Salford and Nigeria
We are proud to have students studying with us from all over the world. We've welcomed over 1,000 Nigerian students over the last 5 years to join our vibrant community. We travel to Nigeria regularly to visit schools, universities and exhibitions. We also have links with scholarship bodies like the PTDF, NDDC, Commonwealth and the Commonwealth Shared Fund.
Our courses are designed to be industry-focused and many offer students opportunities to go on placement or get work experience.
We offer several scholarships for high-achieving students, worth up to £5,000.
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), 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 Nigeria, 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 Excellence Awards. See our scholarships information for more details.
76 Opebi Road, Ikeja, Lagos
Telephone: +234 811 670 6586
WhatsApp: +234 811 670 6586
GA 247 Plaza,
Ahmadu Bello Way,
+23480 6829 0705
Ground Floor, 50, Adetokunbo, Ademola Crescent, Osas & Oseji Building
Between UBA and H-Medix, Wuse 2, Abuja, Nigeria
For information about other UKEAS offices in Nigeria, please visit their website.
+234 (0) 9-2906508
Vantagescope Three Sixty Degrees
Suite B8, 1st floor, SHM complex, Mabushi, Abuja, Nigeria
09 290 5905
4 Fatai Idowu Arobieke Street, Lekki phase 1, Lagos, Nigeria
For information about other IE Abroad offices in Nigeria, please visit their website
Global Education Study Centre
8 Adedeji close, Opebi, Ikeja, Nigeria
For information about other Global Education Study Centre offices in Nigeria, please visit their website.
Contact: Kazeem Rasheed
+234 (0) 8052111845/+234 (0) 8062814260
2nd Floor, 84 Opebi Road, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
For information about other SI-UK offices in Nigeria, please visit their website.
Study Across the Globe
La Ajayi Plaza, 99 Awolowo Way, Balogun Bus stop, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
6A Adeboye Solanke,
Avenue-Off Allen Avenue,
+234 907 566 0284
+234 913 776 1525
TG Marchnata Education
3rd floor, Kobis Building, 18/20 Kudirat Abiola Way, Oregun, Lagos, Nigeria
For information about other TGM offices in Nigeria, please visit their website.
+234 8093938207/+234 8093938202
+234 8178654056 / +234 8097989324
The Apparent Advisory
No 1, Oluyole Indutrial Estate, Ibadan, Nigeria
+234 809 8390 011
MARG Education International Ltd
12 King Perekule, G.R.A Phase 2, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
+234 803 786 9282
78 Ring Road,
Henry Tee Building,
+23480 7877 3100
44B Wogu Street D/line, Port Harcourt, River State, Nigeria
My International Office (MYIO)
UK Mob: +44(0)7792313724 (WhatsApp)
We encourage Nigerian students to apply for the super priority visa (SPV) service due to the recent instability of the Nigerian Naira. The SPV service provides a fast track service for Nigerian students applying for either a visit visa or a Student Route visa.
To be considered for entry into our undergraduate programmes you need to hold any of the following: an Ordinary National Diploma (OND); Higher National Diploma (HND); a recognised foundation from Nigeria; successful completion of Year 1 bachelor degree from a Nigerian University.
Applicants who have also completed the NCUK International Foundation year can also be considered.
Applicants should hold a 4-year bachelor degree from a reputable and recognised university from Nigeria with a minimum second class lower (2:2) degree classification.
Applicants with a Medical degree can also be considered.
If you have a WAEC or NECO in English language with at least a C6, you shouldn't require a English test to study a bachelor's or master's degree. Students who want to study a foundation programme will require a UKVI IELTS.