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Manchester professor hosts Chinese and US diplomats
Professor Peter Gries of the Manchester China Institute hosted diplomats in Washington to discuss US-China relations.
Manchester ranked 35th in the world for employability
Manchester has been ranked the 35th best institution for employability in the Times Higher Education 2018 Global University Employability Rankings.
Ethiopian ambassador visits University
The UK’s Ethiopian ambassador has met the first students from Ethiopia to be awarded the University’s Equity and Merit scholarships.
Transformation of Manchester can inspire China’s cities
An international conference held by the University’s Manchester Urban Institute explored how Manchester’s approach to growth can help China’s developing cities.
Olympian speaks at Manchester 50 years after his ‘fist of defiance’ protest
Olympic athlete Tommie Smith spoke at Manchester’s annual Arthur Lewis Lecture about the legacy of his iconic gesture.
University celebrates 70 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, Kate Gilmore, visited the University as part of the celebrations.