Ben, a 2022 BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering graduate, secured the TWf Scholarship during his second year, in recognition of his academic promise and interest in temporary works.
The TWf Scholarship is funded by the Temporary Works forum (TWf), an organisation which works with companies within the temporary works industry to encourage best practice and open discussion in the sector.
TWf scholars not only receive a financial award during their second and third year of study but are supported to undertake a research project in temporary works and develop links with industry, leading to brilliant employment opportunities.
Joe, a BA (Hons) Comedy Writing and Performance graduate, secured the Performance Graduate Scholarship in the summer of 2021, in recognition of the outstanding potential they displayed as a student at the University of Salford.
The Performance Graduate Scholarship is kindly funded by the University’s donor community, and was created to support our recent graduates during their first year after graduation as they strive to establish themselves in the creative industry.
Ben, BA (Hons) Media and Performance graduate, was awarded the ARPerformance Graduate Scholarship in the summer of 2021, in recognition of the exceptional promise they demonstrated as a student at the University of Salford.
The AR Performance Graduate Scholarship is kindly funded by an anonymous donor to support three creative, recent Salford graduates as they transition into employment.
Charlotte, BA (Hons) Media and Performance graduate, was awarded the Performance Graduate Scholarship in the summer of 2021, in recognition of the exceptional promise they demonstrated as a student at the University of Salford.
The Performance Graduate Scholarship was designed to support our recent graduates during their transition into employment, through a non-repayable award which is generously funded by the donor community of the University.
The Women in STEM Scholarship is generously funded by the donor community of the University of Salford who are striving to help improve the number of women studying across STEM subjects, and will provide invaluable, non-repayable support for the duration of an undergraduate degree.
The Covid-19 pandemic dramatically altered the university experience of students around the world and the professional world they will join as graduates. Thanks to our generous donor community, we can support our students to reach their potential and fund extracurricular activities through the Salford Advantage Fund (SAF).
During 2021, Niki Woods, Senior Lecturer in Performance and Artistic Director of New Adelphi Theatre, led New Adelphi Enrichment Activity: How To Survive to help student and graduate artists recover from the pandemic.
The University’s Salford Advantage Fund (SAF) raises funds from our donor community to support vital initiatives across campus. The Covid-19 pandemic highlighted the increasing demand for mental health and wellbeing support for students across the globe, and we were proud to support the Provision of Dedicated Resources To Support Student Mental Health and Wellbeing project in 2021, to improve the assets available to our students.
The Salford Advantage Fund (SAF) is generously funded by our donor community to support several campus initiatives every year that help to enhance the student experience, encourage academic developments or improve the University’s overall environment.
Professor Niroshini Nirmalan, Head of Biomedicine at Salford, led the SAF Future-proofing Student Prospects Through Building RESILIENCE project in 2021 to provide students with much-needed support during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Every year, the University of Salford supports several projects across campus, thanks to the Salford Advantage Fund (SAF). The SAF raises funds from our alumni, friends, and partners to support projects that enhance the student experience, academic developments or the University’s overall environment.