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Posts tagged with: School of Health and Society

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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 […]

Undergrad to Postgrad: Counselling & Psychotherapy…Meet Sasha

Postgraduate student Sasha previously studied here for his undergraduate degree in BSc Counselling and Psychotherapy: Professional Practice. I spoke to […]

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 – […]

From Salford to the States: Meet Sports Rehab student Aaron

BSc Sports Rehabilitation student Aaron Laughlin has been all the way to Florida for his placement, arranged whilst studying at […]

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 […]

Criminology and Sociology: the Inside-Out module

Last academic semester final year BSc Criminology and Sociology students had the amazing opportunity of beginning a brand new module […]

From software to healthcare: Q&A with Radiography student Jennifer

It’s been a while since I have released a blog post, so I wanted to make it rather interesting. Thankfully […]
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Physiotherapist Sophie on travelling to train

Sophie graduated from Salford’s School of Health Sciences after receiving a first in BSc Physiotherapy. She instantly kick-started her career […]
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Sadaf Kahn – My Salford PhD that holds unlimited potential

Sadaf Kahn is in her final year of her PhD in Criminology at our School of Health and Society. It […]
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Natalie Aitchison – from beauty counter manager to thriving nurse

Natalie is in her first year of BSc Adult Nursing at our School of Health and Society. I was lucky enough […]
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Claire George talks internships, physiotherapy and opportunities

Claire George has recently graduated with a First Class degree in BSc Physiotherapy, and this summer she got the opportunity […]
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BLOG: My experience studying MSc Media Psychology

I am currently studying on the full time MSc Media Psychology course and have just started my second semester. My […]
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What’s it like to study Adult Nursing?

Hannah Davis is a first year BSc Nursing / RN Adult student. She spoke to us about how she’s finding her […]
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A Day in the Life of Rebecca, BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Exercise as Medicine

Rebecca Murray is an BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Exercise as Medicine (NEM) student. She described to us a typical day […]
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Claire George – A Summer in Uganda

Claire George is a BSc Physiotherapy student at the University of Salford who spent time in Uganda this summer working with […]
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Q&A with Salford Paralympian Hannah Russell

BSc Sports Science student Hannah Russell is a Paralympic swimmer competing in the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. After winning a […]