Before you apply
Deciding on the right course for you
We offer a range of courses, you just need to find the one that suits you. Use our course finder pages to find detailed information on course content, who we think the course is suitable for and entry requirements.
Think about what you have studied and where your strengths lie. Also think about your future career – where do you want to be in ten years time? Make sure you choose the right course to enhance your career.
You can find information on where our graduates go on to work and the percentage of our students in employment on course finder. Over half of our courses have a work placement option so you will gain the experience you need to get on in your chosen career. Plus whilst you are here our careers and employability department are on hand to enhance your employability skills. With volunteering opportunities, study skills and career planning.
Find out more about the University of Salford and our courses by coming along to one of our Undergraduate Open Days. You’ll get to go to talks and speak to tutors from your chosen subject area, see our facilities and visit our brand new centre at MediaCityUK.
Fees and Funding
University fees and funding for 2012 entry onwards have changed. We have put together a guide to every aspect of student finance including fees, our discounts and cash awards, loans, grants, and repayments. Make sure you know how much your chosen course will cost and what discounts and cash awards you qualify for so you know what your investment will be. Plus take a look at our guide to budgeting whilst at Uni.
Preparing your application
All applications for undergraduate courses should be submitted via the UCAS website. If you are at college or school make sure you seek advice from your school or college tutor on the application process. The main thing to prepare is your personal statement. This is where you can showcase your abilities and explain the reasons why you are suitable for your chosen courses. There are some helpful hints and tips on UCAS, including a video on writing your personal statement.