Studying Business courses at Salford
Congratulations on your offer to study at Salford! We can't wait for you to join us.
Get a flavour of what to expect as a Business student by reading our dedicated student success stories and learn all about the unmatched opportunities available with the Business School.
Three good reasons to study at Salford
Choose to take a work placement. You'll earn money, you won't pay University fees and you'll build up some great experience for after graduation
Study in a supportive environment where the staff know you by name and your fellow students become your friends for live
Learn in our green campus, minutes from Manchester city centre – voted the UK’s most liveable city
BUILDING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS AT SALFORD BUSINESS SCHOOL
Salford Business School is committed to ensuring you graduate with the skills and resources needed in order for you to land a thriving, exciting and lucrative career within your chosen industry. Not only do we equip you with academic knowledge of your subject, but we will also ensure you have the professional skills and experience needed to join the business sector. In order to achieve this, you will have access to:
- A paid work placement year in your chosen field
- Internship opportunities
- Mock assessment centres
- VR body-swap technology to practice interview skills which can then be watched back, reviewed and learnt from
- Business simulation suites
- Business challenges
- Mock interviews and practice networking
- Launch@Salford - Have an idea for a business? Visit our very own incubation centre for business start-ups. Get advice from experts and watch your business grow
What will my weekly schedule be like?
Your weekly timetable will vary from term to term and from year to year depending on what modules you are studying. Classes can be scheduled for any day of the week between 9am and 6pm, however, we do as much as we can to groups classes together and the University does not schedule teaching on Wednesday afternoons so that students can participate in clubs, societies and extracurricular activities. Most students are in three or maximum four days a week.
You also need to schedule in personal study time when you will be reading, writing assignments or working with your fellow classmates on group work.
You will get your timetable at the start of each year.
How many contact hours will I have each week?
Contact time with your tutors varies by course but you will have a minimum 10 hours per week of required attendance. You'll study three modules per semester, each with three hours of classes per week (a one-hour lecture and a two-hour seminar) plus one hour of course-specific guided study to make up your 10 hours of attendance.
Large group lectures provide an opportunity to introduce key concepts before you explore these in more detail in smaller group classes (seminars). The small group classes take an interactive approach to ensure your learning can be applied in a real world context. If you want further help from your tutors with that week's work, there are also opportunities for one-to-one sessions with them.
Will the university help me to find work experience and placements?
While students are responsible for finding their own work experience and industry placements, the dedicated Business School employability team will guide and support you through the process. Industry experience not only enables you to apply your knowledge in real-world situations but allows you to form those vital connections early on in your career. We have links with a range of leading organisations and will help you in securing your placement with support such as CV writing and interview skills.
Are there any relevant student-run societies?
There is a Business Society, run by students based in the Business School. In addition, the Salford students Enactus group gives you opportunities to develop your skills by working on community projects. The University of Salford Students’ Union is home to a huge range of societies and teams you might be interested in; they’re a great way to meet people and make friends.
YOUR COURSE IN DETAIL
To learn more about your course, visit our coursefinder pages below:
BSc (Hons) Business Management
BSc (Hons) International Business Management
BSc (Hons) Business with Human Resource Management
BSc (Hons) Business Management with Marketing
BSc (Hons) Business Management with Law
BSc (Hons) Business Management with Finance
BSc (Hons) Business Management with Economics
BSc (Hons) Business Management with Innovation and Technology
BSc (Hons) Business Management with Sport
BSc (Hons) Business with Supply Chain and Project Management
BSc Business Management with Entrepreneurship
HND Esports Business Management with BSc Top-up