Your Applicant Visit Day
Schedule and Information - Wednesday 13 March 2019
"Staff and student ambassadors were very accommodating and went into a lot of detail in explaining the courses. They also allowed you to ask a lot of questions."
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Your Applicant Visit Day is almost here! We’re looking forward to seeing you.
We’ve put this page together to give you a bit more information about the day but if you feel like we’ve missed anything, feel free to get in touch on 0161 295 4545, firstname.lastname@example.org or @salforduni.
The overall schedule for the day is included below and you can download a copy too. Any optional sessions you’ve booked onto in the morning are confirmed in your booking confirmation email but we’ll send them again prior to your visit.
- 9:15am: Check-in starts at University House
- 10am – 10:45am: Optional Session 1
- 10:45am – 11:30am: Optional Session 2
- 11:30am – 12:15pm: Optional Session 3
- 12:15pm – 1pm: Lunch
- 1:15pm – 1:45pm: Life at Salford talk
- 1:45pm onwards: Course Sessions - Select your course below to see details. We'll take you from the Life at Salford talk to wherever your session is taking place and, don't worry, it won't start until everyone gets there.
We'll be based in University House (building 11 on the campus map) for the morning sessions and then, throughout the day, we'll take you to each of the optional activities and then your afternoon course sessions. Once you've found us, you shouldn't need to make your own way around campus but we will have our Student Ambassadors around in red tops if you need directing or have any questions about life as a Salford student.
Scroll down to find your course schedule to complete your day!
During the lunch break, we’ll be providing lunch for you and your guests – including vegetarian and halal options. Or, if you fancy finding something for yourself, our Students’ Union run kitchen and bar – Atmosphere – is located in the same building and has a full menu of pizzas, burgers, salads, wraps and more.
Parents, Carers, and Supporters
We’ve also put together a general guide for Parents, Carers and Supporters to help you in your vital role of supporting your applicant through the application and decision-making process.