Salford and Ukraine
As one of our students, you don't just become a member of a student body, you will join our community. You will be taught by experts in their field who pride themselves on their links with industry. We are a campus-based university located a short distance from Manchester: a thriving international hub with vibrant nightlife, historic buildings and a welcoming student scene. Find out more about applying to study here from Ukraine.
Our statement on the invasion of Ukraine
The University of Salford, along with Universities UK, unequivocally condemn the appalling decision of the Russian Government to invade Ukraine. We express our sincere support for Ukrainian universities, staff, and students.
You can read a statement from our Vice-Chancellor Professor Helen Marshall about how we will support those affected by the Ukraine crisis.
Our primary focus is on supporting Ukrainian staff and students currently in the UK, and how we can support those fleeing the conflict. We are also mindful of the impact this is having on our Russian staff and students, many of whom oppose this conflict.
Our current students can access support from us in the following ways:
- askUS - can provide emotional support through wellbeing and counselling services.
- askUS - can also provide advice if you are struggling with your finances.
- We offer various ways to support you if you are struggling with your academic work. You can find information about this support on the Student Hub.
- The University of Salford Students' Union also offers wellbeing support. This includes Rafiki, a support listening service delivered by students, for students. You can find lots of resources on the Salford Students website.
As a member of Universities UK, we are also working with our partners across the sector to find other ways to support Ukrainian Universities, staff, and students. You can find more about this from Universities UK.
We are proud to offer a range of scholarships aimed at supporting high achieving international students who are committed to pursuing their studies here. See our scholarships information for more details.
Applicants with a certificate of complete general secondary education who have successfully completed a recognised foundation programme with good grades, or applicants who have successfully completed of at least one year of university study in Ukraine with good grades, will be considered for undergraduate study.
Applicants with a dyplom bakalavra (bachelor's degree) (when undertaken as a Bologna degree from 2005) who have scored 6 or above out of 12, will be considered for postgraduate study.