The University of Manchester is one of Britain's most famous and forward-thinking universities, with a rich heritage stretching 180 years and an exciting agenda for the future.
Many major advances of the 20th century began here, including the birth of the computer, the splitting of the atom and the founding principles of modern economics.
Today, research remains at the heart of the University and the quality, breadth and volume of research activity are unparalleled in the UK, with strong collaborative links with industry and public services.
Currently, there are a small number of students studying at the University who come from the Philippines.
Using different methodologies, international rankings typically compare universities from across the globe for their research performance and academic reputation.
|Academic Ranking of World Universities (2023)||41||10||6|
|Times Higher Education (2024)||51||17||8|
|Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings (2023)||2||1||1|
|Times Higher Education ‘Most International University’ rankings (2023)||29=||18||10|
|QS World University Sustainability Rankings||3||1||1|