Summer Applicant Visit Day - Saturday 14 August
Join us on campus, Yes On Campus!
We have missed on-campus events and we are excited to be able to invite you on on to our Peel Park Campus for our Summer Applicant Visit Day on the 14 August. This is your chance to get a preview of where you will be taught, meet the programme team, view accommodation, and get you ready for September. The event will run from 9.30am until 3pm, but you can join us throughout the day. You will be able to tour all three sites during the event.
Book your place below!
When you book your place, select the course that you are holding an offer for. This includes all degree pathways, such as part-time, Foundation year, Professional Placement and Integrated Master's.
There will be a guide available on the day, however you can view the schedules below and start planning your day!
Schedule of the day
The event will run from 9.30am until 3pm, but you can join us throughout the day.
|Welcome and Information talk||9.30am and 12.30pm||Chapman Building|
|Drop in with the programme team||10am and 1pm||New Adelphi Foyer|
|Finance talk||11am and 2pm||Chapman Building|
|Get set for University||10am and 1pm||Chapman Building|
|11am, 12pm, 1pm and 2pm||Head to the gazebo, outside the Chapman Building to arrange a tour of your specific campus.|
Drop in sessions
|University Language Programme||10am-3pm||New Adelphi Foyer|
|Students' Union||10am-3pm||New Adelphi Foyer|
|askUS Student Support||10am-3pm||New Adelphi Foyer|
|Disability and Learning Support||10am-3pm||New Adelphi Foyer - available for 1/1 appointments|
|Sports Centre||10am-3pm||Our Sports Centre will be open throughout the day for you to drop in for a tour or chat to a member of the team in New Adelphi Foyer.|
|Accommodation||10am-3pm||Head to Peel Park Quarter to view the accommodation we have on offer. You can also chat to a member of the accommodation team in New Adelphi Foyer|
|Library||10am-3pm||Visit our Library in the park for a tour|
How to find us
When you arrive on campus please head to our Chapman building (number 10 on our campus map). There will be a check-in desk set up inside a gazebo and you will be greeted by members of our recruitment team.
If you’re joining us by car, we’ll have free parking available for you in our Delaney and Lowry car parks. There is no need to pay-and-display or pay via the app, it’s free for your visit.
We also have Salford Crescent train station and several bus stops on campus. For more info on how to find us, have a look at our travel page.
General sessions throughout the day
We will have a stand in New Adelphi foyer between 10am and 3pm for you to chat to a member of the accommodation team. Peel Park Quarter and John Lester and Eddie Coleman will be open for you to arrange a viewing on the day.
Head to the Library in the park, based on the Peel Park Campus for a tour and to find out what services we can assist with. Tours will be available from 10am-2.45pm
Team Salford and Students' Union
The Sports Centre, based on the Peel Park Campus will be open from 10am-3pm for you to drop in and have a look at the sports facilities on campus. You can also chat to a member of Team Salford on the drop in stand based in New Adelphi.
Members of the Students' Union will be available in New Adelphi Foyer for you to see what societies we have at the University.
askUs and Student Support
There will be a dedicated finance talk throughout the day, but will we also have members of our askUs Student Support team on hand to answer your questions including finance, well being and student support. You can find out the times of the talk on the campus schedule or the drop in will be available 10am-3pm.
University Language Programme
Do you want to learn a language alongside your degree? Head to the stand on the Peel Park campus, between 10am and 3pm to chat to the team. Salford Languages currently offers courses in Arabic, British Sign Language, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese and Spanish.
Important Information - Safety on Campus
Although restrictions are easing we are still operating with the following health and safety measures to ensure the safety of you, your guests and our students and staff.
We have introduced one-way walking routes in our buildings, hand sanitisation points near building entrances, regular cleaning of high-touch points and plenty of signage reminding everyone of the guidelines.
We will be encouraging you and your guest to please wear a face covering throughout the day, unless exempt for health reasons.
Your risk factors
Before coming onto campus, please consider if you fall into a higher risk category for Covid-19. We have provided a link here that provides some further information on who would be considered a higher risk. Whilst we're taking measures to ensure the safety of everyone on campus, if you fall into one or more of these categories, please consider whether it is suitable for you to come along to one of our tours.
If you develop Covid-19 symptoms
If you have booked a place on the event, but develop Covid-19 symptoms before you are due to visit, please stay at home and do not visit our campus.
You should get a test if you are displaying symptoms. Apply online on the Government's website or call 119 if you cannot access the internet.
You and anyone you live with must stay at home (self-isolate) until you get your result.
What safety measures have been put in place?
- It is our priority to ensure the safety of all of our visitors, students, and staff. We are following the Government and Public Health England's advice and guidance on Covid-19 to make sure that our campus is a safe and secure environment for all.
- Please take a look at the important information above to ensure you are aware of the health and safety precautions we are taking before coming along.
Do I need to have evidence of a negative covid test?
We are not asking applicants to provide evidence of a negative test when you come on to campus. If you would like to have a test, prior to coming on the tour, you can order a test kit here.
Will I be able to speak to a tutor on the day?
Yes, we will have tutors from subject areas at 10am and 1pm.
Can I bring family and friends?
Of course! We recognise that choosing a university is a big decision, so we'd encourage you to bring a guest. However, we would ask that you limit this to just one person on this occasion.
Will there be somewhere to get refreshments?
Yes, on Peel Park campus our student shop will be open to buy a range of drinks and snacks. You will be given a voucher, for you and your guest, for refreshments when you check in at the event.
Do you have support for students with a disability?
- Yes. If you have a disability, please tell us your access requirements when you book. We’ll then work with you to do everything we can to support you on the day.
- You can also drop in to our askUs Student Support for advice for when you start University.
- You can check our campus for its accessibility using AccessAble's assessment of our campus and facilities.
- You can also find out more about accessibility on campus on our website, or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Please contact disability and learner support for study related support.
Will there be other opportunities to visit the campus?
If you are unable to join us on this event you are welcome to book on to a campus tour so you can come and look around the campus. This will be a tour of the buildings that you will be taught in, unfortunately the tutors for the courses are unable on these dates. Head to our Clearing Offer Holder Hub to book your place and find out more information on what happens between now and when you start.
Need More Info?
We are here to support you and answer and any questions you have. You can email us on email@example.com or call +44 (0)161 295 4545 (10am - 4pm Monday to Friday) or take a look at our FAQs above.