The University of Salford enjoys a long-standing tradition of working in partnership in order to deliver its mission and meet the needs of the communities it serves. Whether it be local or international, educational or business partnerships, the University has for a long time, recognised the value partners add to the delivery of its core activities and strategic objectives.
This is reflected in the University’s current ICZ strategy, where we commit to:
“Developing and supporting a network of key school, college and university partners to support the progression of students to the University” and “the creation and delivery of courses, and opportunities for students to experience different HE environments.”
In a new era for Higher Education, we recognise the need to continue to invest in our partnerships. We work closely with our Partners across a variety of partnership models ranging from franchised and validated provision to curriculum based engagement programmes in order to raise awareness of University level study and what it can lead to.
A further education vocational college based on two campuses in Rochdale and Middleton, situated north-east of Manchester.
Salford City College
The University Centre at Salford City College offers a range of Higher Education courses.
Tameside College has a reputation for providing the right skills for local, regional and national employers. This includes the delivery of degree courses to meet the demand of higher level skills that businesses require.