Great to hear our history programmes have just been ranked 30th (out of 92 institutions) in their subject area in the Guardian University Guide 2018. The high position is a huge 52-place increase within the space of just two years. The rankings take into account a number of factors including teaching satisfaction, course satisfaction and staff to student ratio.
We have now learnt that the suspect named by Police, Salman Abedi, was a student of the University. This is a further shock to all of us, and we understand how this will affect all members of our University community.
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All at the University of Salford are shocked and saddened by the events of last night. Our thoughts are with all those involved, their families and their friends. We urge everyone to come together at this time and support all those affected by this tragic event.
Graduation is taking place this year 18-21st July, and we need your help us get some of our best student successes into the Press.
Colleagues are invited to a special private viewing of the What's in Store? exhibition at Salford Museum and Art Gallery this Wednesday (5-6pm). The What's in Store? exhibition will run until November and features artwork spanning half a century - from an L.S. Lowry oil painting to experimental digital pieces. It also features works by Bridget Riley, Patrick Caulfield and Lowry’s mentor Adolphe Valette alongside recent work by rising international stars such as Rachel Maclean, Cao Fei and Mishka Henner.
Earlier this month, the Students’ Union hosted their Annual Awards 2017 event at Victoria Warehouse. The event was particularly special this year as we're celebrating our 50th anniversary.
On 1st June colleagues from the School of Health Sciences are inviting researchers across the University to a showcase that takes a closer look at what it means to be an Early Career Researcher (ECR).
We’ve got lots of exciting (and mostly free!) events happening between now and 15th June as part of Create Salford 2017. The festival showcases the creativity, thought and production skills of our final year students at the School of Arts & Media.
From 1st September the University’s School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work and Social Sciences will change to the School of Health and Society.
As part of our Women’s Voice series of events, don’t miss the chance to put forward your questions to a select panel of speakers on Tuesday 6th June. The unique ‘Question Time’ style event will pull together female power players from across Greater Manchester to discuss hot topics that matter in the world of gender equality in the workplace.
Nearly 400,000 bikes are stolen every year in the UK, so it's really important that you know how to protect yours.
Thank to everyone who got involved this year to help make this the most successful National Student Survey campaign to date with a final response rate of 79%.
Last week colleagues from across the University welcomed Dr Sharifah Zarah Syed Ahmad for the first event in the Women’s Voice guest speaker series. Dr Sharifah Zarah shared her extensive experience as Secretary General of the Malaysian Ministry of Communications and Multimedia, and spoke to the group around the importance of digital fluency for women.
On Friday 19th May, a number of University students will be showcasing their work during an event called Collaborate at Texture in the Northern Quarter.