Information for current students
ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
Want advice about your written assignments in semester 2? Surgery support slots for queries about your writing style, structure etc are available throughout this semester from the Writing Advisory Service. If you feel interested in this support, please email Pat Goodall direct to arrange a personal appointment (email@example.com). PLEASE NOTE! You will need to take your unmarked coursework, to your meeting with Pat.
Information and course material for students studying at all undergraduate levels and on postgraduate taught programmes can be accessed via MOLE (My Online Learning Environment). Please follow the link below and log-in using your user name and password.
You can also see CURRENT STUDENT HANDBOOKS (2012-13)
The Department has a dedicated Enquiry Desk to assist you with general queries about your course. It is located in the departmental foyer and their opening hours are:
Monday to Friday, 09:30-14:30
Tel: (0114 22)26403
The University Careers service offers a wide range of support for students in all years of study. Usual opening hours are:
Monday to Friday: 9.00 - 5.00pm (except Tuesday 11.00am - 5.pm)
You can also book advice session up to five days in advance by visiting the Careers Service or by phoning (0114 22) 20910.
Opportunity for last year students thanks to the Daiwa Scholarships 2013, the closing date for applications is 6th Dec 2012.
The US-UK Fulbright Commission and US Department of State has announced the return of the "US Summer Institutes for British students".
There are two new and exciting programmes running in 2013:
The Department is based in the Elmfield Building , which is normally open Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 18:00, both during semesters and most holiday periods.
A weekly departmental newsletter is circulated by email to all students during semester time. Copies of the most recent issues can be found at www.sheffield.ac.uk/socstudies/current/newsletters.
The Sociological Studies Employability Strategy reflects the aim of the wider University Employability Strategy that our students will graduate with.