This year has seen a change in the way we work and at the University of Salford we have been working on a new way of keeping you up-to-date with what is going on in and around campus. We bring you our 'new look' online Launchpad.
Discover more about our University with some of our Salford Successes and Student Stories. You will also find information on outreach and collaboration opportunities, as well as key information and resources for teachers and careers advisors.
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Applicant Support Sessions
We know that in the current situation, your students can’t come along and visit us on campus or listen to a talk at your school or college, so we've added a range of video presentations to our website to help introduce your students to key topics around going to university.
We run a range of events throughout the year to give your students plenty of opportunity to explore our University, learn about the courses we have on offer and discover more about student life at Salford, from large scale Open Days to smaller, bespoke virtual presentations.
We have a range of new courses available for 2021 intake that your students may be interested in. See the accordion below for links to the new courses.
An update for our Business Management Programmes
For more information on how our Business Management programmes are changing, see here.
BSc (Hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Suitable for students studying engineering courses, mathematics or a numerate science and who have desire to follow a career in electronics. See programme flyer here.
BSc (Hons) Environmental Geography
Suitable for students who are interested in the broad fields of geography and environmental management, with passion for sustainability, climate change and related areas. For the more adventurous student, there is an optional opportunity to spend a year in the USA. See programme flyer here.
BA (Hons) Intelligence Analysis
Following on from our well-established postgraduate programmes in Terrorism and Security, and Intelligence and Security Studies, from September 2021 we’ll be offering a new BA (Hons) course in Intelligence Analysis. There are no specific subjects required at L3 for this course, just a minimum of 96 UCAS points. See programme flyer here.
BSc (Hons) Microbiology with Foundation Year
The foundation year pathway is ideal for those looking to study Microbiology, but don’t meet the criteria for direct entry to an honours degree or have the appropriate background knowledge. See programme flyer here.
BSc (Hons) Professional Policing
The routes into policing are changing, you now have to have a COP approved professional qualifications to join the force. This programme is suitable for students looking to work not only in the police, but in the criminal justice sector too. There are no specific L3 subject required to study this course. See programme flyer here.
Our response to the pandemic
2020 will certainly be a year to remember! We have all experienced the strangest of times, we've had to adapt and change in order to function within the 'new normal', to enable us to work and live in a very different environment. Here you can read about our response and what we have been doing to help and support those in need during this time.
To find out more about what the University is doing to support current and prospective students visit Student FAQs