See your future in engineering

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Are you looking for a career where you can change the world?

Look around you. The journeys we make. The buildings we inhabit. The electricity we use. Engineers make all of this happen. By turning ideas into reality, helping us access essential resources and find solutions us to reduce our impact on the planet, they engineer our future.

Becoming an engineer changes the way you see the world. You become more objective, develop critical thinking and get better at decision-making, skills that are in great demand in the professional world.

More than this, you also get a sense of achievement and the chance to say “I did that”. This experience starts with an engineering degree. Read on and discover more.

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At the University of Salford, we're passionate about nurturing new talent to make advancements in technology, transport, energy and robotics. If you're ready to start a career finding new solutions, make Salford your next step.

We've developed an exciting range of career-focused degree courses that offer specialisms in aeronautics, civil engineering, electrical and electronic engineering and mechanical engineering.

Be inspired by industry guest lectures and live projects. Visit impressive local projects and developments. Experience industry-led teaching, delivered from our new £65 million centre for engineering at our green campus just minutes from Manchester city centre.

Come and explore where you can engineer the future.

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Karina McNally - Electronic Engineering

"Start thinking about what lessons you enjoy the most and look into what kind of roles you could go in to.

I would say that it’s okay to change your mind, you don’t have to have it all figured out right now - Your future doesn’t need to be mapped out whilst at university, but it is a great place to start."