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Salford is an ambitious University, with our students contributing enormously to the local economy and our expertise transforming individuals and communities through excellent teaching, research, innovation and engagement.

We are leading in areas including health, energy, media and the built environment and have completed impressive work with business and industry partners. Today the University has a successful global presence and a turnover of £189m. Our 4 colleges, 9 schools, 20,000 students and 2,500 staff have all grown to serve the needs of industry, commerce and education.

At Salford, our undergraduates don't fit into one mould. In fact, at Salford, there’s no such thing as a typical student:

Over half of our first year undergraduates are over 21 Over 2,500 undergraduates study part-time Over half of our students are from the local area Over 700 of our undergraduates are from overseas We are equally likely to accept students with BTECs and Access qualifications as well as those with A levels We recognise work and life experience can count towards entry to a programme if you don't have formal qualifications

 

With the opening of our MediaCity campus (right next to the BBC) we now have four campuses. Three are within a 10 minute walk of each other and the fourth, at MediaCity, is connected via a free bus service that runs every 10 minutes. We’re also continuing to invest heavily in our campus and facilities, to ensure you get a great university experience.

In September 2015 the doors will open to our new £81m student accommodation complex with en-suite bedrooms and an on-site cinema room, gym, TV and games room, group study lounges and a launderette. Students will also benefit from shops, restaurants and cafés nearby as part of the lively campus environment.

The University is also investing £55m in the New Adelphi Building which will open to students and staff in early 2016. This building will be home to the School of Arts & Media among other subject areas and will provide a contemporary gateway to the campus. Facilities will include new lecture theatres and learning spaces, a theatre, recording and photography studios, café areas, performance and rehearsal spaces.

 

