At our Open Days you’ll get a real sense of what studying at the University of Salford is like. You’ll get to take part in talks and Q&As, speak to staff and students, tour our campus, explore our accommodation and much more.
Virtually explore our campus with our interactive tour, and discover more about why our university could be the perfect place for you to study.
Chat with our students
Our current students are on hand to help with any queries you may have about studying with us, from living in Salford to the facilities we have on campus and more.
BLOG: How I made myself at home in a new city
Visit our Made in Salford blog and find out how Film Production student, Oliver, made himself at home in a new city.
BLOG: Wellbeing and you
Our students have created a series of wellbeing videos, from top tips to top hacks and advice on everything from making friends to cooking up some tasty student meals. This year, the videos won the EduRank Award for Best Campaign Supporting Student Wellbeing, all judged by current students.
Q&A: the life of a commuter student
Considering commuting to university? Hear from two of our current students as they discuss commuting to university and settling in to student life.
Fees and funding
Did you know: if you apply for a loan through Student Finance, you won't start paying this back until you're earning over £27,295? Find out more information about fees and additional funding, including bursaries and scholarships, and when you can apply for financial support.
Once you've applied to study with us, you may begin to think about where you're going to live once you start university. Whether you're considering staying in University accommodation, living off-campus or commuting from home, we've provided the information you need to know to help you make a decision.
How do I apply for an undergraduate degree?
The majority of our undergraduate applications are via UCAS, but there are some exceptions. See our how to apply page for further information to help you get started.
I've applied - what's next?
Once you've made an application to study with us, you'll receive a decision on whether your application has been successful. Find out more including what to expect next, information on fees and funding and key dates for your diary.
Are there any alternative entry routes?
If you don't have enough UCAS points, there are alternative options to consider, such as the Salford Alternative Entry Scheme.
What support is available once I'm a student?
At Salford, we have a number of support systems in place to help you thrive while you study with us. See what support is available to you.
Whether you want to order a prospectus, ask a question, or chat with one of our current students - get in touch with us and one of our friendly team will be able to help.