When you choose a university, your decision is about more than where you’ll spend the next few years studying. It has the potential to shape your future, giving you the tools you’ll need to carve out a successful career. There’s no better way to find out what course and university is right for you than visiting in person. There are plenty of ways to do this, from joining us at an open day to attending a fair or one of our applicant visit days. We look forward to welcoming you at an upcoming event soon. It could be the start of your Salford story.
If you want to find out more about any course at the University of Salford, come and visit us at a UCAS fair. These events are held up and down the country and are a great starting point when it comes to choosing the right university.
When you visit us in person, you'll get a taste of what life at the University of Salford has to offer. You’ll also get to explore our campus and facilities, tour our accommodation, and find out more about the course or subject area that interests you.
Our Open Days for 2018 entry will be held on:
Find out how to book a place.
If you have received an offer to study with us in 2017, you’ll soon receive an invite to one of our applicant visit days. See below for more details.
If you have a conditional or unconditional offer for one of our courses, you’ll be invited to an applicant visit day. During the day you’ll get a more detailed insight into your course and will find out more about how it is taught and the facilities available.
Find out more about our applicant visit days.
Taking the next step on your academic journey will allow you to specialise in your area of interest. Come to one of our postgraduate open days to find out more about our programmes.
Find out more about our postgraduate open days.
If you’re an international student and are thinking about studying at the University of Salford, visiting one of our European or international fairs is a great way to find out more.
See our list of international fairs for dates, times and locations.