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The Industrial Masters by Research is is supported by the University of Salford and by Dyer Environmental Controls Ltd. Supervisors. Read more
The Industrial Masters by Research is is supported by the University of Salford and by Dyer Environmental Controls Ltd

Supervisors: Professor Will Swan and Richard Fitton

It will run for 1 year and includes:
• A fee waiver
• A stipend of £15,363 p.a.

Candidates must have settled status in the UK and meet the Residency Requirements of EPSRC – see below.

Description:

An exciting Industrial Masters by Research opportunity has arisen out of the ongoing relationship between the University of Salford and Dyer Environmental Controls Ltd.

Highlighted by the recent flooding issues in the UK, Dyer Environmental Controls Ltd believes that there is a need for improved weather detection and is looking to design a low-cost , wireless weather sensor and transmitter to enable early warning sensing and quantitative data for analysis. Dyer believes this data can be used for many applications e.g. flood warning/defenses; agricultural irrigation control; building automation; and the data collection for future modelling.

The aim of this Industrial Masters project is to produce a trialed and tested working prototype unit which Dyer Environmental can then look to submit for commercial development.

The collaboration

The School of Built Environment at the University of Salford has a strong track record of working with industry. The placement will be with the Applied Buildings and Energy Research Group, which is home to the Salford Energy House. Over the last 5 years we have developed detailed knowledge of sensors to understand both internal and external environments that are used in both laboratory and field environments.

Dyer Environmental Controls Ltd has worked closely with the University of Salford for the past 8 years, completing a 2.5 year KTP project and also sponsoring a PhD student. Dyer has also worked on various projects with the University of Salford’s Energy House. Now celebrating its 25th year, Dyer has worked within the ventilation and building automation sectors and is constantly striving for innovation. Dyer’s success is through customer relationships and flexibility – providing the most efficient and most effective solution for their customer’s needs. The KTP project succeeded in bringing a new product to market and is now sold globally.

Candidates:

The preferred candidates must have a good understanding of:
• A suitable undergraduate level award in electronics/electronics engineering
• The design/implementation and construction of analogue and digital electronic circuits.
• A good working knowledge of C & C++ for embedded microcontrollers, wireless/ mobile communications and PCB layout and design.
• Should have a working knowledge of meteorological or environmental sensors

Candidates are asked to provide a personal statement describing their background, skills, academic interests and their motivation for doing a Masters in no more than 2 sides of A4. This should include evidence of being able to work independently to a high standard, collaborate with others, and excellent writing skills.

The Successful candidate will work mainly on the premises of the University but will spend a significant amount of time at the Company Partner premises.

Funding:

This Industrial Masters by Research studentship is only available to students with settled status in the UK, as classified by EPSRC eligibility. http://www.epsrc.ac.uk/funding/students/Pages/eligibility.aspx

Eligibility: Residence requirements

To be eligible for a full award (stipend and fees) a student must have:

• Settled status in the UK
• Been ‘ordinarily resident’ in the UK for 3 years prior to the start of the grant.
• Not been residing in the UK wholly or mainly for the purpose of full-time education. (This does not apply to UK or EU nationals)

Enquiries: Informal enquiries may be made to Professor Will Swan by e-mail
Applicants should send a curriculum vitae and a covering letter explaining their interest to Vicky Beckett

Application deadline: Friday 22nd July 2016.

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This course provides graduates in law or any other relevant discipline with the opportunity for advanced learning in certain key areas of international business law, in academic conjunction with the advanced study of strategic management and marketing modules, which complement and contextualise the legal areas. Read more
This course provides graduates in law or any other relevant discipline with the opportunity for advanced learning in certain key areas of international business law, in academic conjunction with the advanced study of strategic management and marketing modules, which complement and contextualise the legal areas.

Key benefits:

• Offers the highly prestigious Master’s of Laws qualification
• Available to law and non-law graduates
• Learn in an internationally-orientated environment with access to a global network of like-minded professionals

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/international-business-law

Suitable for

The course is suitable for a wide range of recent home, EU and overseas law and non-law graduates as well as professional returners to higher education. The course will suit those who wish to pursue a career in international business or legal practice.

Programme details

The course is delivered with a strongly contextual business bias and students benefit from the networking and employment prospects offered by a large and dynamic Business School

At the final stage of study (Business Innovation Project) students will be able to choose whether to pursue a purely law- based focus or an interdisciplinary law and management focus.

