University of Sheffield are international, compared to Sheffield Hallam University’s 13 per cent.

Both of these numbers have remained the same from the past year, as shown in the Times Higher Education rankings.

Hallam does beat its’ counterpart in the number of female students, with women making up 55 per cent of its’ cohort.

Uni of Sheffield only slightly loses out marginally though, with 53 per cent of their students being female.

In the UK rankings, once again, the University of Sheffield sits higher up at 14th, whilst Hallam is ranked 91st.

The University of Sheffield is given the 114th spot of the best global universities. In comparison, Hallam is only given a generic bracket of 801-1000th.

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