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"One of the main reasons for going to university is to experience your first steps in adult life. I had some wonderful encounters with people who I believe will remain lifelong friends."      

Elliott Ames BA Television & Radio

Living in accommodation at Salford is a great way to get settled into university life, helping you to meet new people, explore your new city and become independent.

You’ll also be supported by your Denizen reps – Salford students who live in your halls, who are on hand to help with any issues you might face.

We have two accommodation villages which are managed by our partner, CLV. With a range of room options, you can choose which one suits your budget and needs. Both sites include Wi-Fi, social areas and free on-site gyms.

For more information and bookings, please contact CLV:

T: 0161 669 5750



This village overlooks the beautiful Peel Park on our main campus, meaning you can be out the door and in lectures in a matter of minutes. You’ll also be a stone’s throw from other campus facilities such as the SU shop, library, sports centre and Atmosphere bar and cafĂ©.

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These are the closest halls of residence to our MediaCityUK campus and health buildings, so they’re a great choice if you’re studying nursing, healthcare and media related courses. They’re also a short walk from our main campus, making them popular with all students.

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If you decide halls aren’t for you and want to look for your own place, we recommend using Manchester Student Homes. They offer free house-hunting advice and can help you keep informed of your rights as a private tenant.

They only work with fully accredited landlords, meaning they have to comply with strict requirements.

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If you decide to live at home and commute into Salford, there are plenty of public transport links to take you to campus. Salford Crescent train station is located right next to our main campus, and many buses to and from the city centre run along Chapel Street. Our MediaCityUK campus is connected to the Metrolink tram system, and the number 50 bus is free for students to travel between sites.