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Celebrating 50 years of the University of Salford

Celebrating 50 years of the University of Salford

Published: Monday 5 December 2016

Next year, the University celebrates its 50th anniversary and we’re asking for your stories from your time at Salford. These will be featured on a dedicated website that will both...
Student named rising star in Cyber Security

Student named rising star in Cyber Security

Published: Monday 5 December 2016

A Computer Science student has been named a rising star in her profession by Cyber World magazine.Milda Petraityte juggles studying part time for an MSc in Information Security management, with...
Budding politicians to receive mentoring from Labour MP

Budding politicians to receive mentoring from Labour MP

Published: Monday 5 December 2016

Salford students hoping to pursue a career in politics will be mentored by Bolton Labour MP the Rt Hon Yasmin Qureshi.The four – Aliny Campos, Abdullah Mustafa, Neil Jones and...
PhD student Danielle wins Green Gown Award for ground-breaking research on fuel poverty

PhD student Danielle wins Green Gown Award for ground-breaking research on fuel poverty

Published: Wednesday 30 November 2016

PhD student Danielle Butler has won the Research and Development category at this year’s Green Gown Awards for her ground-breaking work on fuel poverty.Established in 2004, the Green Gown...
Prove your IT skills with free ‘Microsoft Office Specialist’ certification

Prove your IT skills with free ‘Microsoft Office Specialist’ certification

Published: Monday 28 November 2016

Our free ‘Microsoft Office Specialist’ certification can prove to employers that you have the key IT skills they require and help you stand out from the crowd at the same...
PhD student Natasha publishes paper in leading Natural Science journal

PhD student Natasha publishes paper in leading Natural Science journal

Published: Tuesday 22 November 2016

PhD student Natasha Hadgraft has published a major scientific study on the functionality of heart cells in leading natural science journal, Nature Communications.For the study, Natasha used...
Run the 3K Festive Fun Run to raise money for Kidscan

Run the 3K Festive Fun Run to raise money for Kidscan

Published: Tuesday 22 November 2016

As Christmas is the season of giving, why not take part in our 3K Festive Fun Run to raise money for children’s cancer charity, Kidscan?Organised by the Sports Centre,...
International Cafe closes for the semester

International Cafe closes for the semester

Published: Friday 18 November 2016

International Café, which takes place on Wednesday evenings at 5pm, has now closed for this semester. Look out for news about our Christmas event for International students, which we’ll...
Postgraduate students: tell us your thoughts on welcome

Postgraduate students: tell us your thoughts on welcome

Published: Wednesday 16 November 2016

If you’re a postgraduate student, we would love to hear what you thought of your welcome to university.We’re keen to ensure that every student has the best welcome into the...
Students enjoy spectacular scenery on Swiss field trip

Students enjoy spectacular scenery on Swiss field trip

Published: Thursday 10 November 2016

A group of second year students visited three glaciers and two glacial lakes on a ‘once in a lifetime’ trip to the breath-taking town of Zermatt in Switzerland.The Geography...

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