On Friday and Saturday, we’re delighted to be partnering with CBBC for their Summer Social free event and showcasing our fabulous campus facilities.
ACADEMICS are “excited” by an invitation to contribute to one of Salford’s “most amazing” developmental projects.
Clifford Whitworth Library will be closed overnight on Tuesday 11th Wednesday 12th July for maintainance work. The library will shut at 6pm on both days and re-open at 8am the following morning.
A PhD student has just returned from working at an altitude training camp with some of the best athletes the UK has to offer.
As part our 50th anniversary celebrations we’re extremely proud to announce the 67 for 67 campaign. Our goal is to create 67 scholarships and bursaries for Salford students - and we're asking for your help.
Congratulations to Dean Hisham Elkadi and the School of the Built Environment for gaining formal approval of the B.Sc. (Hons) Architecture from the Architecture Registration Board (ARB).
Join us next month at Sparkle, the largest annual national transgender event in the world, for a vibrant week-long celebration of gender diversity.
Preparations are well underway for Graduation - the key event in the University’s calendar which will take place from 18-21 July 2017.
Salford Languages, our English Language and Modern Foreign Languages teaching Centre in the International Business Development Office, provides language learning opportunities in seven of the top ten most important languages for the UK’s future – Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish.
I’m happy to announce that applications are now open for academic colleagues to be promoted to Professors or Readers. This is an opportunity to recognise and reward significant contributions by our academic colleagues.
Throughout the year Directorate of Student and Academic Support (DSAS) colleagues have been raising money as part of their commitment to support Salford charities.
Earlier this month we shared with you news about our new crowdfunding hub and its first project, Salford Knowledge 4 Change. As we reach our halfway point we’re pleased to tell you a great start has been made, with a substantial amount of our total being raised in the first week. This was thanks to everyone that shared our messages on social media and decided to support after seeing our news coverage on BBC’s North West Tonight.
Congratulations to Hazel Clegg, Sarah Boulter and Rika Jones, three PG Contemporary Fine Art students who were recently selected for fellowships from the British Council to work in the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, a world renowned arts exhibition.
To celebrate our 50th anniversary, the Archieves and Special Collections team have just launched a collection of rare films on our Digital Repository. All the footage has been digitally restored and provides a unique snapshot of just how much the University has changed over the decades.
I am delighted to let you know that the English Language Centre (ELC) within Salford Languages has been declared number one in the country for teaching, out of all British Council accredited institutions. This puts us above the likes of Russell Group institutions such as UCL, Kings College and Sheffield Hallam. The league table was drawn following stringent inspections of all providers, meetings with key individuals and classroom observation. Across all 545 accredited and non-accredited institutions analysed, we come seventh – again a fantastic achievement.