Start a postgrad journey this January
New year. New direction?
The start of a new year is often a great time to start a new journey. If recent events have given you reason to reflect and reconsider your career plans, a great place to start is postgraduate study with the University of Salford.
Whether you want to build on your undergraduate studies, you're thinking about research, or you're looking to take a new career direction altogether, our courses can help you to become a next-generation engineer, scientist, urbanist or consultant.
Make January the new September
Rising to the challenge of our changing world, our School of Science, Engineering and Environment has a range of exciting postgraduate courses starting this January that can be the start of your next journey. Many even offer flexible part-time routes too.
Don’t miss out on an opportunity to make 2023 the year you take your career potential further. Make January the new September - explore our courses now.
Refocus. Specialise. Prepare.
Our postgraduate courses are ideal for graduates or career-switchers looking to develop new knowledge and skills to take advantage of rewarding career opportunities in other industries.
Thrust yourself into the digital revolution with our Data Science degree designed specifically for students without a computer science background. Reposition your skills for a management or surveying role in the construction industry. Or perhaps COP26 has ignited your passion to fight climate change and an environment-focused degree is for you.
If you feel ready to step up to the next level in your existing career, our postgraduate courses can be a great way to enhance your existing technical knowledge and skills in preparation for more senior roles.
Many of our postgraduate courses are carefully designed to build on your undergraduate qualifications and enhance your existing technical knowledge. Master audio production or cyber security, expand your bioscience knowledge in our world-class Bodmer laboratories, or add an engineering specialism in a trending field such as robotics and automation.
Perhaps your plans are focused on research. If you no longer want to put off that brilliant idea, but you have been out of higher education for a while, one of our postgraduate courses can be perfect platform to refine your skill set and feel ready for future academic or industry-based research.
Whichever course you pick, be assured that all of our postgraduate courses include a research module where you can complete a unique piece of research and refine your analytical approach.
Build back better with a Built Environment degree
The pandemic has brought new perspectives to our built environment. If you are thinking about advancing your existing career for a more senior role, or you want take a new direction in the construction industry, our range of postgraduate courses are designed to help you succeed.
Building Surveying (MSc/PgDip)
Construction Management (MSc/PgDip)
Project Management in Construction (MSc/PgDip)
Quantity Surveying (MSc/PgDip)
Quantity Surveying (Mechanical and Electrical) (MSc/PgDip)
Join the Data Science revolution
Computer science and converging technology is rapidly reshaping our world. We've created a Data Science postgraduate degree to help you take a new direction into big data and digital transformation as prepare you for the evolution of data and information - whatever your industry
Fight climate change with Environmental Management
There has never been a better or more urgent time to find solutions to fight climate change and global environmental challenges. With an emphasis on authentic, experimental problem-based learning, and ‘big issues’ in environmental science, our postgraduate courses upskill graduates and professionals who share our passion for creating better environments for everyone.
Environmental Assessment and Management (MSc/PgDip)
Health and Global Environment (MSc/PgDip)
Safety, Health and Environment (MSc/PgDip)
Master Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly changes global industries. In January 2023, we're excited to launch our new specialised postgraduate degree that is designed to equip you with AI knowledge and skills to take advantage of emerging career pathways.
Master Audio Production
Learn about the brains behind beautiful audio experiences. If you have a background in music, sound and acoustics, why not consider adding to your skill set by mastering the studio.
Led by expert tutors, and delivered in world-class facilities at our MediaCityUK campus, our MSc Audio Production course puts you in control of designing and delivering exceptional sonic experiences.
The pandemic has changed we view and approach science forever. If you are looking to advance or specialise your current science career, or take a new direction into biosciences, see where our postgraduate science degrees can take you.
Available with full and part-time study routes, our science postgraduate courses are designed to equip science graduates and professionals with laboratory skills, critical-thinking and analytical techniques to thrive in the bioscience revolution.
Master Cyber Security
Cyber crime is a growing concern. If you have a background in computing, you might be interested in building additional skills in cyber security to take advantage of the exciting career opportunities on the horizon.
Cyber Security, Threat Intelligence and Forensics (MSc/PgDip)
Engineering is in our DNA.Through our pioneering research agenda, we’ve developed a range of specialist postgraduate engineering courses covering fields such as aviation, energy, and robotics and automation.
Featuring flexible learning pathways, and industry-focused curriculums, our courses are led by teams who are part of professional and research communities throughout the UK and beyond.
Advanced Control Systems (MSc/PgDip)
Aerospace Engineering (MSc/PgDip)
Petroleum and Gas Engineering (MSc/PgDip)
Join our next open day
A postgraduate degree is a rewarding investment in your future.
Learn more about January postgraduate courses by joining our next online open day on 17 November.
You can speak directly to course leaders, ask questions, explore course modules and consider your options.