Format

Teaching includes a combination of lectures, seminars and tutorials that make use of a range of learning activities.

Various approaches are offered to meet the needs of both full and part-time students.

Substantial use is made of distance learning through the University’s virtual learning environment, Blackboard, and many academic journals and texts are available in both paper and electronic formats. Tutorials are a chance to reflect on lecture materials and benefit from discussion and group work.

The dissertation element offers you a further opportunity to apply your knowledge and skills in a more flexible environment.

Modules

• Strategic International Business Management
• International Business Law
• International Corporate Law & Governance
• Marketing International Business

Business Innovation Project:

• Dissertation
• Live Project
• Internship
• Placement

Assessment

Each taught module is assessed by two pieces of work, each worth 50% of the overall course assessment.

Although each taught module has its own assessment styles, all assessments will be design to enable students to demonstrate their advanced knowledge and skill, and may include:

• individual or group work
• research based assignments
• presentations
• seen or unseen examinations
• closed or open-book examinations

Career potential

Both in the UK and overseas the internationally focussed LLM is a ‘gold standard’ qualification for entry into the legal profession, as the focus of specialisation has increasingly shifted to international legal practice.

In the corporate business world, the LLM carries a similar cachet to the Executive MBA, while offering greater specialism in its content.

In many European jurisdictions, the LLM is a compulsory prerequisite for entry into the legal profession.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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This course provides law graduates with the opportunity for advanced learning in key areas of international commercial law, including. Read more
This course provides law graduates with the opportunity for advanced learning in key areas of international commercial law, including: International Sale of Goods, International Intellectual Property Law, International Corporate Law and Governance, and Advanced Contract Law and Negotiation.

Key benefits:

• Offers the highly prestigious Master’s of Laws qualification
• Gives law graduates the opportunity to take taught modules in advanced international commercial law subjects
• Learn in an internationally-orientated environment with access to a global network of like-minded professionals

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/international-commercial-law

Suitable for

This course is suitable for recent home, EU and overseas law graduates wishing to build upon their undergraduate knowledge and expertise, as well as graduate returners to education wishing to refresh or broaden their knowledge and skills.

The course is designed for those who wish to pursue an career in international business or legal practice. The block delivery mechanism means that the course is accessible to those students who do not wish to leave employment while studying. Students can complete one or more modules per semester.

Programme details

Delivery is concentrated on a contextual business bias, and students benefit from the networking and employment prospects offered by a large and dynamic Business School.

At the final stage of study (through the Business Innovation Project) students will be able to choose whether to pursue a traditional research dissertation or a work-based project report based upon employment or a placement experience.

Module titles

• International Law of the Sale of Goods
• International Intellectual Property Law
• International Corporate Law and Governance
• Advanced Contract Law and Negotiation

Business Innovation Project:

• Dissertation
• Live Project
• Internship
• Placement

Career potential

Both in the UK and overseas the internationally focussed LLM is a ‘gold standard’ qualification for entry into the legal profession, as the focus of specialisation has increasingly shifted to international legal practice.

In the corporate business world, the LLM carries a similar cachet to the Executive MBA, while offering greater specialism in its content.

In many European jurisdictions, the LLM is a compulsory prerequisite for entry into the legal profession.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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Our course encourages you to develop and work at the edge of new and evolving practices. Read more
Our course encourages you to develop and work at the edge of new and evolving practices. You will be invited to engage with fundamental issues in the theory of literature, producing original creative writing in prose, poetry, hybrid and experimental forms as you develop your personal practice through critical reflection.

Key benefits:

• Study at our state-of-the-art MediaCityUK campus
• Develop a highly-innovative approach to creative writing
• Learn proven techniques for writing success from our team of award-winning authors.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/creative-writing-innovation-and-experiment

Suitable for

The course is for humanities graduates and/or experienced creative writers who are looking to challenge their conceptions of literature and develop their own practice in new ways. The course will also function as an introduction to further creative study at PhD level.

Programme details

The course will be of particular interest if you are a writer of fiction or poetry, but you will not be required to commit to either form.

You may also be interested in taking individual modules from the course syllabus on a pay-as-you-go basis. This way you could either build up to gaining the full qualification or study for your own enjoyment and/or professional development.

Format

Your own creative activity is the main driver for learning on this course. It is supported by regular workshops, lectures and seminars, personal tutorials, masterclasses with visiting writers and other activities such as event attendance.

Students on the full-time and part-time routes will study together and have additional opportunities to share and discuss work via the university’s virtual learning environment.

Module titles

• Theory, Text, Writing
• Writing Workshop
• Experimental Practice
• Literature in the Academic and Cultural World
• Dissertation: Creative Project

Assessment

You will be assessed through:

• Written assignments (creative, critical and reflective) (66%)
• Final creative project (34%)

Career Prospects

Previous graduates have gone onto further study and training and participated in literary culture through organizing literary competitions and publishing creative work in magazines. Two of the 2010-11 cohort are beginning PhDs in Creative Writing in 2011 (at the University of Northumbria and the University of Salford) and one is undertaking an internship at a local small press poetry publisher (The Knives Forks and Spoons Press).

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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Intelligence and security issues are at the top of the political agenda following the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001 and the insurgencies in Iraq and Afghanistan. Read more
Intelligence and security issues are at the top of the political agenda following the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001 and the insurgencies in Iraq and Afghanistan. And the increased availability of intelligence material means that it is possible to place these issues within their historical context. This course is the longest-running non-governmental postgraduate course in the UK in the area of contemporary intelligence and security issues.

Key benefits:

• Ranked as ‘excellent’ by the Centre for Higher Education Development
• Delivered by experienced staff
• A pertinent and engaging subject with real-world relevance.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/intelligence-and-security-studies

Suitable for

This course is suitable if you are seeking to go into intelligence and security-related careers in the public and private sectors, as well as those already engaged in such professions who seek to enhance their career prospects through further qualifications. This course also provides excellent foundations for those who wish to pursue a PhD.

Programme details

The course comprises of one core module and several optional modules. You can exit the course after the second semester with a Postgraduate Diploma or progress to the Masters by completing the dissertation in semester 3.

Format

The course is taught through a combination of:

• lectures, supported by worksheets, videos, and directed reading
• seminars, which involve activities such as group discussions, case studies and presentations
• guest lectures
• conferences
• Personal supervision

Module titles

• Issues in Intelligence
• Intelligence and Conflict
• Security Networks, Intelligence and Internal Security
• The Secret State
• Digital Criminal Justice
• International Criminal Justice
• Middle East and Terrorism
• Dissertation

Assessment

Module performance is usually assessed by two essays of 3,500 words (50% each). In addition, MA students are required to submit a 14,000 word dissertation.

Career potential

You will develop a wide range of skills on the course (writing, communication, presentation and analytical skills) that are transferable to a variety of careers in the civil service, the armed forces, international or non-governmental organisations, think-tanks and research institutions. You can also pursue further study at doctoral level.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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This course has been designed to help you find challenging and rewarding work in journalism. During your time with us, you will learn the skills that you will need to become an incisive and thoughtful journalist. Read more
This course has been designed to help you find challenging and rewarding work in journalism. During your time with us, you will learn the skills that you will need to become an incisive and thoughtful journalist. As well as a general professional grounding in journalism, you will also be able to specialise in your second semester in print and online journalism, broadcast journalism or sports journalism, depending on which pathway you choose.

Upon graduation, you will receive a degree and NCTJ Diploma, both of which are essential if you want to find work in the UK news industry.

Key benefits:

• Study at our state-of-the-art MediaCityUK campus adjacent to the BBC and ITV
• Learn from lecturers with strong journalism backgrounds and undertake industry placements
• Receive a diploma from the National Council for Training of Journalists.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/journalism-news-broadcast-sport

Programme details

This is a highly intensive course and only for you if you are fully committed to becoming a working journalist, particularly in the UK. You will study modules closely aligned with the NCTJ syllabus so that you are also able to pass seven components of the NCTJ Diploma, such as Media Law and Reporting. During semester 1, you will study the basic skills of writing news in print, broadcast and online formats. These key skills are supported by study of media law and also ethical practice to encourage you to become a highly aware journalist. Intrinsic to this course are daily sessions of shorthand, a traditional skill still valued by the modern news industry, including broadcast organisations.

Format

The majority of the course is delivered largely through workshops and students are assessed mainly by coursework and projects, with some formal examinations.

Semester 1

• Law and Government for Journalists
• News and Ethics

Semester 2

• Multi-platform Journalism
• Sports Reporting
• Broadcast Journalism
• Community project

Semester 3

• Major Project (Print, Broadcast, Sport or Online)

Assessment

80% Workshops and 20% Lectures.

You will be able to sit NCTJ examinations at the end of semester 1 and also complete the NCTJ Portfolio during semester 2, when you will be encouraged to sit the NCTJ's shorthand exam and pass at 100 words per minute.

Career potential

Thanks to our strong links with the BBC, many of our graduates are now employed by the British public service broadcaster, working for news and sports output across radio, TV and online. Several of our students have secured the very competitive BBC news traineeships in recent years. Others have gone on to get positions with regional newspapers and news agencies, while some have entered public relations, where companies value the core journalistic qualification offered by the course.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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This course is your chance to refine your critical skills through analysis of the literature and language of the modern period. Read more
This course is your chance to refine your critical skills through analysis of the literature and language of the modern period. During your time with us, you’ll learn in a lively research environment and benefit from the University’s links with local cultural organisations, including the International Anthony Burgess Foundation.

Your studies will focus on key aspects of literary modernity and explore the interaction between literature and theory. The interdisciplinary nature of the course encourages and stimulates debate on cultural, political and historical issues, as well as analysing the relationships between literature and other cultural forms.

Key benefits:

• Study in a dynamic interdisciplinary research and teaching environment
• Draw upon the resources and expertise of cultural and literary institutions in the region
• Share your work with peers and academic staff at our Annual MA Conference.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/literature,-culture-and-modernity

Suitable for

Graduates in the humanities who want either a broad-based Master qualification or who are looking for a disciplined introduction to further study at a PhD level.

Programme details

MA Literature, Culture and Modernity helps you to acquire specific skills in a number of areas including critical thinking, research methods, cultural and literary theory, analysing literary and cultural texts in the context of debates on modernity.

You will develop your analytical and conceptual thinking skills and gain the expertise to focus on a specific research topic that interests you. During this course you will carry out advanced research and produce original and innovative studies.

Format

The syllabus consists of four taught modules, followed by a dissertation. You will select three option modules from a range which varies from year to year. Modules focus on nineteenth, twentieth and twenty first century literature and culture, exploring literature in relation to popular and working-class culture, analysing the interaction between literature, cinema and theory, and examining issues of identity, gender and power. You will also follow the core module Literary Research Practice which helps prepare for the dissertation and for further study.

Teaching for most modules takes place in weekly, two-hour seminars. Personal supervision is provided throughout the course and in support of the writing of the dissertation. The module Literary Research Practice is taught in three longer block sessions, with additional one-to-one supervisory sessions with a member of staff.

Semester 1

• Theory, Text and Writing
• Modernity and Cultural Form

Semester 2

• Literary Research Practise
• Anthony Burgess and his Contemporaries

Semester 3

• Dissertation

Assessment

You will be assessed through:

• Written and oral assignments (66%)
• Written dissertation(34%)

Career potential

Many graduates of this course have used it as part of their career development in areas as diverse as teaching, librarianship, media, publishing and the arts. Others use it as a means of access to PhD study or further research. You will develop a wide range of skills on this course (writing, communication, presentation and analytical skills) that are transferable to a variety of careers.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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This course is a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills and understanding of animation production, 3D-animation systems and related technologies. Read more
This course is a fantastic opportunity to develop your skills and understanding of animation production, 3D-animation systems and related technologies. During your time with us, you will have the opportunity to put what you have learnt into practice by collaborating on projects with other MA students studying across related disciplines.

Key benefits:

• Study at our MediaCityUK campus in state-of-the-art facilities
• Combine elective modules to suit your specialism
• Benefit from the expertise of industry practitioners who are directly involved in course delivery.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/media-production-animation

Suitable for

If you’re a graduate or professional with animation experience, the course will equip you with a deeper understanding of animation technology and the production process.

Programme details

On successful completion of the course, you’ll be able to demonstrate an advanced knowledge of creative and technical skills in your chosen specialism of media production.

Format

The teaching of this course is comprised of seminars, workshops in storytelling and production practice, study of broadcast and editorial guidelines, independent research, collaborative project work and film screenings.

The aim is to support your learning with an effective blend of theory and creative practice and to encourage ownership of your learning through self-directed projects.

Module titles

• Creative Development Projects
• Media Theory and Practice
• Collaborative Projects
• Advanced Production Practices
• Major Project: Practice Research Project
or
• Major Project: Dissertation

Assessment

The vocational nature of the course lends itself to coursework assessment. This typically includes the design and production of animation or graphic products requiring technical and creative skills. Technical reports and case studies form the assessment of underpinning modules. Methods of assessment depend on the module and elective pathway you are taking.

They include:

• Creative projects portfolios and productions
• Live briefs
• Critical reflections
• Presentations
• Essay

Each module has its own assessment package and this is structured appropriately to reflect the module content. Practical-based modules are assessed by project and a reflective critical evaluation.

Career potential

Graduates from the programme have gone on to work in animation production at companies including Framestore, London, and Weearemi, Manchester. The programme has strong links with industry leaders, including the BBC, ITV, and regional and national media companies.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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This course will equip you with creative-content and production skills in the exciting field of children’s programming. You will develop an in-depth understanding of what it is that children and young people want to watch, why they watch certain programmes, films and moving images, and how they view them. Read more
This course will equip you with creative-content and production skills in the exciting field of children’s programming. You will develop an in-depth understanding of what it is that children and young people want to watch, why they watch certain programmes, films and moving images, and how they view them. You will also learn how to apply your knowledge to the production of creative content for this age group.

Key benefits:

• Connect and engage with children’s media producers, including BBC Children’s Television and the Children’s Media Conference
• Study at our state-of-the-art facilities in the heart of MediaCityUK
• Industry collaborations through live media projects.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/media-production-childrens-tv-production

Suitable for

This course is ideal if you are already working in media, you are an aspiring programme maker seeking to move into children’s television / media content production, or you are looking to advance your career, re-skill or build upon the studies you completed as an undergraduate.

Programme details

Throughout your time with us, you will be encouraged to develop your own creative ideas to a professional standard. Being based in the heart of MediaCityUK, and next door to BBC Children’s, this course will provide you with many opportunities to learn alongside, and engage with, experienced industry producers and practitioners in children’s content production.

At the end of the course, you will have gained a thorough, practice-based knowledge of the media industry, with particular emphasis on children’s creative content production.

Format

The teaching of this course is comprised of seminars, workshops in storytelling and production practice, study of broadcast and editorial guidelines, independent research, collaborative project work and film screenings. The aim is to support your learning with an effective blend of theory and creative practice and to encourage ownership of your learning through self-directed projects.

Module titles

• Creative Development Projects
• Media Theory and Practice
• Collaborative Projects
• Advanced Production Practices
• Major Project: Practice Research Project
or
• Major Project: Dissertation

Assessment

Methods of assessment depend on the module and elective pathway you are taking.

They include:

• Creative projects portfolios and productions
• Live briefs
• Critical reflections
• Presentations
• Essay

Each module has its own assessment package and this is structured appropriately to reflect the module content. Practical-based modules are assessed by project and a reflective critical evaluation.

Career potential

Links with the BBC and other well-known and respected production companies could lead to work experience that will significantly enhance your CV. The course combines practical and theoretical elements that will appeal to a broad range of employers.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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This course will equip you with a solid grounding in the specialist skills and advanced theory that apply to post-production practice. Read more
This course will equip you with a solid grounding in the specialist skills and advanced theory that apply to post-production practice. During your time with us, you will tackle self-directed and team-orientated industry briefs. This will give you a practical understanding of the creative processes, production workflow and industry techniques looked for by employers.

Key benefits:

• Study at state-of-the-art facilities on our MediaCityUK campus
• Take your post-production skills to a professional standard
• Implement your knowledge through live briefs and opportunities for industry placements – this course is Creative-Skillset accredited.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/media-production-post-production-for-tv

Suitable for

Media practitioners and students. You’ll find the course particularly valuable if you want to build on your knowledge of post-production and current media practice. The course also provides a direct pathway for progression from a number of our undergraduate courses.

Programme details

On successful completion of the course, you’ll be able to demonstrate an advanced knowledge of creative and technical skills in your chosen specialism of media production.

Format

The teaching of this course is comprised of seminars, workshops in storytelling and production practice, study of broadcast and editorial guidelines, independent research, collaborative project work and film screenings.

The aim is to support your learning with an effective blend of theory and creative practice and to encourage ownership of your learning through self-directed projects.

Module titles

• Creative Development Projects
• Media Theory and Practice
• Collaborative Projects
• Advanced Production Practices
• Major Project: Practice Research Project
Or
• Major Project: Dissertation

Assessment

Methods of assessment depend on the module and elective pathway you are taking. They include:

• Creative projects portfolios and productions
• Live briefs
• Critical reflections
• Presentations
• Essay

Each module has its own assessment package and this is structured appropriately to reflect the module content. Practical-based modules are assessed by project and a reflective critical evaluation.

