Sheffield Hallam University
- Published: Thursday, 30 January 2014 12:18
- Written by Joseph
Sheffield Hallam University has a long-established and proven track record of successful partnerships with business.
"We pride ourselves on our problem-solving culture that can bridge disciplinary boundaries, unlocking new solutions."
Our wide range of academic expertise attracts partner organisations from across a range of industries including household names: Adidas, BOC, Nestlé, Network Rail, the NHS, PepsiCo, and Rolls-Royce as well as UK brands, regional companies of all sizes, and start-ups.
Partnerships take many different forms: we bring world-leading research to solve business challenges; we jointly design education programmes that meet current and emerging business needs for their workforce; we also develop courses that produce enterprising graduates and students with the skills and knowledge to make a significant contribution to business.
There are some characteristics that define every one of our business relationships. We strive to be approachable, fast-moving, relevant and flexible. We pride ourselves on our problem-solving culture that can bridge disciplinary boundaries, unlocking new solutions.
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