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New courses at Sheffield Hallam University

Sheffield Hallam UniversitySheffield Hallam University, (SHU), has introduced two new courses in addition to its 750 courses for the next academic season. The newly-introduced courses are BSc (Honours) International Sport Business Management and MSc Mobile Computing Applications.

The university will also be accepting applications for the remaining seats for its graduate and undergraduate programmes for the September-2012 intake. In India, SHU has student-exchange programmes with Symbiosis International University (Symbiosis Institute of International Business), Pune and T A Pai Management Institute, Manipal.

Sudha Toppo, Regional Coordinator said, “Good quality students from India continue to choose to study at Sheffield Hallam, due to the specialised career-orientated courses and curriculums which we offer. In addition, the number of Indian students joining us over the last couple of years have been in line with our forecasting. Out team in New Delhi will support students with their applications and make the transition to study with us as easy as possible.”

New courses
BSc International Sport Business Management: The sports industry is expanding rapidly due to the growth of global brands, sports equipment, sponsorship, broadcasting, sports travel and tourism, and the legacy of major sporting events such as the Olympics.

Efficient business and management systems are essential for any sports organisation, creating a demand for graduates with knowledge of the sports industry and business management.

This course integrates key business management theories with current sport management research, using real life case studies as examples. The course is for international students with an appropriate foundation degree in a business-related area such as Business, Finance, Tourism or Hospitality.

MSc Mobile Computing Applications: MSc Mobile Computing Application is one where advances in Internet and Web technologies together with the arrival of mobile computing operating systems such as iOS and Android, have led to a new wave of enhanced applications that have the potential to change the way computers are used. This course covers the development and application of new mobile technologies.

Students build knowledge and expertise on platforms, architectures, development frameworks and the technologies for mobile applications. It is an ideal course for existing industry professionals wishing to further develop their skills or to begin a career in mobile applications. It is also a course for graduates in Computer Science, Software Engineering or Network Programming.

SHU has a dedicated office in New Delhi to support students and partnership institutions. It continues to develop new partnerships with Indian institutions and the university’s academic staff travel frequently to nurture these relationships and often deliver guest lecturers to students.

The university provides its Indian students global exposure with programmes supported by excellent work placements related to their subject of study.

In addition to this, the international students can live within the comforts of excellent accommodation, a short walking distance of the campus .The application form for the September-2012 intake can be downloaded from the SHU’s website — www.shu.ac.uk or be collected in person from the regional centre in New Delhi. The last date for submission of forms is September 30, 2012.

Sheffield Hallam University (SHU), established in 1843, is a progressive university in the United Kingdom. Known for its academic excellence and value-based education, SHU is currently offering 750+ courses to 35,000 students including 4,250 international students from 120 different countries.

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