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Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins is an alumna of The University of Manchester. She graduated with a BA (Hons) English Language and Literature in 1996.
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University of Manchester confirmed as research powerhouse
Manchester’s place as one of the UK’s top research universities is confirmed in the results of the independent Research Excellence Framework (REF).
Chancellor visits as details of Sir Henry Royce Institute emerge
George Osborne visited the National Graphene Institute as further details emerged about the new £235m Sir Henry Royce Advanced Materials Institute.
University part of global declaration on skin health
The University has played a leading role in the creation of a new global declaration to tackle the serious problems caused by poor skin health.
Graduate is transforming HIV services in South Sudan
A doctor who recently graduated from Manchester is already using his skills to transform the way authorities in South Sudan care for pregnant women.
A medical school first for patient and public involvement
Trainee doctors at Manchester Medical School are to receive greater input into their studies from patients and the public, thanks to a donation from the Dr Edwin Doubleday Fund.