Skip to main content

Location and How to find us


Throughout the day we’ll take you from place to place depending on which sessions you’ve booked to attend, so don’t worry about needing to find your way around. We’ve included a map in the guide you’ll receive when you check-in and at the below link, though, to help you  get a feel for the campus.

If you are attending any of the optional sessions in the morning, you'll need to visit University House on our Peel Park campus - building number 11 on our campus map – where you can check-in and grab a drink before we split you off into these sessions.

If you are coming only for the Life at Salford talk and the afternoon course sessions starting at 1:15pm,  these will take place in the following buildings:

  • For courses in the School of the Built Environment (Architecture, Construction, Property and Surveying courses): Chapman Building, building number 10 on the campus map.
  • For all other courses in the School of Health and Society: Mary Seacole Building, building number 14 on the campus map.

The afternoon course sessions will be taking place in several buildings on our Peel Park campus , depending on which course you have applied for. We recommend that you attend the Life at Salford talk first and we will take you from there to wherever your course session is taking place.

How to find us

The University is just 2km from Manchester city centre on the A6 and is well-served by Salford Crescent train station – located right on campus, a 5-minute walk from where we'll be based throughout the morning and afternoon – and regular bus services both into and out of Manchester which stop right on campus.

While we do have on-campus parking, during term time the car parks are very busy so we'd strongly recommend that you make use of public transport where possible for this event as parking will be extremely limited.

More information on how to find the University:

Salford Crescent train station is located in the middle of our campus, between our Peel Park and Frederick Road sites, making us very easy to get to by rail. Trains from both Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria run through the station regularly, as well as from Manchester Airport, Blackpool, Southport, Wigan, Blackburn, Preston and Huddersfield. The station is fully accessible for wheelchairs, pushchairs and bicycles.

The Crescent/A6 runs alongside our campus and is a major bus route into and out of Manchester city centre. There are several stops for our campus, so to find the best journey for you, see Transport for Greater Manchester’s Route Explorer.


We would strongly encourage you to make use of public transportation where possible today as parking, both on-campus and in the surrounding area, becomes very limited during term time.

**Another option has been added to our below list of available car parks - Christchurch Avenue - but we would still stress that parking will be very limited today. Salford Crescent train station and several of the nearby bus stops are actually slightly closer to today's Applicant Visit Day than many of our car parks, so please do consider them if at all an option for you.**

However, if you do choose to drive, our Security team will be on hand doing their best to help you find any available parking spaces but may need to redirect you to one of our other car parks - all of which are free to use for your visit today.

Please note that the Museum & Art Gallery car park is not owned by the university, so is not free today.

Car Park

Number of Spaces

Use Postcode

Irwell Place


M5 4WT

Christchurch Avenue


M5 4NZ

Delaney (student accommodation)


M5 4RB

Lowry (student accommodation)


M5 4NJ

Mary Seacole


M6 5ST



M6 6PU

If you feel like stretching your legs and want to get a feel for the area, we’re a pretty easy 15 minute walk from Manchester city centre. From the Arndale Centre, head across the River Irwell to Chapel Street and take a left…that will bring you past Salford Central train station (on your left), Salford Cathedral (a bit further up on your right) and, about half a mile later, right to our doorstep.

Manchester International Airport is 10 miles from the University. There are regular, direct train services to and from Salford Crescent station and Manchester Piccadilly. Buses also link the airport and Manchester city centre. To find the best journey for you, see Transport for Greater Manchester’s Route Explorer.