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Posts tagged with: School of Health and Society

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From University to the USA: Jack’s Sport Rehabilitation Journey

Graduate Jack shares his experience at Salford and placement experiences in the UK and Detroit Tigers in the USA. 
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Meet Erica: Media Psychology graduate and researcher

Erica Boardman graduated from the University of Salford in 2023 with an MSc in Media Psychology, completing her time under the expert guide of our team of leading researchers...

From Salford to the world of football

Dan Towers graduated from the University of Salford in 2023 with a BSc (Hons) in Sports Science (Performance Analysis). During his time at university, Dan got involved in various...
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Meet our apprentices

Hear from three Salford apprentices about their experience receiving on-the-job training from industry professionals while they study.
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Interview with Occupational Therapy student, Peter Saville 

For many people, studying a postgraduate qualification can be the starting point of a brand-new career. At the University of […]
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Celebrating Neurodiversity

There’s no ‘right’ way of thinking, learning and behaving. In fact, there are many advantages that come with thinking differently. […]
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International Women’s Day 2023: Our graduates

Monday 8 March marks International Women’s Day, a globally recognised event celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of […]
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From Psychology student to international entrepreneur: Ronnie’s story

We spoke to Ronnie to discuss his successful career since graduating from the University of Salford in Psychology. Drawing on […]
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Final year undergrad student? Complete your NSS

The National Student Survey (NSS) is an anonymous voluntary survey for undergraduate students in their final year or equivalent. The […]
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Benjamin’s experience studying MSc Public Health

Benjamin from Nigeria shares his experience studying MSc Public Health and how the University of Salford has helped him move […]

Addressing your top study challenges

Attending lectures, asking questions and taking notes are all important parts of going to university. But knowing how and when […]
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Maker Space: A cutting-edge facility on campus

Maker Space is an open access workshop located in the basement of the Newton Building. The space is an additive manufacturing […]
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The Benefits of Volunteering

At Salford, you have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of volunteering roles throughout your studies. These roles are for students with […]
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The benefits of attending Career Fairs

We may have an idea of what we want to do when we finish university: what jobs we want to […]

Meet Lina: International Foundation Year with Psychology student

We spoke to Lina from Egypt to find out what motivated her to study Psychology and how she has found […]
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Learning Disability Week 2021

This week is Learning Disability Week and a time to raise awareness about Learning Disabilities in the UK. I caught […]
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Starting a master’s after 8 years in the industry: Q&A with Ye Qiao

We had the pleasure of speaking to Ye Qiao who started on the MSc Nursing course at Salford in September […]
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Sports Science: Why it was the right choice for me…

Working with a professional sports team is a goal many people aim to achieve. A goal that Grace has had […]
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Physiotherapy graduate opens his own clinic in Hong Kong.

Man Ho Calvin Kwan, from Hong Kong, graduated in 2016 and set up his own physiotherapy clinic in Hong Kong […]
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From Nepal to Salford: Interview with Megha

International graduate, Megha Rathi, from Nepal, shared with us what she loved most about studying an MSc in Media Psychology […]
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A graduate perspective: Moving from Nigeria to study MSc Public Health

We recently had the pleasure of speaking to Chuks Onwunyi, an international student at the University of Salford who joined […]

🔟 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 […]
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Studying Social Policy: Matthew Torbitt

Our ‘Student Stories’ are personal pieces written by students about their journey to Salford and the experiences they had studying […]

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 […]
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Studying Social Policy: Artiana Blaize

Our ‘Student Stories’ are personal pieces written by students about their journey to Salford and the experiences they had studying […]
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Studying Social Policy: Megan Rowlands-Mckie

Our ‘Student Stories’ are personal pieces written by students about their journey to Salford and the experiences they had studying […]

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 […]