University of Salford Manchester

Salford and Jordan

The University of Salford has a long tradition of welcoming students from Jordan. Around 42 Jordanian students were registered at the University of Salford during the academic year 2010-11. Many of our programmes are professionally orientated, leading to outstanding international career opportunities for our Jordanian students. We visit Jordan around twice a year and we have dedicated staff who know and understand the Jordanian culture. The University of Salford is particularly keen to attract more PhD students from Jordan and is able to offer flexible split-site delivery options.

International scholarships

If you’ll need financial help to study abroad, we offer scholarships and bursaries worth up to £5,000. These include our Vice Chancellor’s Scholarships and several course-specific bursaries.

More about scholarship schemes

Our Students

Sogol Bazanjani

See what Sogol from Iran has to say about studying and living in Salford, and about her MSc in Events Management.

Events near you

Salford sends expert representatives to countries around the world with information about coming to the University as an international student. Find out more below about upcoming events near you.

Please check this page regularly for new or updated events.

More events

  • Vice Chancellor’s Undergraduate Scholarship
  • Vice Chancellor’s Postgraduate Scholarship
  • Country Discount Scheme

See ourscholarships FAQfor more information.


Bridge International

Mecca Street, Jaber Complex,
Sameeh Yaseen Building - 3rd Floor

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GESCO (Global Education Services Company)

Meka Street - El-Hijaz Towers,
Building No. 158, Office 603

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Holders of a a Tawjihi 60%+ average plus a recognised foundation programme or Diploma (from a Community College) / Intermediate Diploma / Associate Degree with a minimum overall average of Grade C+ (GPA of 2.5 = 65%) may be considered.


4 or more years Bachelor Degree with CGPA 2.50/4.00 ("Good" or 70-79.9% if percentage scale) or GPA 2.25/4.00 (60%, C) plus a minimum of 2 years relevant work experience.