When you choose a university, your decision is about more than where you’ll spend the next few years studying. It has the potential to shape your future, giving you the tools you’ll need to carve out a successful career. There’s no better way to find out what course and university is right for you than visiting in person. There are plenty of ways to do this, from joining us at an open day to attending a fair or one of our applicant visit days. We look forward to welcoming you at an upcoming event soon. It could be the start of your Salford story.
Our Open Days are a great chance to have a first look around our campus and find out more about any of our courses you may be interested in. This year, we're holding them on 22 June, 5 October and 19 October.
So, if you’re looking to start your studies in 2020, 2021 or beyond or are considering a late application for 2019, you can register your interest now and we'll let you know once bookings open.
If you’re an applicant for 2019 entry, we’ll be running Applicant Visit Days between February and April 2019. They are aimed at anyone who’s been made an offer to study on one of our on-campus undergraduate courses and you’ll be emailed an invite to book onto one of these a few days after you’ve received your offer.
If you want to find out more about any course at the University of Salford, come and visit us at a UCAS fair. These events are held up and down the country and are a great starting point when it comes to choosing the right university.
Taking the next step on your academic journey will allow you to specialise in your area of interest. Come to one of our postgraduate open days to find out more about our courses.
If you’re considering further study, visit one of our postgraduate fairs to explore our range of courses.
If you’re an international student and are thinking about studying at the University of Salford, visiting one of our European or international fairs is a great way to find out more.
For information about the accessibility to our buildings please visit our partner disabledGO.