Earlier this month, the University celebrated the work of Journalism students in the heart of the BBC’s Northern HQ, Quay House.
BBC Radio 6 music DJ, Marc Riley called our students 'great' and said he would love to work with them again, after they helped put his music programme, All Shook Up, on the air.
A new feature length documentary filmed in Nepal will be showcased around the country, following the hard work of Salford PhD student, Laura Ager, who negotiated with the film’s distributor to organise screenings around the UK.
The work of Salford Television and Radio students was praised by TV, Radio and Entertainment figures earlier this month at the BAFTARS (BA Film and Television Awards).
A Salford student, Marina Machado, has been selected out of more than 600 nominees as the winner of the UK Student Employee of the Year Awards. Marina will be recognised for her work as a part of a Salford Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) scheme at a glittering ceremony in Liverpool on 2 July 2015.
On June 28, the legendary Castle Irwell closed its gates for the last time. For the last 42 years, the student village has been home to an estimated 40,000 students and has gained iconic status.
Northern businesses were given expert advice on how to create opportunities in the high growth markets of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Kuwait at an event held at the University of Salford on the 8th of June.
A University of Salford Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) has been awarded an outstanding rating - the highest possible - by an independent panel of assessors from Innovate UK. This exceptional rating is given to a very small percentage of KTP projects, signifying the highest quality of collaboration.
We are sad to report that Sir John Horlock, our former Vice-Chancellor, died on 22 May, aged 87 years.
We are immensely saddened to let you know of the death of Professor Sheila Whiteley, who passed away on Saturday 6 June at the age of 74.
Balfour Beatty and Kier Construction were the big winners at the ‘North West Regional Construction Awards’ (NWRCA) last week, Thursday 4 June, after picking up three awards for its work on North West projects.
Salford is now officially a Social Enterprise City. At an event held at the University of Salford’s MediaCity campus, social enterprises, businesses and local residents were joined by Clive Hirst the founder of the Social Enterprise Places movement, Salford City Mayor, Ian Stewart and Chancellor of the University of Salford, Jackie Kay, to celebrate the city’s designation as the North West’s first Social Enterprise City.
HOME, a newly-opened union of the Cornerhouse and The Library Theatre, will hold its first co-commission with the University of Salford at 4PM today.
University of Salford fashion students have won a prestigious clothing industry award for the third time.