At The University of Manchester, our global strategic partnerships and collaborations bring innovation to businesses, insight to institutions and create an unforgettable experience to those who study with us.
We’re proud to be among the world’s top 50 universities and world number one in the THE Impact Rankings for our social and environmental impact.
As England's first and most eminent of civic universities, we draw our pioneering and innovative spirit from a city that was at the heart of the Industrial Revolution.
Now, with a multicultural campus, four global centres and a research portfolio tackling some of the biggest questions facing the planet, we're well positioned to continue to thrive in an increasingly international sector.
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Youngest ever lavas dated from the Moon
Manchester researchers have been involved in an international collaboration to analyse the age and history of some of the Moon’s youngest lava flows.
We have been ranked as a top-50 global institution
According to Times Higher Education, The University of Manchester are 50th in the world university rankings
University selects ID Manchester partner
We will partner with Bruntwood SciTech to deliver the world-leading innovation district, powering the growth of the knowledge economy in the UK.
Global sister cities celebrated in photography competition
The competition forms part of a showcase marking the 35th anniversary of the twinning of Manchester and Wuhan.
Internationally renowned scientist joins as Honorary Professor
Dr Gerald Chan has been made an Honorary Professor of Translational Medicine at The University of Manchester.
Radio astronomers find new pulsars
Astronomers have discovered eight millisecond pulsars located within the dense clusters of stars using South Africa’s MeerKAT radio telescope.
Manchester named world’s best university for action on sustainable development
The University has been named world number one in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings of more than 1,200 global institutions.
Fungal disease diagnosis is lifesaver for HIV patients
Research shows that a fungal disease diagnostic and educational programme has impacted the mortality rates of HIV patients in Guatemala.
Evidence of new physics particle
Results from an international science experiment provide strong evidence for the existence of an undiscovered subatomic particle or new force.