Recognised internationally for teaching and research excellence
Salford Business School News
SALFORD University is among the most influential on social media in the UK.
Proposals to introduce tougher regulations on industrial action ballots would make it extremely difficult for many trade unions to mount strikes as a means of challenging employers in national negotiations and government-initiated austerity measures, albeit with significant variations across sectors, unions and ballots, according to new preliminary research carried out at the University of Salford.
A pan-European university consortium, led by Salford Business School, is joining forces to tackle the digital skills gap with the launch of a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) "Digital and Social Media Marketing".
The course is designed to allow individuals and businesses to analyse, plan, execute and evaluate digital marketing activities.
Graduating and gaining your degree is one thing, making your way in the world of business is a whole new challenge. Now though, thanks to a partnership between Salford Business School and the prestigious North West Finance Awards, there's a new way for promising students to shine and get noticed.
Women demonstrating emotional intelligence in the workplace is an important part of leadership and should be valued by organisations and business, in Abu Dhabi and beyond, says Professor Amanda Broderick, Pro-Vice Chancellor (International Priorities) and Dean of Salford Business School, UK.
Alastair Campbell believes there is a problem with the “gene pool” of politics, and that political parties need the expertise of businesspeople to operate more effectively and to better understand and reflect the needs of voters.
Salford Business School hosted a special Digital Health Futures Conference at its MediaCityUK campus on Thursday 12 February, covering the use of information and communication technologies to help address healthcare challenges.
£1000 Scholarship for PhD in Social Business/MSc Social Business and Sustainable Marketing Applicants
Thanks to the generosity of Ede & Ravenscroft, the University is able to offer a £1000 scholarship to a potential student interested in either studying the MSc in Social Business and Sustainable Marketing or a PhD in Social Business.
Salford and Glasgow Caledonian Universities build on Muhammad Yunus links with social enterprise workshop on tackling health inequalities
The University of Salford held a workshop on understanding social enterprises and how they can tackle health inequalities, in partnership with Northern Soul and Glasgow Caledonian University’s Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health.
Final year Tourism Management with Professional Experience student, Amelia Fallows, was last week recognised as one of Network Rail’s best newcomers at a National awards ceremony.