Students across the country will be settling back into university life as the new term begins.
Greater Manchester is home to five universities, including the University of Salford. Each year a new wave of freshers from the UK and abroad move to the region to study. Usually early arrivals are welcome to settle in before September's Induction Week gets started.
Then, students are eased into their new courses for 12 weeks before the arrival of a much-anticipated Christmas break. In the following leg of each academic year, students will enter the final two trimesters intertwined with vacation weeks and graduation day celebrations for those who have reached the end of their courses.
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Here are the University of Salford trimester dates for 2022 to 2023 - including Induction Week, the Christmas break, inter-trimester breaks and the Easter break.
Academic year 2022-2023
Trimester 1 (September 19, 2022 to December 16, 2022)
September 12 to September 18 - Welcome/Induction Week
September 19 to December 16 - First 12 weeks of Trimester 1
December 19 to January 8 - Christmas break
Trimester 2 (January 16, 2022 to May 5, 2022)
January 9 to January 15 - Welcome/Induction Week
January 16 to March 24 - First 10 weeks of Trimester 2
March 27 to April 10 - Easter break
April 17 to May 5 - Final three weeks of Trimester 2
May 8 to May 26 - Inter-trimester break
Trimester 3 (June 5, 2022 to September 1, 2022)
May 29 - Bank holiday and Welcome/Induction
June 5 to September 1 - 14 weeks of Trimester 3
August 28 - Bank holiday
11 September 2023 - Welcome/Induction week for 2023-2024
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