The University of Manchester has strategic partnerships and collaborations worldwide. We bring innovation to businesses, insight to institutions and an unforgettable experience to those who study with us.
We have an illustrious history of discovery, from atomic physics to the first stored-program computer. Our international stature is reflected in the 25 Nobel Prize winners who have worked or studied here, including Ernest Rutherford, William Arthur Lewis and the graphene pioneers Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov.
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We're the UK's most popular university among international students and offer innovative online and blended learning opportunities.
We have an international presence in five global hubs that offer a growing portfolio of distance and blended learning programmes.
Call for policy makers to support youth engagement
A Europe-wide youth project has highlighted the need for policy makers to do more to create a sense of belonging with stigmatised youths to create positive change.
Extended time online may be changing our brains
A review by an international research team has found that using the Internet for extended periods may affect our brain’s structure, function and cognitive development.
Purple Wave travels to Singapore and back
Manchester Purple Wave runners ran a total of 63,290.55km, enough to get to Singapore and back, raising money for University causes including our Equity and Merit Scholarships.
Three million year old mouse reveals the secrets of colour
An international team, led by the University, has used X-ray imaging to reveal specific red pigments in extinct mice which shows how their colour evolved.
Community forest management reduces deforestation and poverty
An international team has found that local communities who manage their forests have also reduced deforestation and poverty in Nepal.
Mayor marks end of major youth research project
Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester, helped mark the end of the Manchester-led PROMISE project which researched the experiences of marginalised young people across the EU.