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Our School of Arts and Media is a leader in education and research in the creative disciplines.
Our impressive industry partnerships and state-of-the-art facilities enable us to deliver innovative and relevant programmes, preparing students to succeed in the creative industries.
The courses we offer provide a balance of academic rigour and industry exposure. At postgraduate level, courses range from art and design to English and creative writing, journalism, media, music and performing arts.
As a student in this school, you’ll based at our £55 million flagship New Adelphi building or our site at MediaCityUK.
New Adelphi houses open plan art and design studios, a high specification 350 seat theatre, industry-standard dance studios, music rehearsal and recording studios.
At MediaCityUK, we sit side-by-side with the likes of the BBC and ITV in a building that boasts industry-standard TV and radio studios, a digital performance lab, craft editing suites, a green screen studio and audio production suites.
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This course is designed for students to refine their subject specific practice through creative industry experience, studio based experimentation, contextual research and critical dialogue to enable them to graduate as professional artists within the wider context of contemporary arts networks. Read more
The MA Contemporary Performance Practice is a practical, interdisciplinary course that will introduce you to a range of approaches and concepts, which are vital to the making of live performance in and in response to the world today. Read more
On our course in Creative Writing you will develop work at the cutting-edge of new and evolving practices so that it really stands out, making it unique and distinctively attractive to the current market. Read more
This programme explores the art and craft of choreography, as well as the wider professional demands of a choreographer, such as skills in producing and pedagogy. Read more
This course explores the creative and professional skills needed for dance teachers, educators and youth dance leaders. The programme has a similar structure to a PGCE Dance. Read more
This course is a professionally focused course, co-designed and co-delivered with industry partner Joss Arnott Dance. You will explore dance performance in a ‘company model’. Read more
MA Fashion Design at the University of Salford has been designed in response to national and international demand for a creative and industry-focused postgraduate degree. The aim of this programme is to respond to those needs and produce graduates who have a strong, conceptual and holistic understanding of fashion design. Read more
Festivals and live events in public space shape cities, transform landscapes, and create new communities. This course will enable you to design and deliver remarkable events - from traditional cultural celebrations to contemporary arts festivals. Read more
Intelligence and security issues are at the top of the political agenda following the terrorist attacks of September 11 2001 and the insurgencies in Iraq and Afghanistan. Read more
From the BBC’s ‘Breaking News’ stories shared on social media to Al Jazeeras podcasts published on their website – Foreign Correspondence professionals are taking advantage of digital technology to reach diversifying audiences. Read more
This NCTJ accredited course has been designed to be a springboard to a challenging and rewarding career in journalism. During your time with us, you will learn the skills that you will need to become an incisive, thoughtful and successful journalist. Read more
This programme is your chance to gain in-depth knowledge and refine your critical skills through analysis of a wide-range of literary and cultural texts, including film and photography. Read more