SHEFFIELD Hallam University has been rated best in the world for its internet-based courses, in a new set of international rankings compiled from the views of students.
Hallam also finished in the top three worldwide for satisfaction with both its student support services and student learning services.
The university was also rated first in the UK for satisfaction with finances and accounts for international students upon their arrival in the country, along with the quality of its laboratories.
It was in the top three in the UK for eight other measures, including satisfaction with international student support and both online and physical library facilities.
The results were published in the International Student Barometer, which tracked the opinions of students at 203 institutions worldwide.