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USA / Counsellors

Information for College Counsellors

The University of Manchester has a team of three International Officers responsible for working with prospective students and counsellors from North America.  In 2018 we visited over 20 different states across the USA. We are happy to attend your local college fair or schedule a high school visit, and hope to meet you at the annual NACAC Conference.

We appreciate that some College Counsellors may not be familiar with the UK Higher Education system or the method of making an application. Should you require any further information, either about Manchester or the UK in general, please feel free to contact our office. The British Council USA website is also a good source of general information. If prospective students, or counsellors, have questions, then please direct these to the email address below:

Email: ryan.duncan@manchester.ac.uk

If you would like to receive a pack of printed materials, including a University pennant, or would like to be placed on our mailing list, please email the address above.

Meet us at NACAC

Ryan Duncan, International Officer (North America) will be attending the NACAC Annual Conference in Salt Lake City this September.

The University of Manchester will be exhibiting at booth 1217 in the main conference hall, as part of 'Explore England'. The group will be hosting an information session on Saturday, September 29 at the Radisson SLC Downtown Hotel, 1.30pm–3.30pm, which you are welcome to attend. In addition Ryan will also be representing The University of Manchester at the CCF, and all British Council organised events and networking opportunities. 

Email: ryan.duncan@manchester.ac.uk

Counsellor Fly-In tour – 2019

'Explore England' host an annual counsellor fly-in tour, showcasing each of our five universities. The 2019 tour will run May 19–24 2019. The application process will open in fall 2018. Please email Ryan Duncan to be notified when the application process is open.