Clearing
and adjustment

Manchester's here for you

Today, tomorrow, always. We’re here to support you.

Our vacancies

  1. Our clearing vacancies will be live at 5pm on Tuesday, 11 August. Please check back to see if the course you’re interested in has spaces available.
  2. Our phone lines will open at 8am on Thursday, 13 August.
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Coronavirus and your Manchester journey

We're working to give you the best possible welcome to Manchester this year. In your first semester, you'll benefit from online lectures, allowing you to work at your own pace, where and when suits you best.

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Welcome programme

We're putting together an extended two-week welcome and induction programme, to welcome you to Manchester in a phased and safe way.

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Your learning

Online lectures in Semester 1 will allow you to work at your own pace, where and when suits you best. This will be supported by small group face-to-face teaching.

A big decision at a difficult time.

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

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Clearing and adjustment guide

All you need to know to make the most of clearing opportunities at Manchester.

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Your learning experience

In September we’ll be using a blended learning format to give you the best possible learning experience.


Hear from Ella, a final year History and Sociology student, about her experience of blended learning during her final term, what skills it helped her develop and how clubs and societies went virtual.

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Online lectures

We've moved our lectures online for Semester 1 which means you can work through them at a time and location that suits you.

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Face-to-face contact

You will still have face-to-face contact with your tutors through seminars, practicals and tutorials.

Your learning experience.

What does blended learning look like and how will it work for your student life?

WHY MANCHESTER

For 200 years, Manchester’s ideas have changed the world. Our exceptional students advance their education, knowledge and wisdom for the good of society, and we support them to make a difference.

Thinking of commuting to university?

At Manchester, we want to help you shape your future, close to home.

Our campus is easy to get to on foot from the city centre, which has three major train stations including Manchester Piccadilly and Oxford Road. Or you could catch one of the regular buses, which have multiple stops throughout campus.

Living at home

Charlotte talks about her experience living at home in Oldham while studying for BSc Medical Biochemistry.

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