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Course UCAS Points Fees for an English student
3D Design: Interior Design [8G22] 96 9250
Accounting and Finance [NN34] 104 9250
Accounting and Finance with Prof Exp Year [NN3K] 104 9250
Aeronautical Engineering [H410] 104 9250
Aeronautical Engineering [H404] 120 9250
Aeronautical Engineering with Foundation Year [H415] 72 9250
Aircraft Engineering with Pilot Studies [H490] 104 9250
Aircraft Engineering with Pilot Studies [H492] 120 9250
Animation [W615] 96 9250
Architectural Design and Technology [K190] 104 9250
Architecture [K100] 112 9250
Audio Acoustics [H341] 112 9250
Aviation Technology with Pilot Studies [H491] 88 9250
Biochemistry [C700] 104 9250
Biochemistry with Studies in the USA [C702] 104 9250
Biology [C100] 96 9250
Biology with Studies in the USA [C102] 104 9250
Biomedical Science [B900] 96 9250
Building Surveying [K230] 104 9250
Business Information Technology [G5N1] 104 9250
Business Information Technology with Prof Exp [G500] 104 9250
Business Management with Law [3N55] 104 9250
Business Management with Law with Prof Exp [7Y51] 104 9250
Business Management with Sport [N2C6] 112 9250
Business Management with Sport with Prof Exp [NN89] 112 9250
Business and Economics [N1L1] 104 9250
Business and Economics with Prof Exp Year [N1LC] 104 9250
Business and Financial Management [N1N3] 104 9250
Business and Financial Management with Prof Exp [N1NH] 104 9250
Business and Management [N100] 104 9250
Business and Management with Prof Exp [NN12] 104 9250
Business and Tourism Management [N800] 104 9250
Business and Tourism Management with Prof Exp [N832] 112 9250
Civil Engineering [H200] 96 9250
Civil Engineering [H210] 112 9250
Civil Engineering [H208] 88 9250
Civil Engineering with Foundation Year [H201] 64 9250
Civil and Architectural Engineering [HK2C] 96 9250
Civil and Architectural Engineering [HK21] 112 9250
Computer Networks [G421] 104 9250
Computer Science [G400] 112 9250
Computer and Video Games [G470] 96 9250
Construction Project Management [K200] 104 9250
Contemporary History and Politics [LV21] 96 9250
Contemporary Military and International History [VV13] 96 9250
Counselling and Psychotherapy [B9C8] 96 9250
Criminology [M900] 96 9250
Criminology and Sociology [LM39] 104 9250
Diagnostic Radiography [B821] 120 9250
Drama and Creative Writing [WW48] 104 9250
English Literature [Q300] 104 9250
English Literature with English Language [Q301] 104 9250
English and Creative Writing [QW38] 104 9250
English and Drama [QW34] 104 9250
English and Film [QP33] 112 9250
Environmental Management [F904] 96 9250
Exercise, Physical Activity & Health [CB69] 96 9250
Fashion Design [W225] 96 9250
Film Studies [P303] 104 9250
Geography [F800] 96 9250
Graphic Design [W211] 104 9250
Human Biology and Infectious Diseases [BC15] 96 9250
Human Resource Management [N1N6] 104 9250
Human Resource Management with Prof Exp [N1NP] 104 9250
Integrated Practice in Learning Disabilities [BL75] 104 9250
International Business [N120] 104 9250
International Business with Prof Experience [N121] 104 9250
International Events Management [N821] 104 9250
International Events Management with Prof Exp Yr [N822] 104 9250
International Relations and Politics [L290] 96 9250
Journalism and English [PQ53] 112 9250
Journalism: Broadcast [PP53] 112 9250
Journalism: Multimedia [P50Y] 112 9250
Journalism: News [P50V] 112 9250
Law [M100] 104 9250
Law with Criminology [M1M9] 104 9250
Law with Management [6N39] 104 9250
Marketing [N1N5] 104 9250
Marketing with Prof Exp [N1NM] 104 9250
Mathematics [G100] 104 9250
Mechanical Engineering [H304] 104 9250
Mechanical Engineering [H301] 120 9250
Mechanical Engineering with a Foundation Year [H302] 72 9250
Media Technology [HW64] 88 9250
Medicinal Chemistry [8M75] 104 9250
Midwifery [B720] 112 9250
Multimedia and Internet Technology [H620] 104 9250
Music [W304] 0 9250
Music with a Foundation Year [W300] 0 9250
Music: Interactive Music and Studio Production [W374] 0 9250
Music: Interactive Music and Studio Production with Foundation Year [WH74] 0 9250
Music: Popular Music and Recording [J931] 104 9250
Music: Popular Music and Recording with Fd Yr [W341] 0 9250
Music: Popular Musicology [W350] 0 9250
Nursing (RN - Adult) [B701] 104 9250
Nursing (RN - Children & Young People) [B702] 104 9250
Nursing (RN - Mental Health) [B760] 104 9250
Occupational Therapy [B920] 120 9250
Performance: Comedy Practices [W890] 104 9250
Performance: Contemporary Practices [W440] 104 9250
Performance: Dance Theatre [WW54] 104 9250
Performance: Drama & Theatre [W430] 104 9250
Performance: Media Performance [W400] 104 9250
Petroleum & Mechanical Engineering [H8H3] 112 9250
Pharmaceutical Science [F151] 96 9250
Photography [W640] 96 9250
Physics [F303] 120 9250
Physics [F300] 104 9250
Physics with Acoustics [F385] 120 9250
Physics with Acoustics [F384] 104 9250
Physics with Studies in North America [F304] 112 9250
Physiotherapy [B160] 128 9250
Podiatry [B985] 120 9250
Politics [L200] 96 9250
Professional Sound and Video Technology [H649] 104 9250
Prosthetics and Orthotics [B984] 128 9250
Psychology [C802] 112 9250
Psychology and Counselling Studies [CL85] 96 9250
Psychology and Criminology [CM89] 112 9250
Pure and Applied Physics [F310] 104 9250
Quantity Surveying [K240] 104 9250
Social Policy [L400] 112 9250
Social Work [L500] 104 9250
Sociology [L300] 104 9250
Software Engineering [G600] 112 9250
Sports Rehabilitation [BC96] 120 9250
Sports Science [C610] 112 9250
Television and Radio [W431] 0 9250
Visual Arts [W100] 96 9250
Wildlife Conservation with Zoo Biology [D4C3] 96 9250
Wildlife and Practical Conservation [C190] 96 9250
Zoology [C300] 96 9250