University of Salford

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Campus Life

On-Campus Accommodation:


Living in student housing is an excellent opportunity to ease into university life, meet new people, and become immersed in the student experience.

Whether you're a first-year undergraduate, an international student, or a postgraduate student wishing to live in halls, Oxford has several fantastic options, including Peel Park Quarter, which was voted the second-best hall of residence in the UK by Student Hut in 2020.

Campus Living Villages (CLV), one of the university's lodging partners, manages two villages: Peel Park Quarter and John Lester and Eddie Colman Courts.

You have the option of living at Peel Park Quarter or John Lester and Eddie Colman Courts if you are applying for your first year at university. You can only apply for John Lester and Eddie Colman Courts if you are a returning or postgraduate student.

In either case, you'll be able to enjoy student life in a spacious environment that's only a short distance from your studies.


Peel Park Quater:


We're happy to work in conjunction with the University of Salford to run our halls. Peel Park Quarter is in a fantastic location, just a short bus ride from Salford Quays and Manchester city centre.

Student Hut ranked us the second-best student hall in the UK in 2020. In addition, there are games consoles, pool tables, study places, a gym, and two cinema rooms in this community.


John Lester and Eddie Colman Court


The village is in a great location, with the Frederick Road campus right outside your door and the main Peel Park campus and its amenities only a 15-minute walk away.

There are a variety of room kinds to choose from, all with varying costs. We have flats that are specifically designed for first-year students, as well as flats that are more popular with returning students and post-graduates seeking a more relaxed environment.

On-site amenities include common rooms, a shared kitchen, quiet study spaces, laundry facilities, and a free on-site gym reserved exclusively for John Lester and Eddie Colman residents.




















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Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about University of Salford
Where is University of Salford located?
University of Salford is located in Manchester, UK
How much does it cost to study in University of Salford?
The average first year cost to study in University of Salford is INR 1878387
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University of Salford has an acceptance rate of 12.5%
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