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Posts by: Emma

Hey! I'm Emma, a second year Broadcast Journalism student at the University of Salford. I love a good chat, a good challenge and a good cup of coffee.

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Q&A: The life of a commuter student

Imagine living so close to your preferred university that you have the choice to live at home OR in university […]

International Student tips and tricks: Q&A with Ade

Becoming an international student can be a daunting yet exciting experience – not only are you starting a new adventure […]
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Studying Corporate Law: Q&A with Alisha Thompson

The great thing about university? There’s SO much to get stuck into – both within your course and through a […]

How to juggle parenthood and student life: Interview with Sasha

Throughout my time writing for the Made in Salford blog, I have been lucky enough to meet many amazing students […]

9️⃣ essential things you can do to keep in touch with your subject: Business School

Calling all Business School students, both current and incoming! 👋 School is out for summer – so let’s hope we […]

🔟 essential things you can do to keep in touch with your subject: School of Health and Society

Hey, School of Health and Society students 👋 For many of us students, the “summer holidays” are in full swing […]

WOO the Digital Showcase: Q&A with Graphic Designer Joe Swain

Every year, the School of Arts and Media celebrates the work of our students who study one of our art […]

How my degree helped me land my dream job at a global company: Arjun Nichani

Life as a university student flies by faster than you think, which is why choosing a place to study is […]

Salford Scholar: Q&A with Simran Jain

If you’re not sure on what a scholarship is, or how it can help – then this is the blog […]

The emoji quiz: Did you guess right?

You may have noticed that we’ve got a bit of a theme going on this month. 👀 #ThinkingThursdays 🧠 We’ve […]

BLOG: We covered the 2019 general election

When I applied to study Broadcast Journalism, the thought of presenting sat eagerly at the top of my mind. For […]

Covering a General Election count for ITV Granada

The great thing about studying at university? There is SO much support to help you get your foot in the […]

The Festival of Short Film

In January, Film Production students took on the challenge of hosting The Festival of Short Film, a four day event […]

Studying Fine Art: Interview with Babs

Our BA Fine Art course is delivered in our New Adelphi building – which in my opinion is one of […]
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HM Royal Marines concert: Interview with student conductor David

HM Royal Marines Band Scotland performed at our very own Maxwell Hall on Wednesday 12th of February, offering a free […]

Lunar New Year: The Year of the Rat

This year, the Lunar New Year falls on Saturday 25th January, which marks the start of celebrations amongst Asian communities […]

Business Industry Placement Stories: Haley Britton

From university to the real-world; BSc Marketing student Haley Britton has landed herself a position as a Marketing Communications intern […]

COMPETITION TIME: The virtual treasure hunt

You heard us! 🎉We have planted a virtual treasure hunt right here on the Made in Salford blog. The rules […]

Q&A with Media Psychology graduate Jane

You know you’re passionate about something when NOTHING – (not even 5,573 miles) can get in the way of you […]

Q&A with Learning Disabilities Nursing and Social Work (Integrated Practice) Graduate

Why is the course name such a mouthful I hear you ask? Well, it has every right to be. The […]

Q&A with International Business student Anna

Applying for placements? How do you know where to start?! Don’t stress. BSc International Business student, Anna, has talked me […]

Interview: Studying Dance at Salford

Studying Dance, as a degree?! Yes – it exists, and it’s pretty cool. Typically, it’s not the first course that […]

Canada meets Salford: Erika’s comedy success

Award winner and student Erika took this year’s North West heat of the Chortle Comedy Awards by storm. From Humber […]

Graphic Designer and Trans* Student Ambassador: Meet Kyle

Your journey through university will entail far more than just the challenge of getting a degree. It is a time […]

The Integrated Practice programme: meet Claire and Lewis

BSc Learning Disabilities Nursing and Social Work (Integrated Practice) is the only course of its kind in Greater Manchester – […]

BLOG: Why I chose Salford

Well… I arrived late to the open day and ended up missing the tour of the accommodation. So it couldn’t […]

Business Industry Placement Stories: Katie Wood

The great thing about university is that many courses offer the opportunity to go on industry placements, which are a […]

Psychology Q&A: Meet Omayma and Kingsley

I was lucky enough to have a chat with third year student Omayma, and first year student Kingsley about their […]

Law students: from Salford to Amsterdam

To make the most out of your university experience, snapping up every opportunity you get to broaden your ideas and […]

Events in 2019: What to look out for

So here we are! Fresh out of the winter months, the clocks will soon be going forward and it will […]


Yes! You read that right. Last week I had the chance to speak all things cancer related with some CATS (volunteers) […]

TOP 10: Celebration time

Got a birthday coming up? Got those results you wanted? Bored and just want to get out of the house? […]

Educational Entertainment: How to make the most of your free time

Have you ever considered taking learning beyond the same four walls of the lecture halls? Learning new things can be […]

Top 10: Cheapest places to wine and dine in Salford and Manchester

Let’s face it, us students have a popular reputation of not being the richest of people out there – apart […]

BLOG: Introducing…Emma

WELCOME TO MY WORLD Hey! My name is Emma, I’m in my second year of studying BA Broadcast Journalism here […]

A home away from home: The Faith Centre

Religious or otherwise, staff and students from all walks of life are welcome at the Faith Centre. Although situated on […]
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UCAS exhibitions: What I wish I’d known

UCAS exhibitions are great – the ball is in your court as it’s your chance to quiz the universities that […]