Sheffield - Freshers' Event

Sheffield - Freshers' Event

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Hosted by the Cambridge Society of Sheffield
Thursday, 12 September 2019 - 7.00pm to 8.30pm BST
Open to: 
Graduate students
Undergraduates

The Cambridge Society of Sheffield warmly invites new students starting a course at Cambridge this autumn for informal drinks in Sheffield before the start of term. This is a great opportunity to prepare for university and make new friends before you arrive.

You can expect to meet alumni, recent graduates and current students, from whom you can get tips and advice for living and studying at Cambridge.

The event will be held at Sheffield Business School and will be followed by optional drinks at The Red Lion pub, which is a few minutes' walk away.

Refreshments: non-alcoholic drinks and nibbles will be provided, free of charge. Food and drinks can also be purchased from the venue (cash and credit/debit cards will be accepted)

Guests: you are welcome to bring a guest (such as a parent, guardian or friend)

Dress code: wear whatever you feel comfortable in

Booking information

How to book: click the 'Book now' button below and complete the online form

Deadline for booking: none

How to cancel: email the organiser

Price: 
free entry, alcohol-free drinks and nibbles; everyone pays for their own additional refreshments

Location

Venue 1: Stoddart Building (ground floor)
Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University
City Campus Arundel Gate
Sheffield
S1 2PT
United Kingdom
Venue 2 (optional): The Red Lion pub
109 Charles Street
Sheffield
S1 2ND
United Kingdom

Location information

Venue website: Sheffield Business School (City Campus) and The Red Lion pub

On arrival: ask venue staff for directions

Directions and transport: Sheffield Business School is in the Stoddart Building, on Arundel Gate, in the city centre. Easy if using bus, tram or train. For arrival by car the most convenient parking is in the Science Park car park, which is behind the Student Union Hubs. Because of the one-way system, the best access is via Furnival Street then Arundel Lane. The car park is at the end (where it meets Charles Street) and is about three minutes' walk to the Business School. It is a pay and display car park and is in three sections - the first section may be full, but if you carry on through there are two additional sections where spaces are usually available. Note that street meters and council car parks are a flat £1 after 4.30pm.

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