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Posts by: Taran

Gulal powders and Indian sweets ready for Holi.

Holi 2022: The Festival Of Colours

Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, is a significant yearly Hindu festival. It takes place on Friday 18th […]
Close up photograph of the University of Salford sign on Maxwell Building

From student to staff member: My four years at Salford

I write this blog as I prepare to depart the University of Salford after spending the last four years as […]

How to choose your university during a pandemic

Choosing which university you are going to spend the next three years (or even longer) at is an important decision […]

Moving from college to university: Q&A with Niamh

Leaving college and heading to university is an exciting stage in your life however it can also be quite a […]

Getting support whilst at university

It’s important to look after yourself whilst at university during what is an exciting and busy stage in your life. […]

Blog: Introducing…Taran

About Me Hi! My name is Taran and I am an MA Public Relations and Digital Communications student at the […]
The Golden Temple in Amritsar, India. The most prominent Sikh gurdwara and one of the oldest Sikh places of worship.

Vaisakhi – The most significant Sikh festival

Vaisakhi is the biggest Sikh festival. It marks the start of a new year and new harvest season. Sikhs celebrate […]
Image of the entrance to the University of Salford MCUK building, with a person walking across.

Blog: Why I chose Salford

Choosing Salford was quite an easy decision to be honest. Although it was nearly four years ago since I first […]

Transitioning from undergrad to postgrad

📅 Book on our latest Postgraduate Open Day here! https://www.salford.ac.uk/postgraduate/open-days Moving from an undergraduate degree to a postgraduate degree can […]

Q&A with Popular Music and Recording graduate – Rachel Lasham

Rachel Lasham graduated from our BA Music: Popular Music and Recording course back in 2009 and is a drummer and […]
A computer with "Do More" written on the monitor

4 Places to volunteer at and learn new skills in Manchester

Volunteering can be an extremely rewarding activity as you can make a real difference to an organisation or community. It’s […]

Chinese New Year: The Year of The Ox

Chinese New Year, the year of the Ox. Manchester usually comes alive to celebrate Chinese New Year with St Peter’s […]

Check yourself out: World Cancer Day 2021

February 4 2021 marks 21 years of World Cancer Day since its creation on February 4 2000 at the World […]

How to make new friends at university during a pandemic

Making new friends at university can be a scary prospect and with a global pandemic added to the mix, international students may […]