Clearing Offer Holder Hub
Congratulations on your offer!
Now that you’ve been made a clearing offer, you need to formally apply to the University. The email you received confirming your clearing offer has information on how to do this – please read it carefully and follow the instructions given.
If you’ve already got an application in the UCAS system, we aim to process your application within three working days. If you’re applying via our applicant portal, it may take a little longer as we need to check through the certificates you’ve provided. Please allow up to five working days for your application to be processed.
Once your application is fully processed, you’ll receive an email confirming this, and over the next few weeks we’ll keep in touch to make sure you have all the information you need before you start at Salford.
Applying at this time of year means that you might have to organise your accommodation, student finance and support and other activities a bit more quickly than other applicants. Please don’t worry, we’re here with you every step of the way, and we hope you'll be able to find all the information you need on this page.
Take a look at some other ways in which we can support you below. If you still have any questions, please get in touch using the contact details at the bottom of this page.
When can you expect to hear from us?
|18 August||The welcome website launches!|
|22 August||We’ll start sending out Registration emails this week so keep an eye on your inbox.|
|24 August||Look out for information about your course induction schedule.|
|31 August||Your timetable will be released this week, and we'll send an introduction to your school.|
|5 September||Arrival slots for moving into accommodation start this week, and Campus Living Villages will have some activities for those of you moving in early.|
|12-19 September||Welcome and Induction Week - there will be a variety of welcome activities taking place to welcome you to the university, along with course induction activities introducing you to your course.|
|19 September||Teaching starts!|
- FAQs: Our FAQs have been developed to support students looking to start their studies with us in September and provide up-to-date information on Fees and Funding, Accommodation, Campus Life and more.
- Countdown to September: Find out everything you need to know before you start in September, from receiving your results to arriving and settling in.
- Official Facebook group: Join the community to find and chat with your future course and flatmates.
- Follow us on social media for the latest news from our campus:
Living in student accommodation is a great way to get settled into university life, meet new people and immerse yourself in the student experience. Accommodation at Salford is managed by our partner, Campus Living Villages, and we have two sites:
Peel Park Quarter
Peel Park Quarter (PPQ) is based on our main campus, just a stone’s throw away from University facilities and lecture spaces. PPQ was recently voted the second-best halls of residence in the UK by Student Hut and all rooms are en-suite. Prices start from £141.18 per week for Bronze rooms to £166.70 per week for Diamond rooms.
John Lester & Eddie Colman Courts
John Lester and Eddie Colman Courts is situated around a ten-minute walk away from our Frederick Road campus and are the closest halls of residence to our MediaCity campus. Prices start from £113 per week for Bronze rooms and up to £143 per week for Platinum rooms.
How to book accommodation
Both our Peel Park Quarter and John Lester/Eddie Colman accommodation sites are currently full. If we receive any cancellations, then rooms will be released online. Please keep an eye on the Campus Living Villages website for any updates. Alternatively, you can take a look at the information below on Manchester Student Homes, who can support you in finding somewhere to live off campus.
If you have secured a place, accommodation contracts start on 5 September 2022 and you will be required to book a slot for arrival with Campus Living Villages - they will contact you about this nearer the time.
Please be assured that there will be options to arrive outside of normal working hours, so no matter how far you’re travelling from, you’ll be able to move in at a time that suits you.
Living off campus
If you are unable to secure a room within our Campus Living Villages accommodation or would prefer to live off-campus, we would recommend that you search for accommodation options using Manchester Student Homes. They are a free, university-run housing service that only advertises properties from accredited landlords. For more information, please contact them directly by emailing email@example.com or calling +44 (0)161 275 7680.
Many of our students choose to commute to University and with a range of onsite parking and excellent public transport links to each of our campuses – Peel Park, Frederick Road and MediaCity – commuting here couldn’t be easier.
We also have several commuter hubs on campus which have been designed to meet the needs of a commuter student, whether it’s a place to relax in between lectures, grab some food or socialise. If you live close enough to campus that you’re planning on travelling in, take a look at the blog below or watch the video to find out more!
If you have already applied for your tuition fee and/or maintenance loan, it’s a really simple process to inform the Student Loans Company that you’re coming to Salford. Provided that you haven’t registered at another university, you can log into the Student Finance portal and change the institution to the University of Salford. You can find out more guidance on this online. If you’re a part-time applicant, you will need to contact the relevant funding body directly, rather than using the portal.
If you haven’t yet applied for your tuition fee and maintenance loans, you will need to do this as soon as possible to ensure your funding is in place before you start your studies. Both loans are provided by the Student Loans Company and applications are made to Student Finance England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland as appropriate. If you’re a student from outside the UK, you can find a handy guide to applying for student finance on the Student Room.
If you have any questions or need some help, please contact us using the form above.
Inspire Support Scheme
The Inspire support scheme gives all new undergraduate students £150 credit to spend in a dedicated online store if they are starting a foundation year or year one of an undergraduate degree that is based at the University. Through the online store, you’ll be able to buy learning resources, such as textbooks, electronics or stationery, to help give you the best possible start to your studies here at Salford.
The scheme will run annually, so you’ll receive £150 of credit for each year of your undergraduate degree if you’re based on campus. If you’re from a low-income background, living in an area where participation with higher education is low, you may also be eligible to receive an additional £350 of credits, bringing the total to £500 each year – this will be based on your personal circumstances and is assessed once you register as a student here in September.
Once you have registered as a student at the University of Salford, you will automatically be given access to your Inspire account. For more information on the scheme and the products you can buy, please visit the Inspire website. You can also see the full terms and conditions and some frequently asked questions on the website.
Wellbeing and Support
We understand that starting university is an exciting yet stressful time, especially this year. At the University of Salford, there is support available to you whenever you need it through our dedicated student support service, askUS.
askUS have a range of support services in place, including disability and learner support, wellbeing and counselling, and diversity and faith. The team can also advise you on a variety of areas, from finance to accommodation to employment and more.
If you need support, it’s really important to let us know as soon as possible so that we can help you – to speak to a member of the team for more information, please call the Clearing Support Team on +44 (0)161 295 5880.
We also have a peer support service called Rafiki, which is led by our students who are here to listen and guide you should you experience any problems while studying at the University.
Students can also find support from Student Minds, the UK’s student mental health charity. They have established a resource called 'transitions', to help guide you through the process of moving and settling into life at university.
Explore your course
If you would like to know more about your chosen course, from our facilities to student experiences to assessments in your first year, please click the relevant image below.
The academic year is divided into three terms, known as trimesters, which are 14 weeks long including vacation periods. The majority of our courses do not have teaching during trimester three; however, if you’re on an accelerated course, a course with a mid-year start or a course aligned to a healthcare profession, you will be taught during this period. For a breakdown of the 2022/23 academic year, please click the link below.
Chat to our current students
Want to find out what it’s really like studying at the University of Salford? Speak to our students! Send a message to one of our ambassadors – they are happy to chat and answer questions about student life.