Salford and Kenya

Salford International students walking together

Studying at the University of Salford is an exciting experience, and our industry-focused courses prepare you for success. You will be taught by staff who are experts in their field, and you will put your learning into practice in real-world settings, such as through placements, live projects, field trips, or hearing from guest speakers.

The University of Salford is proud to welcome Kenyan students every year. We also have partnerships with Brookhouse and International University Pathways College (IUPC).

Read more about studying at Salford as a Kenyan student below.

Salford and Kenya

Events near you

If you have any questions about studying at the University of Salford or would like to find out what events we'll be attending in Kenya, please feel free to get in touch with Quentin Albert, Senior International Officer, via email at q.albert@salford.ac.uk, We also have numerous events on Instagram My Instagram handle is qa.teamsalford.

Scholarships

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.

Education consultants

Nairobi

SI-UK Kenya

Ground Floor, Jimkan House
Woodvale Grove
Westlands
Nairobi

UniServ

9th Floor
Fortis Towers
Woodvale Grove
Westlands, P.O.Box 56386
Nairobi

For information about other UniServ offices in Kenya, please visit their website.

Uniabroad-IDP Kenya

Soin Arcade
Mezzanine Floor
Shop 22
Westlands Road
Westlands
Nairobi

World Student Advisors (WSA)

Krishna Centre
5th Floor
Woodvale Grove
Westlands
Nairobi

Entry requirements

Undergraduate

Applicants with a CCC in the Cambridge Higher school certificate will be considered for undergraduate study.

Postgraduate

Applicants with a bachelor's degree, awarded second class honours (lower division), will be considered for postgraduate study. 

our alumni community

When you graduate from Salford, you will join a community of over 180,000 alumni worldwide who make a positive impact in their communities. We will offer you lifelong careers advice and help provide networking opportunities, events and mentorship programmes. 

Our notable graduates from Kenya include Gitau Wa Njenga a photojournalist, politician and former UK correspondent for the East Africa Standard.  Another notable graduate from Kenya is Carol Warui who is the Vice Char of the Sports, Culture & Arts sub-sector board as well as a member of the Cultural and Creative Industry Committee.

living in salford and manchester as an african student

Our students love how friendly and diverse our community is, and that our location balances exciting city living with our spacious green campus. 

Watch the video below to see more about student life from our African students’ perspective.

Living in Salford and Manchester as an African student