Bachelor’s degree courses

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Study one of our industry-focused courses to gain the practical skills you need to succeed in your dream career. You will get opportunities to do live projects, placements, field trips, or hear from guest speakers. 

If you do not have the right qualifications, we will support you to gain entry to our degree courses.

Our campus is just minutes away from Manchester, UK, which was recently named the third best city in the world by Time Out in 2021!

Explore our courses below and register for updates.

Business management

Salford business school undergraduate students

Become part of the new generation of innovative and entrepreneurial leaders at Salford Business School. Our courses prepare you for the world of work by putting your knowledge into practice on real-world projects, paid placement years and business challenges set by our industry partners.

Choose Salford to study in a supportive environment and be connected with industry professionals worldwide. 

Computer sciences

Undergraduate computer science students

We offer a range of computer science and cyber security courses which are taught in our specialist computing suites and laboratories. You will have the option to take a placement year to boost your career prospects.

Salford and Manchester have a thriving tech scene, so you can get involved in hacks and industry events, such as HackManchester and the Ada Lovelace Colloquium.

Life Sciences

Undergraduate life sciences student in the labs

Explore our wide range of accredited degrees in life sciences which are taught by internationally leading researchers.

If you study here, you will  learn in our advanced, integrated teaching laboratory known as the Bodmer Lab and use the latest technologies. You will get opportunities to do fieldwork and placements to gain the skills you need to succeed in your career.

Engineering

Bachelor's engineering undergraduate student

We offer a range of courses in engineering which are taught in our specialist spaces including our heavy loads laboratory, our mechanical laboratory and aerodynamics laboratory. In these you can find wind tunnels, tensile test machines, high-tech laser cutters and more.

If you study engineering with us, you will learn through various methods, including site visits, industry briefs and guest lecturers with industry professionals.

You will be able to work on exciting projects and join societies such as Salford Racing and Greenpower.

Our bachelor's degree courses

Accounting and Finance

Our Accounting and Finance programme is accredited by the major industry bodies (ACCA, CIMA, ICAEW and CIPFA) so you know that what you learn is aligned with industry standards.

BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance

Why study at Salford?

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We’re located minutes from Manchester, an exciting and internationally renowned city famous for sports, music, science and the arts.

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Our community is very friendly and multi-cultural, with 3,000 international students in a total student population of 20,000.

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We’re the only university to have a campus at MediaCity, next to the BBC and ITV. This gives our students the opportunity to collaborate with digital and media companies.

Entry requirements

For most of our undergraduate courses, you will need to show proof of your English language abilities and have at least IELTS 6.0. You will also need 112 – 120 UCAS tariff points which are equal to A-levels BBC – BBB, or equivalent qualifications from your country.

You can check what qualifications we accept from your country:

Pathways onto our degrees

If you don’t have the right qualifications to study our undergraduate courses yet, you can take our International Foundation Year. If you pass the International Foundation Year with the right grade, you will get a guaranteed offer to study one of our undergraduate courses. Some courses offer the option to start in September or January.

Discover more about the course by watching the video below.

International students

Take the next step

Choosing what to study at university can be a big step.

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You can also ask us any questions that you might have.