Indians at the University study across a range of levels, with interest mainly, although not exclusively, focused on postgraduate taught courses.
Applications from India represent approximately 25% of the total number of international applications received by the University.
The University has an Indian Student Society which organises cultural and social events for students and staff with an interest in India.
UK universities, including the University of Salford, have launched a new film aimed at helping the most talented Indian students better understand the process of applying to the UK’s world-leading universities.
Sathyakumar talks about winning the Sir Frank Whittle trophy - and gives international students some advice.
Please check this page regularly for new or updated events.
The University of Salford is proud to offer a range of scholarships aimed at supporting high achieving international students who are committed to pursuing their studies and will benefit from the Salford experience.
For information on all our scholarships, please go to International Scholarships
Applicants from India may be especially interested in:
2nd Floor, Metro Palace
Opp. North Railway Station
For more information regarding other Choice International- India offices, please visit the website
Unit 7W, The Millennium
235/2A AJC Bose Road, 700020
Adjacent to Hotel Hindusthan International
For more information regarding other Global Reach- India offices, please visit the website
GeeBee Education Pvt Ltd
27, Vaswani Mansions, 5th Floor,
Dinshaw Vachha Road, 400020, Opp. K.C. College,
For more information regarding other GeeBee Education- India offices, please visit the website
Education Link (Oberois Education Link Private Limited)
503, 88 Skipper Corner
Nehru Place, 110019
For more information regarding other Education link- India offices, please visit the website
The following grades are normally required (Exam Board in brackets): 50% (West Bengal), 55% (ISC, awarded by CISCE), 60% (CBSE), 65% (All other State Boards)
3 or 4 year Bachelor degree with an overall average of 55% from a recognised institution or 50% plus any relevant work experience or additional, relevant qualifications