Career potential

This course is your route to careers across media. Roles could involve audio and video editing, special-effects work and audio dubbing. Past students have taken work placements with 360 Media, Granada, Sumners Post Production, Films @ 59, Flix Facilities and the BBC Natural History unit.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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On this course, you will learn how to research and produce original television documentaries. During your time with us, you will receive expert instruction and guidance on the concepts, techniques and processes key to the documentary form. Read more
On this course, you will learn how to research and produce original television documentaries. During your time with us, you will receive expert instruction and guidance on the concepts, techniques and processes key to the documentary form. And you will produce your own documentaries, collaborating with your fellow students in production teams.

Key benefits:

• Learn cutting-edge production techniques using the latest technologies at MediaCityUK
• Combine elective modules to suit your specialism
• Collaborate with the broadcast industry through live-industry briefs and media projects.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/media-production-tv-documentary-production

Suitable for

Graduates with an Honours degree or applicants with relevant experience in the broadcast / communications industries. You should want to develop your critical understanding and creative skills in the field. And your aim will be to pursue a career in documentary film-making or creative-media production.

Programme details

With opportunities to engage closely with industry, the course develops the skills and techniques required to work in the media, while encouraging independent creative content production.

Format

The teaching of this course is comprised of seminars, workshops in storytelling and production practice, study of broadcast and editorial guidelines, independent research, collaborative project work and film screenings.

The aim is to support your learning with an effective blend of theory and creative practice, and to encourage ownership of your learning through self-directed projects.

Module titles

• Creative Development Projects
• Media Theory and Practice
• Collaborative Projects
• Advanced Production Practices
• Major Project: Practice Research Project
Or
• Major Project: Dissertation

Assessment

Methods of assessment depend on the module and elective pathway you are taking. They include:

• Creative projects portfolios and productions
• Live briefs
• Critical reflections
• Presentations
• Essay

Each module has its own assessment package and this is structured appropriately to reflect the module content. Practical-based modules are assessed by project and a reflective critical evaluation.

Career potential

In previous years, a large number of graduates from this course have moved into broadcasting jobs as camera operators, editors, sound assistants, researchers and assistant producers. Former students are currently employed at the BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and independent companies across the UK.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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This course will equip you with innovative creative skills in the exciting field of TV Drama Production. During your time with us, you will learn specialist production crafts and gain a detailed knowledge of the fiction form. Read more
This course will equip you with innovative creative skills in the exciting field of TV Drama Production. During your time with us, you will learn specialist production crafts and gain a detailed knowledge of the fiction form.

Key benefits:

• Learn cutting-edge production techniques using the latest technologies on our MediaCityUK campus
• Combine elective modules to suit your specialism
• Collaborate with the broadcast industry through live-industry briefs and media projects.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/media-production-tv-drama-production

Suitable for

Graduates with an Honours degree or relevant experience in the broadcast or communications industries. You should want to develop your skills in specialist areas of drama production.

Programme details

You will receive informed, professional guidance throughout the course. To unlock your full creative potential, you will also collaborate with other students on production projects and team-up to form production teams.

Format

The teaching of this course is comprised of seminars, workshops in storytelling and production practice, study of broadcast and editorial guidelines, independent research, collaborative project work and film screenings.

The aim is to support your learning with an effective blend of theory and creative practice, and to encourage ownership of your learning through self-directed projects.

Module titles

• Creative Development Projects
• Media Theory and Practice
• Collaborative Projects
• Advanced Production Practices
• Major Project: Practice Research Project
Or
• Major Project: Dissertation

Assessment

Methods of assessment depend on the module and elective pathway you are taking. They include:

• Creative projects portfolios and productions
• Live briefs
• Critical reflections
• Presentations
• Essay

Each module has its own assessment package and this is structured appropriately to reflect the module content. Practical-based modules are assessed by project and a reflective critical evaluation.

Career potential

Past students have gone on to senior producing and commissioning jobs within television, while others now work as researchers, directors, producers, camera operators, editors and sound designers. The course has strong links with leading media organisations, including ITV, Channel 4, the BBC and the independent production sector.

