With academic roots stretching back to 1824, The University of Manchester is one of the most respected universities worldwide. With an unprecedented £1 billion investment into outstanding research and teaching facilities, the University aims to become a top 25 global provider of education and research by 2020.
Our campus includes more than 10,500 students from 180 countries outside UK and is at the heart of the city of Manchester, a vibrant and multicultural European metropolis. The University of Manchester has a long history of welcoming students from India and there are approximately 570 students from India studying at the University.
The University’s reputation as a world-class teaching and research university is confirmed through our ranking in the influential QS rankings. In the 2019 survey we were placed 27th in the world. On these pages you will find key information for Indian students including our scholarship provision and reputation for employability. You can also find out more about the University’s Indian research partnerships.
Meet Nomaan Ahmad
Nomaan is studying his MSc in Innovation, Management and Entrepreneurship and talks about his motivations for studying at Manchester.