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Students’ Union and Advice Service

The University of Manchester Students' Union is dedicated to the social, educational and welfare needs of all students.

As a student of the University you automatically become a member of the National Union of Students (NUS), which allows you to participate in events organised by the Students' Union.

You can also buy an NUS Extra card which will give you a range of discounts at certain shops, restaurants and more.

The Students' Union building is the centre of student activities and includes shops, an advice service, concert venues, a cafe and a bar. The University's newspaper, radio station and over 100 societies are also based here.

For further information, visit The Students' Union website.

The Students' Union Advice Service

The Advice Service is based on the ground floor of the Students' Union building.

It has full-time advisers who can help you with problems such as housing and funding.

No appointment is necessary - you can just drop in to the centre. The offices are open from 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.

For further information, visit the Advice Service website.