The Erasmus+ programme allows you to study either one term or a whole academic year with us, depending on the interinstitutional agreement between us and your home university. You do not have to pay a fee to our university and you may be entitled to funding from your home institution that aims to cover your cost of living here in Salford. For more information about the Erasmus+ programme, or if you need further advice or assistance in the application process, please send an e-mail to Salford-IOT@salford.ac.uk. At the University of Salford, you will participate in a student community of support and prosperity with over 20,000 students from over 100 different countries, allowing you to have a diverse and welcoming university experience. We know it can be both a daunting and exciting experience to come to university, but there`s no need to worry. We pride ourselves on being a supportive and inclusive university and have a set of support services tailored to your needs. Student citizenship acts as your voice during your studies and is committed to changing students` lives in a positive way. When you start your studies, you will automatically become a member of the student population and you will have access to a number of services and facilities, clubs and societies at a guidance centre offering free, independent and confidential advice in areas such as academic and financial matters. If you are a non-EU student applying for a Tier 4 visa, you must provide us with the International English Language Testing System for United Kingdom Visas and Immigration (IELTS for UKVI) certificate. Please note that no other English certifications are accepted. Please visit the British Council website for more information. If you have not yet received the IELTS for UKVI certificate and intend to do so, please let us know by email at Salford-IOT@salford.ac.uk.

All students who practice an English program, such as English language, English literature, etc., must submit a valid C1 language certificate of English (no more than two years old). As a global university, we welcome students from all over the world, either to make our campus their home or to enjoy the full Salford experience through one of our many distance learning programmes. Whichever you choose to learn with Salford, every student can count on exceptional teaching and access to excellent resources and areas of work from the industry in a postgraduate environment. Employability is at the heart of our courses and many are accredited by professional organisations. We also have strong ties to the industry. In many cases, courses are designed or taught by industry experts. Internships, internships and master`s courses are available in many of our courses. On-campus recruitment fairs offer students the opportunity to meet with employers. In addition, students have advice on job search skills, resumes, interview techniques and career, both during their studies and for many years after. Advice and information are also available to help students and graduates develop their business abilities, translate their ideas into commercially viable businesses and explore career opportunities for freelancers, freelancers and consultants Please note that your application will not be considered if we have not received a valid appointment from the International Office of your home university.

askUS, the University of Salford`s student services team, works with NHS services in the community to ensure students receive the care and support they need while you study in Salford. To ensure that you have access to medical treatment if necessary, we recommend that you enroll with a family doctor as soon as you arrive at the university.