A pan-European university consortium, led by Salford Business School, is joining forces to tackle the digital skills gap with the launch of a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) "Digital and Social Media Marketing".
The course is designed to allow individuals and businesses to analyse, plan, execute and evaluate digital marketing activities.
Arts and Media students from the University of Salford have given Salford’s former police headquarters an ‘arresting’ new facelift.
Project reduces nuisance from city gyms
A SALFORD University scientist is informing the US Presidential Task Force on its campaign against fraud and illegal practices in the fishing industry.
A new partnership between University of Salford academics, Disability Rights UK and University of Dundee is set to launch a series of events that will help disabled people enter the world of entrepreneurship.
YOUNG women aspiring to be engineers received a taste of their future careers thanks to the University of Salford and the Royal Engineering Academy.
Comedy legend Josh Weinstein among industry names at Media City
Human-generated electricity installation among highlights of 10-day showcase of discovery
Rock star Liam Fray returns to alma mater for Graduation honour
CHANNEL 4 News this evening (Tuesday 14 July) will feature a special report on ground-breaking research on wildlife in radioactive Chernobyl, led by the School of Environment & Life Sciences at the University of Salford.
The University of Salford is celebrating a remarkable hat-trick after three of its students scooped coveted places on the BBC’s flagship training programme.
Last month, the University of Salford hosted a ‘statistical analysis system’ (SAS) Forum at MediaCityUK, which brought together programmers, analysts and data scientists from across the industry, the public sector and academia to look at the latest developments in SAS technology.
Graduating and gaining your degree is one thing, making your way in the world of business is a whole new challenge. Now though, thanks to a partnership between Salford Business School and the prestigious North West Finance Awards, there's a new way for promising students to shine and get noticed.
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.