Links with Industry

To develop your skills and employability, there are opportunities on our Media Production courses to work on live briefs and gain valuable work experience. Previous students have worked with:

• CBBC
• Framestore
• BBC Writersroom
• BBC Natural History Unit
• Nine Lives Media production company
• Sumners Post Production Facility House
• BBC Fast Train, BBC Academy, BBC Red Nose Day and BBC Turn Up the Talent
• Sheffield Documentary Festival, Salford Media Festival, One World Media Festival

The following prominent speakers have delivered guest lectures:

• Sir David Attenborough
• Joe Godwin (Director of BBC Childrens)
• Steve Hewlett (Media commentator / Guardian Columnist)
• Tony Palmer (Documentary filmmaker)
• Jackie Priddle (Aardman Animation Producer)
• BBC Stepping Out and Audience Research Team

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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Terrorism and security issues are at the top of the political agenda in many countries. This exciting and unique course gives you the opportunity to study these issues in depth, in a dynamic and stimulating academic environment. Read more
Terrorism and security issues are at the top of the political agenda in many countries. This exciting and unique course gives you the opportunity to study these issues in depth, in a dynamic and stimulating academic environment.

Key benefits:

• Learn from experts in global security and strategy who have published extensive research in respected political and historical journals
• Develop a deep insight into global terrorism and security at a time of great change and uncertainty following the Arab Spring
• Study modules dealing with various aspects of terrorism, counter-terrorism and security strategies

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/terrorism-and-security

Course Structure

During your time with us, you will examine a wide range of topics in depth, including terrorist groups and their strategies and counter-terrorism policies in the US, UK, Europe and the Middle East. You will also have the opportunity to examine the place of terrorism in relation to other threats to security, and the place of counter-terrorism strategies in relation to other state-led efforts to achieve and maintain security.

Format

If studying by attendance you will be taught through one three-hour session per week for each module. These sessions consist of introductory lectures and seminar discussions.

Distance learning modules are run via BlackBoard, the virtual learning environment. Each week a podcast lecture will be provided, as will key readings, a further reading list and online discussion questions. You will listen to the podcast, engage with the key readings, and actively contribute to online discussions in response to questions set by your lecturers.

Semester 1

Core Module:

• Terrorism: Threat and Response (30 credits)

One optional module from the following (30 credits):

• Security Networks, Intelligence and Internal Security (30 credits)
• International Political Economy (30 credits)
• International Relations Theory (30 credits)

Semester 2

Optional modules of up to 60 credits:

• The Middle East and Terrorism (30 credits)
• Security Networks, Intelligence and Internal Security (30 credits)
• The Secret State: Domestic Security in Britain, 1883-2012 (30 credits)

Semester 3

If you pass the taught component of the course you may then proceed to the 12,000 word dissertation, which is worth 60 credits. Those not wishing to continue onto the dissertation project can be awarded the Postgraduate Diploma if leaving the course at this stage.

You may replace the dissertation with the 60 credit Terrorism and Security Practicum, subject to the Programme Leader’s approval. This involves a work placement in an organisation, business or government department where terrorism and security concerns are dealt with on an ongoing basis. You will submit a 6,000 word research paper.

Assessment

You will be assessed through two essays per module each weighted at 50% of the overall mark for the module. After the successful completion of 120 credits (four modules) you will proceed to the 14,000 word dissertation (60 credits) or, for attendance students given permission to do so by the Programme Leader, the Terrorism and Security Practicum.

Career Prospects

You will develop a wide range of skills on the course (writing skills, communication skills, presentation skills, and analytical skills) that are transferable to a variety of careers. This means that you can follow a range of careers in the civil service, the armed forces, international or non-governmental organisations, think tanks and research institutions, and the media.

Graduates from this course have progressed in careers within Greater Manchester Police, the Home Office, the Lancashire Police Counterterrorism Branch, the security services of other countries, IT companies in the United States as well as international organisations such as the Strategic Police Matters Unit at the Organisation for Security and Co-Operation in Europe (OSCE).You may also pursue further study at doctoral level.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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This course will give you an excellent grounding in the central areas of linguistics and includes a foundation in applied language study. Read more
This course will give you an excellent grounding in the central areas of linguistics and includes a foundation in applied language study. You will also focus on the practical and theoretical aspects of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). While you are with us, you’ll follow a study programme designed for professional development, including seminars, site visits and opportunities for informal teaching practice. Work experience is preferred, but not required

Key benefits:

- Combines theoretical insights in language teaching and learning with practical applications
- Excellent graduate employment opportunities
- Benefit from our extensive expertise in TESOL, Linguistics and the Centre for Linguistics and Applied Linguistics.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/tesol-and-applied-linguistics

Course detail

This course combines theoretical insights in English language teaching (ELT) and learning with practical applications to specified contexts.

