Salford and Ghana
At the University of Salford, we have a long history of welcoming international students from all around the world. Ghana is no exception - we have a vibrant community of over 200 Ghanaian students studying across our campuses.
We value our links with Ghana and travel there regularly to visit schools, universities and to attend exhibitions. We have links with scholarship bodies such as the Ghana Education Trust Fund, Commonwealth and the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship, and we offer a range of other scholarships too.
Our courses are designed to be industry-focused and many offer students the opportunity to go on placement or work experience.
We currently run four courses in business at the Pentecost University College in Ghana. These are delivered in conjunction with our Business School.
Some of our popular subject areas include: petroleum and gas engineering, gas engineering management, advanced control systems, managing innovation and IT, digital business, construction management, nursing studies (top up courses), law, accounting and finance, health and global environment, and architecture.
Events near you
We send expert representatives to countries around the world with information about studying here. Please check this page regularly for details of new or updated events in Ghana, or find out more about visiting our campus.
We are proud to offer a range of scholarships aimed at supporting high achieving international students who are committed to pursuing their studies here. These include academic scholarships awarded by programme and region or country, scholarships supported by our global partners, and the Salford International Excellence Awards. See our scholarships information for more details.
Global Education Study Centre
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Go Study Abroad
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My International Office (MYIO)
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Applicants with a university or polytechnic diploma lower credit, a university certificate (UG university programme), a technician part 3 certificate, a recognised foundation, or West African higher school certificate/GCE A level will be considered for undergraduate study.
Applicants with a bachelor degree, awarded at least second class (lower division) or a master's degree will be considered for postgraduate study.