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Applied what next

Applied - what happens next

Once your application has been received and a decision has been made, we will contact you. This is usually within a few weeks of receiving your application. If you have questions about the progress of your application please email our admissions team.

There are two types of offer:

  • Unconditional – which means that you have already satisfied all the requirements for entry and we accept you as a student
  • Conditional – which means there are some outstanding conditions you need to meet before we can accept you as a student. The conditions associated with your offer will be made clear in your offer letter. If you are waiting for exam results and then need to supply copies of academic certificates, please email them to our admissions team stating your full name and date of birth

Responding to your offer

To accept your place, please return the reply slip that is sent out with your offer letter. We recommend that you return your reply slip and accept your place as soon as possible.

Sorting out your fees

You will need to pay tuition fees to the University for the course you are studying. We have generous fee discounts including our Vice Chancellor's Excellence award and our loyalty bursary. You can choose to pay in full or by instalments. There is no automatic Government funding for postgraduate students but you can receive help from various sources or take out a career development loan.

Applying for accommodation

We are now taking applications for accommodation from September 2015 onwards, and will be making offers from now until September. We will contact you to let you know we have started taking applications. As soon as you have met the conditions of your offer, we will be in touch with details of the accommodation that has been reserved for you.
More information on the Accommodation website

Meet the conditions of your offer

When you have met the requirements we set out, you will be sent an official letter confirming your place at the University of Salford, together with your Welcome guide. This contains all of your joining information, including where to go and what to do in your first few days as a student at Salford.