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About University of Salford

Country the United Kingdom
City Manchester
Number of courses 238

Established in 1896, the University of Salford boasts a legacy of innovative research that keeps pace with industry demands. With an emphasis on pioneering advancements, the university has identified robotics, digital, and smart living as core areas for intensified development in the upcoming years. By forging strong ties with industry leaders, the University of Salford plays a pivotal role in transforming lives and fostering groundbreaking discoveries. Their research programmes are not just about innovation; they're dedicated to delivering meaningful results that better the lives of individuals, uplift communities, and foster a sustainable environment and economy. Central to the university's vision and overarching strategy is a robust collaboration with industry. As a civic university, it remains steadfast in its commitment to nurturing students, uplifting the local community, and championing the progress of the wider city region.

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Courses at University of Salford

There are 238 courses listed from University of Salford. These are displayed below in alphabetical order: