3 OCTOBER 2020
Welcome to our
virtual open day
Book talks, chat to our students, explore our virtual tours and find out more about the courses we offer and what you might like to study with us.
Making the most of your virtual visit
Book your talks
We’ve put together a great schedule of subject and university talks so you can find answers to all your questions.Book talks
Download the app
Use our open day app to help guide you through everything the virtual open day has to offer.Find out more
Chat with current staff and students
We'll be online and ready to answer your questions about what life is like at Manchester.Chat now
Make your way through our campus, discover where you might live and explore the city streets with our virtual tours.Choose a tour
open day app
Get the most out of your virtual open day with The University of Manchester virtual open day app. Book your talks and get notifications on the day to keep you up to date with everything on offer. There's also lots to explore on the app in the run up to the event and after, including virtual tours, chatting to students and finding out about our student support.
If you have any difficulties using the app please email us here.
Chat with staff and students
We’ll be running Unibuddy sessions throughout the day so you can ask questions on specific topics of interest like our extra-curricular activities, student finance and careers.
Can’t wait for the day? Our student ambassadors are around to answer your questions now.
Move through our virtual tours of the campus, accommodation and city, and get a feel for what your life at Manchester could be like.
Our support is built around you. Our teams are here to help you be your best and broaden your horizons past your degree.
Student support services
There’s a host of services and opportunities available to you at Manchester, all to help you get the most from your student experience.
We support our international students from the moment they apply to Manchester through to graduation and beyond.
If you’re over the age of 21 then you’re classed as a mature student. Our mature student guide helps answer some of your specific questions.