The University has 279 students from Nigeria across a range of undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research programmes.
We visit the country regularly as well as having a member of staff based permanently based in Lagos.
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.
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.
Six credit passes (C6) at SSCE/WAEC/NECOand either:
West African GCE A level;
Ord National Dip (Upper credit);
National Certificate of Education; or a recognised foundation or successful completion of year at reputable Nigerian university.
Bachelor's Degree with minimum 2.2.
If you have a WAEC or NECO in English language with at least a C6 you shouldn't require a English test to study a Bachelors or Masters degree. Students who want to study a Foundation programme may require a English test.