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The University of Sheffield (unofficially The University of Sheffield or TUOS) is a public research university in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. Its history can be traced back to Sheffield Medical School in 1828, Faith College in 1879 and Sheffield Technical School in 1884. Sheffield University College was subsequently formed by the merger of the three colleges, and was awarded the Royal Charter in 1897. In 1905, King Edward VII was established at the University of Sheffield by King Edward VII.
Sheffield is composed of 50 academic departments, which are divided into five departments and one international department. The agency’s 2018-19 annual revenue was 677.2 million pounds, of which 154.8 million pounds came from research grants and contracts, and expenditure was 657.9 million pounds. The University of Sheffield is one of the top 10 universities in the UK for research funding. According to new data released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), Sheffield has become the UK's top university in engineering research income and investment. It is one of the top 7 universities in the UK for postgraduate admissions, as well as University College London (UCL), King's University Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh and Oxford.
The university is one of the earliest red brick universities and is a member of the Russell Group of research universities, the global university network, the N8 group of eight research universities in northern England, and the White Rose University Alliance. In the past 15 years, Sheffield has been ranked as one of the top 100 universities in the world by QS. In 2019, the university was ranked 22nd in Europe for its outstanding teaching ability.
Sheffield has eight Nobel Prize winners, of which six are alumni or former permanent staff of the school. They contributed to the development of penicillin, the discovery of the citric acid cycle, the research of high-speed chemical reactions, the discovery of introns in eukaryotic DNA, the discovery of fullerenes, and the development of molecular machines. The alumni also include several heads of state, ministers of the interior, judges of the Court of Appeal, Booker Prize winners, astronauts and Olympic gold medalists.