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The prime destination for aspiring creatives

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The prime destination for aspiring creatives

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Perelandra Beedles, lecturer and Programme Leader for Production Management for TV Film and Digital Media, brings a wealth of experience from her time as a studio director at the BBC and a production manager for Sony Europe's Film and Television department. For the latter, she supervised branded content for Sony PlayStation, Formula One, WRC, and the Fox television drama “24.” 

“Our lecturers have significant experience working within industry and have a wide range of connections which they share with students to help them get work experience and careers,” says Tim Isherwood, Associate Dean International. “From showcasing their designs at New York Fashion Week to working as production assistants for leading UK TV shows, practical experience is central to how students learn at Salford.”

The University of Salford’s School of Arts, Media and Creative Technology offers more than just a degree. A degree from this school in Greater Manchester is about self-discovery – who you are, what you can do and how everything you do now is going to make you unstoppable in your future career.

Your degree here is your time to write your story. And the Salford effect is that this won’t be any ordinary journey. At the 50 million pounds New Adelphi building and MediaCity base in the centre of one of the UK's leading media and digital hubs, you’ll design a future that you want to own. The University of Salford offers specialist programmes covering a wide range of creative fields like Art, Design, Film, TV, Creative Digital Media, Fashion, Dance, PR, Journalism, and many more. Led by expert industry practitioners who have vast experience and connections in the creative field, these programmes will take your knowledge, skills and experience from beginner to pro – with loads of inspiring moments in between.

Collaborative, career-focused learning

Being so close to the UK’s leading digital and media hubs, you have front seats to what a creative career at the country’s highest level could look like for you. No mere spectator, you have opportunities to collaborate with industry and apply all you learn in the real world as well. All of this puts you very much on track to follow in the paths of the 80% of international graduates from the University of Salford who are employed in highly skilled jobs, some of the most desired today. If you need support at any point of your journey, the Careers and Enterprise Service is there to provide advice, resources and events, available to  graduates for life.

Want more inspiration? Just look around. Salford and Manchester, minutes apart and legendary for their contributions to British music, culture, and more, are your stomping grounds. Whatever your religion, belief, and background, you’ll be welcomed to this city where over 200 different languages are spoken. The people are very friendly, and they know what exciting art, music and culture are all about – perfect for anyone following their passion to carve a career in the creative industries.

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Home to a diverse, sociable and welcoming community of students from 180 countries, including 4,500 international students, the University of Salford is where you’re free to engage, discuss, and collaborate. Want to go bold or beyond your discipline? You’re more than welcome to do both.

State-of-the-art and industry-standard facilities empower this. The sustainable and accessible New Adelphi building is a north-west hot-spot for talent, academia, and creativity — where teaching breaks down disciplinary barriers and takes students into the future. The University of Salford also has an outstanding campus at MediaCity next to the BBC, ITV and over 250 digital and media companies.

Learn more about creative courses at the University of Salford

My long-term goal is to become a subject matter expert in supply chain, which is the backbone of the industry. I found BGSU's Logistics Systems Engineering program is a combination of engineering and management, which helps me to enhance my knowledge and skills. I joined BGSU in January 2022 and got the opportunity to work as a Graduate Assistant on an industrial project under the guidance of Dr. Sarder.

Swati Arora, India
MS in Logistics Systems Engineering

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