Wishing you all a Very Happy Christmas and New year!
COMING SOON ………
The National Student Survey (NSS) is an independent national survey which collects the opinions of final year undergraduates on the quality of their courses.
The NSS is conducted by Ipsos MORI an independent or
ganisation. All responses are completely confidential.
The NSS asks you to provide honest feedback on what it has been like to study your course at Salford.
The feedback we get from NSS is taken very seriously and used to improve the experience of our students at Salford. The results are also made public to help future students make an informed choice about where and what they study.
HAVE YOUR SAY !!
Prospective students visiting the open day along with their families were able to have a go at basic life support at our ‘BLS Road show’ arranged by Lee Forde and Melanie Rushton.
Student helpers at the event did a brilliant job facilitating the BLS practice.
Many Thanks to them all!!
Jess Fox March 15 (Adult)
Maria Lahan September 15 (Adult)
Nur Milenkovic September 15 (CYP)
Victoria Calder September 15 (Adult)
Please ensure that your uniforms are obtained from the official supplier (Alexandra). There have been some issues with other suppliers being used and the quality of the products and the detail finish are not in line with the uniform policy. The official supplier ensures us of the quality and standard.
Staff from the University provided some health promotion and health checks at the Greater Manchester Police Health fair this month.
Experiencing issues that are affecting your studies…
| Attendance | Anxiety & Stress | Exams & Submissions |
| Loneliness | Money Worries | Homesickness | Bullying |
| Personal Issues | Disabilities | Work / Study Balance |
| Study, Catch-Up & Revision Skills | Health & Well-Being |
As a first point of contact – not affiliated with a particular academic area of study – for anyone who may be struggling or just needs somebody to talk to. I provide in-school advice and information on all of the University support services and can help refer you to the appropriate people who are most suited to help. As a recent graduate myself, I understand the struggles associated with student life and can provide reassurance and guidance to all students of all levels.
The Student Progression Assistant for the School of Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work & Social Sciences is Sam Barlow and you can contact her by emailing S.Barlow@salford.ac.uk or calling 0161-295-2688.
Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work & Social Sciences –
1st floor Mary Seacole Building
Available for appointments Thurs & Fri
1.00pm – 4.00P.M
0161 295 2688