We work with a range of partners and organisations including HEPP and HeppSY
Higher Education at our Partner Colleges
Sheffield Hallam works in partnership with a number of Further Education Colleges who provide University validated courses such as Foundation Degrees, Certificates of Higher Education (Cert HE), as well as full degrees. Upon successful completion of either a Foundation Degree or a Cert HE, you may then be able to ‘top up’ to a full honours degree at Sheffield Hallam.
Our validated courses are available in a range of subject areas including Art and Design, Media, Performing Arts, Public Services, Education, Sport, Business, Events & Tourism, Fashion, Health and Social Care, Bioscience and Biochemistry, Games Design, Computing, Photography and Engineering.
What is a Foundation Degree and a Certificate in Higher Education?
A Foundation Degree is typically a level 4/5 vocational qualification equivalent to the first and second year of an honours degree. A Foundation Degree typically takes two years to complete with a further year ‘top up’ to make it a full honours degree.
A Certificate in Higher Education is typically a level 4 qualification and is equivalent to the first full year of a full-time degree programme. Upon successful completion, you can typically progress on to a relevant full Batchelors Degree.
Our Partner Colleges
Sheffield Hallam University validated courses are available at the following colleges:
- Barnsley College
- Chesterfield College
- Derby College Group
- DN Colleges Group – Doncaster College and North Lindsey College
- National College for Advanced Transport and Infrastructure
- RNN Group – Dearne Valley College, North Notts College and Rotherham College
- UCEN Manchester
- University Campus Oldham
- Sheffield College
- The Trafford Colleges Group – Stockport College and Trafford College
To find out more about the foundation courses available at our Partner colleges and entry requirements, please contact the college directly.
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HeppSY and Hepp
HeppSY and Hepp work in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University, University of Sheffield and targeted schools and colleges to support students to make an informed decision about their future.
HeppSY is part of the uni connect programme funded by the Office of Students.
Hepp is a sister project to HeppSY and is jointly funded by Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Sheffield.