Transition to study event

Students socializing in New Adelphi Cafe

If you have a disability or learning support need, the transition to university can feel overwhelming. We’d like to welcome you to campus for a Transition to Study day in August so you can discover the range of support available. 

We’re running two separate days: 

  • Tuesday 27 August for those starting courses in the School of Health and Society. 

  • Wednesday 28 August for courses in the School of Science, Engineering and Environment, Arts, Media and Creative Technology and Salford Business School.  

Book your place by completing the form below, and we'll then send you full details of what to expect on the day.

Book your place

To book your place, simply fill out the booking form below.

What will happen at the Transition to Study event?

The event will run from 09:00 – 16:00 each day, and you can expect: 

  • Informative sessions with key support teams, including our Disability Inclusion Service, the University GP, library and more. 
  • A relaxed drop-in space where you can connect with our support teams. 
  • The chance to meet other students starting with us in September and become more familiar with your campus.  
  • A dedicated session with the school your course sits within, so you can meet support staff and ask any final questions before September arrives.  
  • Food and refreshments. 
  • Quiet spaces on campus if you would like to take time out from the activities.




How to find us

By car

For those attending on Tuesday 27 August, please use Mary Seacole car park (accessed from Broad Street/the A6) or Allerton car park (accessed from Frederick Road). For both these car parks, use postcode M6 6PU.

For those attending on Wednesday 28 August, we recommend parking in our Lowry and Delaney car parks (M5 4NJ) which are right by our SEE Building. We also have parking at our Irwell Place car park (M5 4PE) which is just a short walk from our Peel Park campus.

Parking is chargeable and can be paid for by PayByPhone app or pay and display machine on site. See our campus map above to see our car parks and building locations. 

By public transport

We are easily accessible by train and bus, with Salford Crescent train station located directly on the campus.

For full information on how to find us, please explore our travel page

Need more information?

Campus tours

If you are unable to attend on the day but still want to take a look around campus, we are running some campus tours. You can find out more and book your place now. 

Countdown to September

We have put together some useful information on what to expect ahead of September, from arriving and settling in, getting support and all those all-important key dates. Take a look at our Countdown to September page which is full of hints and tips to get you ready for September.  

Contact us

We're here to help support you and answer any questions you may have, feel free to contact us on or +44 (0)161 295 0023 (option1, then option 2). You can also get in touch with our friendly team on or +44 (0)161 295 4545. Alternatively, take a look at the FAQs below.


Who can attend the Transition to Study day?

Anyone who thinks they may need extra support with a disability or learning support need is welcome to attend.

Can I bring family and friends?

Of course! Starting university is a big transition, so we’d absolutely encourage anyone who is supporting you to get involved and join you.

Is there support for students with a disability to be able to attend the event?

You can let us know about your access requirements when you book onto the event. We’ll then work with you to do everything we can to support you. The team will also be on hand throughout the day for questions at designated drop in sessions. 

If you would like to check our campus for its accessibility, we have worked closely with AccessAble (the leading provider of access information for disabled people in the UK) to produce an assessment of our campus and facilities. This work has provided detailed information about our access; find out more about their assessment of our campus and facilities.

Find out more about accessibility on campus or contact us on