Who should apply?
Applicants are normally expected to achieve either:
- a minimum of an upper-second class honours degree from an undergraduate course in an appropriate physical or biological science, science, mathematics or engineering
- a clinical qualification related to prosthetics, orthotics and the other relevant allied health disciplines, with additional evidence of skills in engineering and physical sciences (e.g. biomechanics, human gait)
We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. Please note that accessibility information about the University can be found on the DisabledGo app here: https://www.accessable.co.uk/organisations/university-of-salford.
The University utilises digital tools for access to learning, if you require any reasonable adjustments for your visit or study please let us know. For study related support see: https://www.salford.ac.uk/askus/our-services/disability-and-learner-support/prospective-students”.
The funding available is competitive and will only be awarded to an outstanding applicant. As part of the selection process, the strength of the whole application is taken into account, including academic qualifications, personal statement, CV and references.
Interested? Please contact CDT@Salford.ac.uk