The University of Manchester is among the top universities in the world and has an international reputation for its research.
We are consistently placed amongst the top universities in the United Kingdom.
The University has almost 4,000 academic and research staff, many with international reputations in their subjects, providing you with a stimulating learning environment and the highest standard of teaching.
In Manchester you can experience some of the best in contemporary and classic art and theatre, as well as exciting museum exhibitions at the University's Whitworth Art Gallery, Contact Theatre and Manchester Museum.
Manchester is considered England's second city after London, with much lower living costs than the capital.
It is one of Britain's liveliest and most multicultural cities, buzzing with events, cinemas, exhibitions, clubs and bars that cater for every taste and background. It offers a vibrant world with which to engage during your study abroad experience.
Manchester caters for a wide range of culinary tastes so you can be sure to feel at home. The largest Chinatown in the UK has its home here, as does a variety of speciality food stores and restaurants including Thai, Halal and vegetarian/vegan.
The International Programmes Office has a team of people who are on hand to advise you at any time, committed to helping you with anything from pre-arrival questions to providing your academic transcript at the end of your time here.
Within the Faculties and Schools academics have been appointed to help advise you on the most appropriate courses to meet with your interests, ambitions and prior academic background.