Postgraduate Open Days

Students at the University of Salford

Whether you want to accelerate your career, increase your earning potential, or research a subject you’re passionate about, there are many reasons to pursue postgraduate study at the University of Salford.

Our postgraduate events give you the chance to find out how our taught courses and research degrees can help you achieve your goals. Book your place or register your interest now for our upcoming opportunities.

Postgraduate Information Day, 5 October 2019

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Find out what academic study involves at postgraduate level.

Tour our campus and facilities.

Learn more about the application process, accommodation, funding and research support.

Explore opportunities for international study or learning a language alongside your course.

Postgraduate Open Day, 27 November 2019

Register your interest

Discuss our courses and research degrees with our academic tutors.

Tour our campus and facilities.

Learn more about the application process, accommodation, funding and research support.

Explore student life at the University of Salford.

Why study here?


Successful postgraduates have high levels of academic ability, are strategic thinkers and offer a global perspective - all qualities that employers look for.


Many of our courses offer built-in internships, work placements and live-briefs, giving you the chance to get real-world experience.


If you’re planning on pursuing an academic career, a research master's provides the groundwork for a PhD.


Do you want to become the authority on a subject? Join our thriving postgraduate community and produce research that changes people’s lives.


If you want to change career or get specialist knowledge in a new field, a postgraduate degree could be the perfect option for you.


Some postgraduate degrees give you a professional qualification, providing the knowledge and skills needed for your career. 

How to get here

We are located just 2km from Manchester city centre and consequently have great transport links, regardless of whether you’re travelling from across Greater Manchester, across the UK or from further afield.

Our car parks are free for visitors to our postgraduate events, and you can view the campus map to see their locations. Closer to the event you are attending, we'll let you know where you need to check-in when you get here, and suggest which car park is best for you to use.

If you're planning to visit our MediaCityUK campus, we are running a free shuttle bus service between our main campus and MediaCityUK throughout the day. Use our Irwell Place car park and hop on the shuttle bus at Maxwell Hall. The journey takes approximately 15 minutes between the campuses.

We do not have any parking available at MediaCityUK. If you do choose to drive here, you will need to pay to park.

Getting around campus

We know being in a new place can be a bit overwhelming and we’ll do our best to point you in the right direction so that you can make the most of your visit.

A couple of weeks before your event, we’ll provide you with information on which check-in point to attend when you arrive, to ensure that you’re as close to the sessions that are relevant to you as possible.

If at any point you’re struggling to find your way around while you’re here, our Student Ambassadors (sporting red t-shirts) will be all over campus and are happy to help you get your bearings.

Make yourself at home in our city

If you want to get a feel for the city and its surrounding areas after visiting us, there are plenty of things to see and do after you while you're in the area. 

The City of Salford is in the heart of Greater Manchester, with the University of Salford main campus just 2km from Manchester city centre.

You’ll be just a short walk from world-class music, sport, nightlife, food, shopping and culture, and you’ll also be joining one of the largest student communities in Europe, with around 100,000 students in total across Greater Manchester. It’s one of the most vibrant and diverse cities in the UK, with people from all backgrounds and countries coming here to live and study.

For detailed information of things to see and do in the cities, go to Visit Salford and Visit Manchester.

Students taking a selfie in the Science and Industry Museum

Need more information?

We're here to help support you and answer and queries you may have. Get in touch with our friendly team by emailing or phone +44 (0)161 295 4545.

Also take a look at our FAQs below for further information about our postgraduate events.

Event FAQs

Do I need to book a place?

Yes. Booking for our Postgraduate Information Day on 5 October 2019 is now open. Booking for our full Postgraduate Open Day will open soon, but in the meantime you can register your interest in attending this event. Once you’ve booked or registered your interest, we'll send you more information about your chosen event.

What time does it start?

Timings for our Postgraduate Information Day, taking place on 5 October 2019, will be confirmed soon. Our Postgraduate Open Day, taking place on 27 November 2019, will run from 15:00 - 18:00. Once you’ve booked a place on your chosen event, we’ll be in touch with more information including schedules for the day, and where to check in when you arrive.

Can I bring family and friends?

Of course! Choosing a university for your postgraduate degree is an important decision, so we’d absolutely encourage you to bring anyone along who might support you with it.

Do you have disabled access?

You can let us know about your access requirements when you book onto our postgraduate events. We’ll then work with you to do everything we can to support your visit.

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

Please contact disability and learner support for study related support.