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Meet Sheffield Hallam University Reps in Enugu & Lagos | On-the-spot Application, Visa Counselling & £3,000 Automatic Fee Discount Available



Want to study in one of UK’s best modern universities in January and September 2016? Meet Sheffield Hallam University’s Nigerian representatives in Enugu and Lagos for a face-to-face conversation about course options, application procedure, available scholarships, and much more!

The University, located in the student-friendly city of Sheffield, UK, is also offering a £3,000 automatic fee discount to all Nigeria domiciled students when they apply to any full-time taught undergraduate or postgraduate courses starting in the academic year 2015/16 and 2016/17.

You can meet us in Enugu and Lagos for more information. Participation is Free!

Date: Wednesday 14th & Thursday 15th October, 2015
Time: 10 AM – 4 PM
Venue: UKEAS Nigeria, Enugu Suite B8, First Floor, Bethel Plaza, 36 Garden Avenue, Enugu
Call: 08097619390 | Email: [email protected]

Date: Mondays – Fridays
Time: 9 AM – 5 PM
Venue: Sheffield Hallam University Nigeria Office, 3rd Floor, 76 Opebi Road Ikeja, Lagos
Call: 08074094965, 08074094970 | Email: [email protected] | Website:

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  1. happynigeria

    October 14, 2015 at 9:43 am

    Ehen! They’ve come fishing see how she is smiling….when you answer their call and get over there, they will treat you like crap. I studied in University of Sheffield, was in the Economics dept and the racism there was very glaring, both staff and native student were full of shit. I don’t know much about Sheffield Hallam but the difference wouldn’t be much if there is any at all. I may be wrong……just so you know.

    • Peaceful Peace

      October 14, 2015 at 2:48 pm

      Sheffield Hallam was great! My classmates were awesome too. No racism, could have been the way you carried yourself because my 2 flatmates were at University of Sheffield (non Nigerians) and really cool.

      Sheffield is a cool, laid back city with not very many tertiary institutions like London or Manchester, so you might find the natives a little bit conservative because the population isn’t as diluted with International students/immigrants. This does not necessarily mean they’re racist. If you ever have this feeling it would be better to hang out with “tiwa tiwa” naija kinda peeps.

      Once in a while however, you might come across the obnoxious kind of native. Abeg if they come near you with their annoying attitude, give it back to them (verbally of course). If you spark for them once they will give you your space.

  2. Dee-there-seems-to-now-be-2-Dees :)

    October 14, 2015 at 3:51 pm

    One of the biggest mistakes I’ve seen people make is applying to one school, and literally putting all their eggs in one basket- apart from the obvious “what if you don’t get in?”, you also limit your chances at landing great funding

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