The city is in a central UK location with excellent road links via the M1 and M62.
Direct rail links mean that Sheffield is only 2:05 hrs from London.
Sheffield has three international airports nearby: Leeds/Bradford, East Midlands and Manchester.
There are great bus and Supertram services running throughout the day and throughout the city, linking the University to all major city attractions.
You will be able to book university accommodation as part of the registration process, and the nights available will be Sunday, 16th July to Wednesday, 19th July inclusive.
Options will be:
Student accommodation, single, en suite, B&B basis, in Burbage, Endcliffe Apartments, priced at £41.
Hotel accommodation, single, en suite, B&B basis, in the Halifax Hall Hotel, priced at £62.50.
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Address: The Edge at the Endcliffe Village, University of Sheffield, 34 Endcliffe Crescent, Sheffield, S10 3ED, UK
Home to over half-a-million people including more than 60,000 students, Sheffield is situated centrally in the UK and is Englandís fourth largest city. Bordering the beautiful Peak District National Park, itís a city of stunning landscapes - the greenest in Europe. There are seven hills, five rivers and more park and woodland than any other UK city. In the heart of Sheffield, pedestrian shopping areas lead to public gardens and squares. Museums, galleries and theatres share these spaces alongside a great selection of bars and cafťs. The city is home to several important galleries and museums which have close links with the Tate and the V&A in London. Three distinctive venues form one of the most important theatre complexes in the UK which have been named the best outside London for two years running. Sheffield can also boast the largest independent cinema outside London in the form of The Showroom. Sheffield was the UKís first National City of Sport and has a long sporting heritage including the oldest football club in the world. Itís a rich, diverse, multicultural city which is proud of its reputation for being one of the friendliest and safest major cities in the UK.
The conference dinner will be held in the Cutlers' Hall in central Sheffield on Tuesday evening. The dress code for the dinner is smart (no jeans, T-shirts, trainers, etc, please), and badges must be worn. Pre-dinner drinks will be served at 7 pm, with dinner at 7.30 pm. The event will end at 11 o'clock.