This Mini Open Day is focused on prospective students who are looking to start their studies in September 2019. If you have already made an application to study with us in 2019, we will be running Applicant Visit Days between February and April and invites will be sent to all offer-holders in the New Year. You’re still welcome to attend the Mini Open Day if you wish, but it will be focused primarily on prospective students who have not yet made an application.
Of course! Choosing a university is a big decision, so we’d absolutely encourage you to bring anyone along who might support you with it.
You can let us know about your access requirements when you book onto our Mini Open Day. We’ll then work with you to do everything we can to support your visit. Below is some general accessibility information that you may find useful.
Access to buildings & routes around campus
We have worked closely with DisabledGo (the leading provider of access information for disabled people in the UK) to produce an assessment of our campus and facilities.
This work has provided detailed information about our access, and you can find their assessment of our campus and facilities here.
Accessible car parking
We have accessible car parking spaces across campus.
All University building are equipped with a Deaf Alerter radio-based fire alarm warning and public address messaging system.
Salford Crescent train station
Salford Crescent train station is on campus, but is not part of the University. Access is by steps or lift.
Please contact Disability & Learner Support for study related support.
If you have any questions about our Mini Open Day, then please get in touch and we’ll be happy to help. You can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 295 4545 (lines are open Monday through Thursday 9am – 5pm and Friday 10am – 4pm).
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