Salford and Uganda

Students in lecture hall

We are proud to have developed strong connections to Uganda and the East Africa region. Currently we have over 140 students from East Africa studying at Salford.

When you join the University of Salford you will study with a large student community from across the world on a campus that is friendly and multicultural. Our lecturers are experts in their field who pride themselves on their links with industry and access to facilities that are used in groundbreaking research. You will also live in a thriving, vibrant city that has lots of history and culture.

We accept all applications from Uganda and these are assessed on merit. Please see below for more information about entry requirements, when we are next in Uganda, scholarships and details of our local education representatives.

Salford and Uganda

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 Uganda, 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.

Entry requirements

International Foundation year

Students with the Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) may be eligible for entry onto our International Foundation year programmes.



Students from Uganda are required to have the Uganda Advanced certificate of Education (UACE) for direct entry to undergraduate programmes.



Ugandan students typically need to have completed a bachelor's degree with a minimum of Second Class lower.

Education Consultants


Benigne Ntamba (Managing Director)


Telephone: +44 7843199362