Explore Postgraduate Programmes at Salford Business School

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Whether you want a change of career or to build on the skills you gained during your undergraduate degree, by studying a Master's degree at Salford Business School, you'll get the chance to learn from industry experts and gain practical experience that will accelerate your journey to success. 

A number of courses can be studied part time or through distance learning, and have multiple entry points throughout the year.

THREE GREAT REASONS TO STUDY AT SALFORD

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More links with small and medium-sized enterprises than any other university in Greater Manchester.

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Study in a supportive environment where the staff know you by name and your fellow students become your friends for life

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Learn at our spacious green campus, not far from Manchester city centre - voted the UK's most liveable city

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Life at Salford

We know university life isn’t all about studying – sometimes you have to have fun, too – and there are plenty of things to do outside of academia across our campuses.

From joining a club or society, to taking part in a gym class, to meeting up with friends for lunch in Atmosphere bar and café: when you're not working on your next assignment or research project, you can be enjoying the perks of being on campus.

Our state-of-the-art fitness hub, the Sports Centre, is located next to University House on the Peel Park Campus. The Sports Centre is home to our five Fitness Suites, including our excellent Functional Training Suite, a 25-metre swimming pool, multi-use sports hall, fitness studio and two squash courts.

Whether you are interested in swimming, going to the gym or exercise classes, the Sports Centre has something for you. All activities are offered at affordable rates for students and provide excellent value for money. For more information  please visit the sport website.

Our main library, Clifford Whitworth, offers bright, fresh, technology-enabled study areas with a variety of attractive work spaces which allow our students the freedom to learn in ways that feel natural and comfortable.

We provide access to a wide range of resources for research and learning. Our cutting-edge resource discovery tool, Library Search, allows access to all our academic resources from a single interface, including more than 348,000 books, 33,000 e-journals and 592,000 e-books and several special collections and archives.

Support and Wellbeing

We want you to enjoy your time studying here, but we understand that there may be times you need a little extra support to help you. The Business School student progression team is here to help you progress through your courses as smoothly as possible.

University-wide, askUS is at the core of our student support service, offering information and advice on matters such as finance, wellbeing and counselling, accommodation and more. If you have any worries, concerns, or need advice on a particular topic, visit askUS on campus.

Find out more about Student Support Services  at Salford.

Finance and Money Matters

When you come to university, it’s important to manage your money carefully. Our student support service, askUS, offers information and advice on all aspects of student finance, whether you’re a current or prospective student.

Get more information about student loans, our support schemes and bursaries and help with budgeting >>
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WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT LIFE AT SALFORD?

Find out more about life as a Salford student, read the student blog at Made in Salford blog.

Follow Salford Business School students on our YouTube playlist.

Need more general information?

Find out more about life as a Salford student, read the student blog at Made in Salford blog.

Follow Salford Business School students on our YouTube playlist.