Dear colleagues I wanted to let you know that following a period of engagement with colleagues in our three science schools and support by Senate, Council have given careful consideration to VCET’s proposal to unify the three science schools: the School of the Built Environment, the School of Computing, Science and Engineering and the School of Environment and Life Sciences.
The University of Salford has been recognised with a top award for its partnership working with other Greater Manchester universities providing undergraduate nursing programmes.
Giant twister, a soapbox derby, stow-stopping student gig and dodgeball tournament – just a few of the activities our new students sampled at this year’s Welcome Week. The message was simple, Welcome Home, and colleagues pulled out all the stops to make new starters feel as comfortable and ‘at home’ as possible.
Have you visited the New Adelphi Theatre yet? The space has just released its first ever programmed season, which aims to reflect the diversity of our performing arts courses, our film and media, creative writing, playwriting and scriptwriting courses and our art and design courses.
Join Salford Proud this Sunday 23 September as we celebrate Bi Visibility Day! We have a day of events planned including a LGBT+ Picnic, an exhibition celebrating bisexual artists and a talk from Steve Ratcliff on being a bisexual ally.
Great news - we’ve just climbed an impressive seven places in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.
As we enter our first week of teaching, I wanted to follow up on my Student Experience update earlier this week with further information on our new approach to attendance monitoring.
If you were not able to attend the independent advice sessions on Monday 10 September, you can now access the slides and video content here...
It was all systems go on Monday (18 September) when BBC News took over our MediaCity UK campus for a Brexit special. With just six months to go until the UK leaves the EU the broadcaster coordinated a jam-packed day of debate, even interviewing our fantastic business, journalism and politics students on their views about Brexit.
We are delighted to announce that it is now possible to apply for Erasmus+ funding for job shadowing, teaching and training placements. For 2018/19 there is €25,000 of funding available for ALL staff across both academic and professional services.
As lead educational partner of Manchester Science Festival (October 18 -28) we’re delighted to share a sneak peek of what’s in store. But with more than 100 events to choose from, where to start?
Supporting student development and success are integral to Salford Curriculum+. As we develop a distinctive and accessible education and student experience, we continue to utilise new components to measure and support student engagement and retention.
Interdisciplinary Creativity in a Multisensory and Multimodal Framework 4th October, 18:00-19:00 Chapman Lecture Theatre 6
In this special Welcome Week edition of Salford Speaks student blogger Rhys Blanchard chats to Professor Helen Marshall about her time at University and what new students can expect when studying here at Salford. She also tells about us her journey to becoming Vice-Chancellor, as well as a few exciting things on the horizon.
The University has signed up to Advance HE’s Race Equality Charter, formally run by the Equality Challenge Unit. The Race Equality Charter (REC) aims to improve the representation, progression and success of minority ethnic staff and students within higher education.