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Search our courses and learn more about Manchester

For 200 years, Manchester’s ideas have changed the world. Join us and help shape tomorrow.

United against COVID-19

From international research to helping our communities, Manchester’s people are tackling the pandemic as one.

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Keeping you safe

We’re providing free washable face mask in our welcome packs and all students will receive a health and safety briefing as part of our welcome activities.

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Online lectures

Online lectures in Semester 1 will allow you to work at your own pace, where and when suits you best.

A big decision at a difficult time.

Making your decision when you don't know what the future holds.

Why Manchester?

At The University of Manchester, our exceptional students advance their education, knowledge and wisdom for the good of society. Here's five ways we help you to shape your future.

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With accommodation guaranteed for your first year, there's something for everyone. Will you be part of the bustling city, or perhaps the quiet green of our suburbs?

Take the quiz below to find your perfect new home at Manchester.

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Supporting you

Our support is built around you and our teams are here to help you be your best. There’s always someone to talk to if you’re worried about any issues relating to your studies, money, health or wellbeing.

Explore Manchester

A brilliant campus, at the heart of the UK's most liveable city.

Manchester Live

Book on to a webinar with live Q&As or chat with one of our current students.

Apply to Manchester through clearing

The main UCAS cycle has now closed but you can still apply to study at Manchester via clearing, where there will be lots of opportunities to join us. If you haven't already registered and made an application via UCAS then you can still do this via UCAS Apply and from 6 July you can add a clearing choice via UCAS Track. Visit our clearing guide for more information.

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