Our Postgraduate Courses

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Take the next step with the Salford School of Arts, Media and Creative Technology

A postgraduate taught degree gives you the opportunity to specialise further in something you’ve already studied at undergraduate level, it could provide an accreditation that could further your career, or alternatively give you the chance to take a different path and pursue a new role.

Take a look below at the range of courses on offer - from photography to politics, dance to digital technologies - or come and visit us at the next Postgraduate Open Day


Salford School of Arts, Media and Creative Technology: who we are

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We have part time studying options to offer you flexibility.


If you’re a Salford graduate, you’re entitled to 20% discount on tuition fees.


If you're looking for a career change you may not be required to have studied your first degree in a related subject.

Postgraduate research

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At the University of Salford, we are committed to solving many of the complex challenges society faces today, through pioneering challenge-led research and solutions-focused enterprise. We have a large community of research students across eight different research centres. All our researchers have access to our Doctoral School, where we offer student support and training to help you become the best researcher you can be.

Research degrees offer you the flexibility to carry out your own research project under direct supervision of an academic member of staff. You can study towards a Master of Philosophy (MPhil), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Professional Doctorate (DProf) or MSc by Research.

Our current students undertake research across a variety of topic areas including Art and Design, English and Creative Writing, Linguistics, Media, Music, Performance, Politics and Contemporary History.

Do you have any questions?

We're always here to help support you and answer any queries you may have. Get in touch with the team by emailing enquiries@salford.ac.uk or phone +44 (0)161 295 4545.