Campus visits for school and college groups

The University of Manchester continues to monitor developments in relation to COVID-19. With the further lifting of government restrictions, we’re pleased to welcome your students back onto campus.

Campus visits for Year 11 and 12 students  

We’re pleased to reintroduce campus visits for Year 11 and 12 student groups. The visits will take place between 1.15pm and 3.15pm and the timetable is as follows:


A welcome presentation delivered a member of the Student Recruitment Team, who will offer insights into student life at Manchester and an overview of the UCAS application process. 


A Q&A panel session with students currently studying at the University. 


A tour of our campus.  

To view the dates we have available and to book your place, please complete our online booking form.

(Please note, your booking may be combined with another school/college group. In addition, we are unable to consider specific date requests for this academic year.) 

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Self-guided tours for school and college groups

If you're unable to bring your students to campus on one of the dates advertised, our self-guided tour guide is available to download from the Visit UoM app.

Once your students have download the app, they can take a tour remotely from the comfort of their own homes. Alternatively you can email Chris Farrington and arrange a time to visit campus on a date that suits you for a self-guided tour.

(Please note, we are unable to arrange for staff or ambassadors to accompany self-guided tours.) 

Visit UoM app

The video below provides an introduction to the Visit UoM app and the self-guided tour opportunity. Further information is available via  Virtual Manchester


Complement your visit or tour with a trip to The Whitworth 

As part of your trip to campus, you may want to consider visiting The Whitworth, one of the University’s cultural assets. To enquire about a group booking, you can email

Widening Participation in higher education 

At Manchester we seek excellence, inclusivity and impact in everything we do. Widening participation in higher education – in particular enabling fairer access to a Manchester education for talented students from all backgrounds – is central to our values as a world-leading university. To find out more, please visit our Widening Participation webpage.