Explore Engineering with Salford
Are you looking for a career where you can change the world? For centuries, engineers have shaped the way we live, work and travel. As we watch the COVID-19 pandemic reshape our world, it is a reminder that we always need new ideas - and right now, we need more engineers.
Studying engineering changes the way you see the world. You become more objective, develop critical thinking and get better at decision-making. But you also get a sense of achievement, and the chance to say “I did that”. This life-changing experience starts with an engineering degree.
Study engineering at Salford
The University of Salford is a great place to study engineering. Since 1896, we've been at the heart of educating skilled engineers and building knowledge through industry collaboration.
Today, we offer degree courses in aeronautics, acoustics, civil engineering, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. Many feature foundation year entry and integrated Masters pathways. All include the option to boost your skills with an industry placement.
Take this opportunity to explore how Salford can transform your engineering knowledge and skills. Hopefully, we'll see you at our next open day so we can tell you more.
Aeronautical and Aircraft Engineering
Explore our aeronautical and aircraft engineering courses
Acoustics and Audio
Explore our acoustics and audio courses
- BEng Acoustical and Audio Engineering
- BEng Acoustical and Audio Engineering with Professional Experience
- BEng Acoustical and Audio Engineering with Foundation Year
- MEng Acoustical and Audio Engineering
- BSc Sound Engineering and Production
- BSc Sound Engineering and Production with Professional Experience
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Explore our electrical and electronic engineering
Ready to study this September?
If you are ready to apply for one of our engineering courses starting in September 2021, here are some UCAS quick links:
Plan to study in 2022?
Choosing what to study at uni can be a big step, so it's never too early to start planning.
Learn more about studying engineering at our next Open Day.
You can speak directly to course leaders, ask questions, and consider your options.