Salford Business School
Salford Business School is delighted to support the EVAs and to recognise the work of business women in the North West. As a School, we are especially recognised for our commitment to supporting SMEs and social businesses; the awards of Small Business Charter and the Social Enterprise Gold Mark reflect our commitment to such business organisations.
We aim to be the most business-informed, industry-relevant business school in the UK. Part of the University of Salford, we offer Business, Finance and Law programmes that attract students from around the world. Ours is a lively, diverse and supportive community with a real-world approach to business learning.
Industry shapes everything we do, from informing our students’ learning to providing work placements, driving our research and influencing our academic staff. We are committed to developing business leaders and managers that are equipped for next-generation practice in the global marketplace.
We work with industry in a number of ways, most especially through work placements. Our strong links with industry mean we can give students real-world experience as an integral part of their learning; this also means that businesses can access a high quality of bright, enthusiastic students who will bring up-to-the-minute thinking on all your business needs.
If you would like to find out more about the opportunities to take a student for an internship or work placement; or learn about the other ways we work with industry, visit www.salford.ac.uk/business-school/business-and-partnerships.
Professor David Spicer, Dean of Salford Business School, says: “Salford Business School courses are inspired by contemporary practice and developed in partnership with industry and business leaders. We believe in working with the people who lead their fields to enable our students to develop the skills successful businesses need. Ultimately, these partnerships deliver pathways into the workplace and make all of our students more employable.”
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