We have a wide range of courses at various levels – including Foundation, Bachelors, Masters' and PhD. For information please use our Course Finder, which allows you to easily search our courses by subject area, course level, or by searching for specific terms. Our education consultants can also help.
We have tried to make the application process as simple and fast as possible for international students. To apply now, or for further information, click here.
Applicants should meet our academic requirements and English language requirements. Applicants should refer to the Course Finder for details of specific course requirements. Please see our guidance on international entry requirements.Students who do not meet our English language requirements may wish to join one of our English language courses.
We've put together a visas and immigration section on our website that tells you all you need to know.
Please note for students requiring a Tier 4 Visa to study – acceptance of Accreditation of Prior Learning may affect the duration of your programme of study and therefore affect your Tier 4 Visa. Please seek advice from Home Office Compliance team prior to submitting an application.
Manchester city centre is just one and a half miles (3km) from our campus. Manchester is one of Britain's most exciting cities and is the largest city in the north of England, 2 hours 5 minutes from London by train. Our campus includes Salford Crescent train station with direct links to the city centre and Manchester International Airport, making us an ideal location if you want to explore the UK or Europe during your stay. We are the closest university to Manchester United FC (10 minutes)
Tuition fees differ according to the course you study and your fee status. When you apply we will assess your fee status. For international students, fees range from £8.225 – £13,300 for undergraduate courses (including the International Foundation Year): and £12, 000 – £19,000 for postgraduate taught courses. The exact fees for all of our taught courses can be found in the 'fees and funding' tab on our course pages.
Full fee details for our postgraduate research degrees can be viewed via our study pages.
If you are not a British Citizen or a citizen of one the European Economic Area (EEA) countries, you may need an entry clearance before you travel to the UK. The entry clearance certificate, more commonly called a visa, is placed in your passport or travel document. Comprehensive information regarding visas can be found via our askUS. Unfortunately because of high demand and other factors, it can be difficult in some countries to obtain a visa. In recognition of this, the University of Salford like many other leading UK institutions has introduced an advance deposit system for certain countries in order to assist applicants from those countries to secure their visas. If you are required to pay an advance fee deposit then you will be notified of this in your initial offer letter. We will also give you clear instructions on how best to make this payment.
If you fail to pay your fees you may not be able to continue with your course. The University can offer support to students in certain circumstances. For more information please see our Student Life pages.
All students are required to pay a deposit of £4,400. We offer US students a waiver on this requirement, once they have been approved for a US loan. To find out more about US student loans, please visit our University's advice website on US loans.
The University's Admissions and Retention Policy is governed by the Quality Assurance Association for UK Higher Education. The full document can accessed via their Admissions and Retention policy document.
Yes there is. We offer a Prompt Payment discount of 3% on the net fee remaining after any scholarship has been applied.
We advise students to budget a minimum of £7,200 for undergraduate and postgraduate study, in addition to tuition fees. This amount should cover accommodation, food, entertainment, transport, books, insurance, laundry etc. Some students will require more than this amount, some less - much depends on life style.You can calculate your own living costs using the International Student Calculator.
The University provides a comprehensive support structure to all our students, including academic support, support for disabled students, bespoke support for international students, help finding work and postgraduate careers all via our support centre.
We know that making friends and enjoying yourself is also an important part of life at University, so we also provide a host of activities that will help you make friends and socialise via our Student Union and Manchester's International Society.
We try to accommodate all students who apply by 1st September, although this isn't guaranteed. All rooms are single occupancy with free broadband access and contents insurance. There are also rooms designed for disabled people and those with special needs. University accommodation is within easy reach of the main campus and the free number 50 bus connects our students to the MediaCityUK campus. You can find out more on our accommodation website.
You can view all our semester and vacation dates so you can plan your flights well in advance. Please make every effort to arrive for the International Welcome Week. All the latest information for students joining the University can be found on our
There are established channels for students who wish to make a formal complaint against the University. Full details can be found in our Student Policies and Procedures.
The University works closely with UK higher education organisations to provide the best possible service to all our students. More information on these organisations can be found via the links below: