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    Established in 1897, the University of Sheffield is a public research university located in the city of Sheffield. It is a member of the Russell Group of research-led universities, and also one of the UK’s original “redbrick” universities. The University of Sheffield was founded on the small donations of Sheffield factory workers hoping a university would help their children, health, and local economy. Today the university has around 25,000 students, including around 3,800 international students from 130 countries, and employs approximately 6,500 staff. The university has an excellent alumni network and lays claim to five Nobel Prize winners among its alumni and faculty. Some famous alumni include -  authors Hilary Mantel and Lee Child,  Olympic gold-winner Jessica Ennis-Hill, the first woman to fly solo from Britain to Australia, Amy Johnson, amongst others. The university is the leading institution in fields such as systems engineering, smart materials, and stem cell technology in a network of research universities around the world. Also, several big firms including Boeing, Rolls-Royce and The Welcome Trust, are big investors because of its engineering strength. 

    Student Accommodation near University of Sheffield
    The University of Sheffield has Halls of Residence at two separate sites: Ranmoor/Endcliffe, and the City. If you’re a first-year student, you are guaranteed University accommodation, and there are presently around 5,500 places available across mentioned sites. The bulk of accommodations are en-suite rooms with a shared kitchen, shared bathrooms, but larger deluxe rooms and studio apartments are also available. 

    Those students who are not able to get a room in the halls of residence or who don’t want to live in them can opt a purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA). These are private student accommodation near University of Sheffield located at a walking distance from the campus and also quite close to the city centre. For example- iQ Steel is one such student home which is just an 8-minutes’ walk away from the university campus. 

    Types of student rooms near University of Sheffield
    Aspirants who have accepted the offer letter from the University of Sheffield can now look for varied types of student-specific homes. You can visit various student accommodation websites such as University Living which offers both shared living spaces with individual beds available for each occupant and also studio rooms with some extra privacy. Students can also opt for a room in a shared apartment or a shared room both of which comes equipped with all the basic amenities. Other areas include fully-functional kitchen, lounge area, laundry room, bike storage area, games room, and more. To ensure that the students don’t worry about mundane chores like dishwashing, some accommodations also facilitate a dishwasher and breakfast or lunch facilities. 

    Where are these student accommodations located?
    Students studying or opting to study at the University of Sheffield can find these student homes at multiple locations. The student accommodation near University of Sheffield are available in good neighbourhoods such as High field, City Centre, South Yorkshire, Edward Street, amongst others. During weekends the students can visit the Peak District, a national park and area of outstanding beauty, as it is quite close to the city. And the best part of living here is that the city is within striking distance of other major cities in the North of England, including Newcastle, Leeds, and Manchester. You can travel to these cities quite easily as Sheffield offers great public transport connectivity, with bus and train stations located at a walking distance. The strategic location of these properties will also put you in close proximity to plenty of bars, cafes, and restaurants so you can build your social life as well.