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Posts tagged with: School of the Built Environment

Joe: Why I chose to study my PhD at Salford

The University of Salford prides itself on having courses informed by industry, with many of our academic staff attaining strong relationships with industry […]

Accelerated construction: Meet international student Khaled

The University of Salford provides a varied range of courses as accelerated degrees, but what is it like to study […]
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Maryam: Salford’s globally-recognised Female Engineer

Earlier this month, I had the absolute pleasure of meeting PhD student Sajedeh (Maryam) Mollasalehi who is taking her career […]
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How Hamzah got a degree in TWO years

Last month I met up with Hamzah, a BSc Building Surveying graduate who joined the University of Salford in 2016. […]
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Globetrotting with Architecture student Ari Khoshnaw

Ari Khoshnaw is currently studying MArch Architecture at our School of the Built Environment, who’s grabbing every opportunity with both hands. Ari […]
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Remnant Li Xinxi: Tempted by Salford all the way from China

Remnant Li Xinxi moved to the UK from his home in China to study MSc Real Estate and Property Management […]
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Wenxi Hu: Leaving my Chinese roots for Salford

Wenxi Hu has just graduated from our School of the Built Environment after she took a year away from her […]
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THE FIRST LONDON RICS SUMMIT 2018

The World Built Environment Forum brings together business leaders, influencers and decision-makers to debate and drive action on the challenges […]
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Neeraj: Running a virtual construction magnate

Neeraj Sukumaran is a student who enrolled onto MSc Construction Management at our School of the Built Environment after five […]
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Student interview: Building a career in ADT

Jonathan Moncur is in his final year studying BSc Architectural Design and Technology at the University of Salford. Last week […]