Format

The course is delivered through a combination of lectures, practical classes, student-led seminars, discussion of research papers, interactive group work and student discovery, analysis, reflection and evaluation. Self-access work also features on the programme.

Full-time study requires full–time attendance over a 12 month period (October to September). Part-time study allows students to complete the course over three years. There is no distance learning option for the course.

Semester 1

You will take two core modules.

- Language Structure and Use (30 credits)
- Second Language Learning and Teaching

Semester 2

You will take two core modules.

- Materials and Technology
- Research Methods for TESOL and Applied Linguistics (30 credits)

Semester 3

For the full Masters qualification a dissertation is required (12-15,000 words)

Assessment

Assessment is through a combination of of essay based and practical coursework, the application of theory to practical settings and students’ own teaching and learning contexts, data analysis and problem solving, materials development and/or critique projects, mini-research projects and critical evaluation of published research.

Career Prospects

Graduates of this course frequently go on to work as English language teachers, directors of studies and education managers in schools, colleges and universities. Employers of our previous graduates include the University of Liverpool, the University of Manchester, various other universities across the globe, state schools, private language schools, further education colleges, education agencies. Some students may go on to further study by research (MPhil), or a doctorate (PhD).

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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On completion of this programme you will be able to. Understand research, policy and other evidence in your chosen branch of nursing. Read more
On completion of this programme you will be able to:

• Understand research, policy and other evidence in your chosen branch of nursing
• Apply advanced knowledge when caring for client groups within legal, ethical and professional frameworks in an innovative and confident way
• Practice as a registered adult or mental health nurse
• Assess the needs of healthy and sick adults in different settings
• Understand nursing activities associated with caring for adults and their families

Please note: For applications for entry in September 2017 or later, it is likely there will be changes to the funding of fees and a bursary may no longer be available. Please see the ‘Fees and Funding’ tab for further details.

Visit the website: http://www.salford.ac.uk/pgt-courses/nursing-rn-adult-mental-health-children-young-people

Suitable for

Graduates from any discipline who are interested in developing the knowledge and practical skills to practice as a nurse.

Course detail

A blended learning approach will provide the foundation to the teaching and learning strategy by way of Seminars, Masterclasses, action learning, guided independent study, simulation and workshops. Theoretical learning will be complemented by Field of Practice and Level specific seminar group facilitation, discussion, dissemination and formative feedback.

The course has an equal split between time spent in theory and time spent in practice.

Applicants should be aware that in order to successfully complete the Programme and be eligible to apply for registration as a Registered Nurse (RN), that they will need to evidence 2300 hours of theoretical learning and 2300 Practice learning (4600 hours in total). This is a Programme requirement and so may not be reflected in the allocated specified hours of learning on the academic module specifications.

Modules

• Public Health and the Context of Nursing (30 credits)
• Critical Application of Nursing to Self and Others (30 credits)

You will take one of the following modules depending on the pathway you have chosen.

• Adult Nursing Practice 1 (30 credits)
• Mental Health Nursing Practice 1 (30 credits)
• Children's Nursing Practice 1 (30 credits)
• Judicious Nursing Practice (30 credits)
• Critical Analysis of Contemporary Nursing Issues - students will choose to study 2 themes (30 credits)

You will take one of the following modules depending on the pathway you have chosen.

• Adult Nursing Practice 2 (30 credits)
• Mental Health Nursing Practice 2 (30 credits)
• Childrens Nursing Practice 2 (30 credits)

Adult Nursing:

• Personal and Professional Practice in Adult Nursing (30 credits)
• Analytical Enquiry in Adult Nursing (30 credits)
• Adult Nursing Practice 3 (30 credits)

Mental Health Nursing:

• Personal and Professional Practice in Mental Health Nursing (30 credits)
• Analytical Enquiry in Mental Health Nursing (30 credits)
• Mental Health Nursing Practice 3 (30 credits)

Children and Young People's Nursing:

• Personal and Professional Practice in Children's Nursing (30 credits)
• Analytical Enquiry in Children's Nursing (30 credits)
• Children's Nursing Practice 3 (30 credits)

Assessment

Assessment methods are varied and include assignments, presentations, observed structured clinical examinations, exams and portfolio assessment.

Career prospects

Following successful completion of this course you will be able to gain employment in the nursing field related to your choice of branch. You will be equipped to embrace the challenges that working in health care in the 21st century brings. You will be employable within the NHS and in private health care organisations and may wish to pursue a career in health care management having already experienced study at postgraduate level.

How to apply: http://www.salford.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/applying

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