We recently caught up with Civil Engineering graduates Mia, Class of 2022, and Jagger, Class of 2019, who found employment at MGF after being financially and professionally supported by the company throughout their Salford journey.
Lee, a first year Mental Health Nurse, secured a scholarship from the Gittins Family Charitable Trust in 2022.
In the last academic year we joined forces with The Gittins Family Charitable Trust to address the gender imbalance in nurses, and to help to create a diverse student community. The Gittins Family Charitable Trust was established by Brian Gittins (prior to his death in 2016) together with his older sister Sheila Gittins. Its purpose is to encourage students into engineering, manufacturing and healthcare roles.
As the University of Salford’s partnership with AJ Bell continues to thrive, several students celebrated their outstanding academic performances this year after being awarded the prestigious Technology Award.
Last month, three students from Levels 4, 5 and 6 attended an awards ceremony where they received the AJ Bell Technology Award for 2022 – 2023. The award recognises the top performing students in Levels 4, 5 and 6 from the Computer Science and Software Engineering programmes.