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Applicant Visit Day

Schedule and Information - 24 February 2018 9.30am-4pm

"Ask a lot of questions..."

"Staff and student ambassadors were very accommodating and went into a lot of detail in explaining the courses. They also allowed you to ask a lot of questions."

Feedback from Applicant Visit Day visitor

Your Applicant Visit Day is almost here! We’re looking forward to seeing you.

We’ve put this page together to give you a bit more information about the day but if you feel like we’ve missed anything, feel free to get in touch on 0161 295 4545, or @salforduni.

Select your course below to see where you need to check in, where to park and view the schedule for your specific session. When you arrive and check in, we’ll provide you with a visitor’s guide for the day but the information below will give you a good idea of what will be happening and allow you to plan your day in order to make the most of your visit.

Course Schedule & More Info

To see where you can park, check in and the details of what you’ll be doing in your course session, choose your course from the drop-down below:

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Campus Info

Main Schedule

9amCheck in opens

There will be check in points on Peel Park campus and at Frederick Road campus.

9.45amWelcome talk

The Welcome talks will be held at:

  • Peel Park Campus – Maxwell Hall
  • Peel Park Campus – Lady Hale building (for courses in Business, Accounting and Law only)
  • Frederick Road Campus – Mary Seacole Building
10.30amSubject sessions

Subject sessions will begin at 10.30am and are designed to give you an in-depth taste of your chosen course. Select your course above to see which campus you’ll be based on and where you’ll need to check in when you arrive. You’ll find a full programme of activity for your course in the Applicant Visit Day Guide folder you’ll receive upon arrival. For the most part parents and supporters are welcome to attend along with applicants, but in some of the more practical courses such as performance-based courses, parents cannot attend. Please see below for options.

11amParents and supporters Q&A session

For any parents and supporters who would prefer not to attend subject sessions, or for subject sessions where parents cannot attend, we’ll be holding a Q&A session on both campuses – ask us anything about finance, accommodation, the application process and student support.

1.30pm and 2.30pmFinance & Student Support Talk – Peel Park campus 

These talks cover fees, funding and all things finance as well as the various support services we have in place for our students.

1.30pmFinance & Student Support Talk – Frederick Road campus

These talks cover fees, funding and all things finance as well as the various support services we have in place for our students.

2.30pmDisability and Learner Support - How is it different in higher education?

Peel Park Campus

Hear from our Disability and Learner Support team about how they can work with you to ensure you get the best support available to you. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions or go visit them in University House for a one to one chat.

11am onwardsCampus tours

Campus tours are available from 11am onwards on both campuses. Campus tours last around 30 minutes and are delivered by our Student Ambassadors.

All dayAccommodation drop in – Peel Park Quarter

Our accommodation at Peel Park Quarter is open all day to drop in and have a look round. We have a coach running all day; bus stop locations will be confirmed on the day.

10am onwardsAccommodation drop in – John Lester & Eddie Colman Courts

John Lester and Eddie Colman Courts are also open from 10am onwards for you to drop in and have a look at the accommodation there. We have a coach running all day; bus stop locations will be confirmed on the day.

All dayaskUS drop in

Throughout the day our askUS student advisers will be available for you to ask any questions about student support, finance, disability, careers and employability.

All dayDisability one to one drop-inThe Disability and Learner Support team is here to help students with disabilities, mental health needs, medical conditions and specific learning difficulties. The team will be on hand to answer your questions about the support available here at Salford.
All dayQ&A

If you have any questions about your application or anything else we haven’t yet answered, please visit any of the check in desks and one of the team will be able to assist.