Our University-wide Open Days are open to everyone and cover all our undergraduate subject areas and specialisms.
You’ll learn more about the courses we have on offer, view our specialist facilities and meet the staff and current students from your subject area of interest. We also run tours of our campuses at Peel Park, Frederick Road and MediaCityUK, as well as our accommodation, library and sports centre.
Booking pages for our October dates will be available closer to the time.
We can let you know let you know as soon as we have the details:
Choosing the right university is an important decision, so it’s a good idea to come along and take a look round the campus in person.
As well as touring our buildings and seeing what facilities we have on offer, you’ll get the chance to speak to our academic staff and current students, giving you a real feel of what it’s like to study at the University of Salford.
How long is a piece of string? Our Open Days are structured to allow you the flexibility to spend as much or as little time as you’d like on campus. There will be talks and tours both in the morning and afternoon across each of our three campuses and you can plan your own schedule by choosing to attend the events and times that suit you.
We’ll have a range of presentations, tours and talks for you to attend.
There will be academic content and the chance to attend talks for different courses. You can take a look around our accommodation and go on a campus tour led by one of our friendly student ambassadors.
Our askUS team will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have on matters such as finance, wellbeing, clubs and societies or sports.
Closer to the Open Day, we’ll give you some suggested itineraries to use as examples of how you might want to spend your day, but ultimately it’s all up to you.
Yes. If you use the above link to register your interest in upcoming Open Days, we’ll keep you up to date with all of the important information including when the booking pages go live.
You’ll receive a printed copy of our Open Day guide when you register on the day and we’ll also have downloadable versions available closer to the Open Day.
There’s a lot going on at these events, so we’d definitely recommend having a look at it before you visit, as well as our sample itineraries.
Once you’ve booked a place, we’ll email you as soon as all this is up on the web so be sure to check your emails regularly.
Anyone who’s interested in enrolling onto an undergraduate degree course is more than welcome.
Yes, you’re welcome to bring guests along for the day.
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 inform us of any access requirements when you book onto our Open Days and we’ll work with you to ensure we do everything we can to support your visit.
Below is some general accessibility information that you may find useful.
DisabledGo have worked closely with the University in producing 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.
Currently, there are some temporary changes to routes around campus and to entrances to buildings due to major works. This construction is taking place to improve the campus environment for all student, staff and visitors. Alternative routes and entrances are signposted and should be accessible.
If you find barriers to your access anywhere at the University either as a result of temporary work, or more permanent, please contact Estates & Property Services on 0161 295 4444 (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Disability & Learner Support on 0161 295 9000 (email@example.com).
In addition to the information on DisabledGo’s website, you can now find your way around our whole campus with our new free app, AccessAble Salford Uni.
Developed by Estates and Property Services in partnership with DisabledGo (the leading provider of access information for disabled people in the UK), this brand new app includes detailed accessibility information about lecture halls, cafes and bars, toilets, and halls of residence.
The launch of the app continues the University’s strong commitment to equality and inclusive design – so that our campus can be used by everyone. We have worked with DisabledGo since 2008, to provide trusted accessibility information about our campus.
To download the app and for more information:
We have accessible car parking spaces across campus. Blue badge holders can park for free. To obtain a parking permit, please take your blue badge to Reception in Maxwell Building. For information about locations and use, please contact our Estates office on 0161 295 4444 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
All University building are equipped with a Deaf Alerter radio-based fire alarm warning and public address messaging system.
Salford Crescent train station is on campus, but is not part of the University. Access is by steps or lift.
For further information regarding disabled access please see the University's information on DisabledGo or contact the building manager of the building you wish to visit (http://www.estates.salford.ac.uk/managers).
Please contact Disability & Learner Support for study related support.
The University of Salford is located just 2km from Manchester City Centre.
We have excellent transport links – Salford Crescent train station is located right on campus and regular bus services run past – and several large car parks available to visitors, students and staff.
Closer to the day, once you’ve booked a place, we’ll send you specific advice on where you need to go for your selected course or have a look at our general ‘How to find us’ page’
If you have any questions about our Open Days, then please get in touch and we’ll be happy to help. You can email us on email@example.com or call 0161 295 4545 (lines are open between 9am – 5pm GMT).
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