The deposit you will have paid to secure your CAS is non-refundable and non transferable except in the case of visa refusal or failure to meet offer conditions.
If fraudulent documents or false information is provided to support the application to the University or to the UK Borders Agency, the University will retain the full deposit paid. This includes but is not limited to academic transcripts, proof of English Language, references, evidence of work experience and evidence of available funds.
We offer a Prompt Payment discount of 3% on the net fee remaining after any scholarship has been applied.
Any prompt payment discount, bursary, scholarship or fee exemption you have received will be deducted from any refund due.
You are not permitted to register or receive a degree or any other award from the University if you are in debt to the University.
If you default on your payment plan or a payment to the University is revoked then we may charge you an administration fee.
If you default on your fee payments you may be withdrawn from your studies and your file referrred to a debt colletion agency. The cost of this will be passed on to you. Requests to withdraw, interrupt or suspend your studies must be formally requested online. Requests will not be backdated. Fees will continue to be payable to the date of notification and defaults will be dealt with as above.
Any attempts to use fraudulent credit cards will be taken very seriously the University and individuals will be reported to the police, have their University access immediately removed and be reported to the UK Borders Agency where applicable.
Staff members of the University of Salford who are having their fees paid by the School or Department must supply an authorised tuition fee exemption form at or before registration. Please note, you will not be able to register until your exemption has been approved and entered into your student account.
All new UK/EU students and all new and returning international students must attend a check-in session upon arrival at the University.
New UK/EU students must attend check-in after completing Online Registration (OLR).
New and returning international students must attend check-in before completing Online Registration (OLR).
At check-in we verify your documents and formally record your arrival at the University.
New students will also receive a student ID card featuring your name, photograph and student ID number.
Keep your student ID card safe when you get it.
You will need it to:
Access certain facilities (e.g. Library sites)
Prove your identity to:
- Discuss fee payment at the Finance Office
- Collect a certificate
- Take any examinations
- Access some campus facilities out-of-hours
New UK/EU Students:
If you are an undergraduate student and your fees are paid by the Student Loans Company (SLC), you must attend check-in at the time indicated on your induction timetable so that we can confirm your attendance at the University to the SLC.
Remember to bring your passport and visa to enable us to report your arrival at the University to the UK Borders Agency. This is one of the conditions of your visa and stay in the UK.
All new international students joining the University are also required to provide us with any certificates of education that were part of the requirements to enrol on your course.
Please remember to bring any original educational certificates with you when you arrive at the University as you will need to submit these to our staff as part of the registration process.
For example, these include the following documents:
- High school qualifications certificates
- Previous degree certificates
- Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) certificate (only relevant for certain courses within the School of Computing, Science and Engineering and School of Environment and Life Science)
- English language proficiency certificates.
Please note that you are required to provide the original documents and that copies of certificates cannot be accepted by the University as proof of your previous education.
Providing certificates for checking is a vital part of your registration process and you will not be able to register if you cannot provide these documents when you arrive at the University.
Returning UK/EU students and all Distance Learners:
You do not need to check in.
If you are a distance learner and want an ID card, send in by email a jpg passport quality photograph from your student email account to email@example.com.
State your student ID number and the preferred postal address the ID card should be sent to.
What happens if I don’t register or check in?
All UK/EU students must register within two weeks of the start date of teaching. If you do not register, you will be officially withdrawn, and will no longer be a student at the University.
International students must register within two weeks of the start date of teaching. If you do not, the University will withdraw its sponsorship of you and report this to the UK Borders Agency.
If you are studying on a Salford Business School Postgraduate Block Delivery programme due to the nature of teaching on these programmes, your last date of registration and check-in must be prior to the commencement of your course. Failure to register and check-in prior to the commencement of your course will result in a requirement to defer your programme start date.
For any queries about Salford Business School Postgraduate Block Delivery programmes registration and check-in requirements please contact your School Programme Administration Team.