The UCAS application process
APPLYING VIA UCAS
You can apply online via the UCAS website. Your school or college should help you to access this service, and will give you a buzzword which you will need to register. You can also use the service if you’re applying independently in the UK and overseas.
Take some time to check your online application before you submit it. It’s important that you take care when completing the 'choices' section and use the correct institution codes and programme codes.
You can apply for up to five programmes, so make sure you think through your options carefully before applying. Also check that the 'education' section displays your correct qualification details. You should then forward your application on to your referee, who will check your application, provide the reference and forward the application to UCAS. If you are applying independently, you will be responsible for obtaining and adding the reference yourself.
It costs £24 to apply for two-five choices. If, however, you wish to only apply to the University of Salford and you are only applying for one programme, you may use a single entry at a fee of £18. You may pay online using a credit or debit card, or alternatively if you are applying from your school or college they may choose to be invoiced.
You can follow the progress of your application 24 hours a day, seven days a week using UCAS Track. If you experience any difficulties applying, you should contact the UCAS Customer Services team on +44 (0)871 468 0468.
If you would like further help from the University, please contact our Course Enquiries team on 0161 295 4545 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
All applications should be made via the UCAS website, except for:
- applications for part-time courses and BSc (Hons) Nursing Studies
- applications for the International Foundation Year
- applications for post qualifying Health and Social care courses and single modules
- applications for International and the Graduate Certificate in Management (GCIM)
If the above applies to you, please see the ‘Alternative application process’ section on this page for more details of how to apply.