Ready to take on the future?
At Manchester, we’ve always been about pushing forward. Since 1824, great minds have come here to challenge assumptions, create the exceptional and change the world.
Explore our online prospectus to discover how you can make your mark at Manchester. We're the world’s best university for social and environmental impact (Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2021) and as a student here, you’ll find opportunities to tackle the biggest challenges facing our planet and create a better future.
And as everything’s digital, you’re already saving trees and playing your part in our commitment to social responsibility.
27th best university
in the world
(QS World University Rankings, 2021)
University of the year for graduate employment
(The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide, 2020)
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Applying to Manchester
Before you apply
Applications for 2022 entry will open via UCAS on Wednesday, 1 September 2021.
There are steps you can take between now and then to get yourself prepared.
- Register for our undergraduate virtual open week
- Home students – check UK entry requirements
- International students – check country-specific information for entry and English language requirements
- Make a note of application closing dates for your course
- Get an idea of student finance
Support for under-represented groups
We believe that all students with the potential to benefit from a university education should be able to access Manchester.
We have a range of programmes and support for students who need it the most. Download one of our application guides to start your journey:
- Care experienced students (PDF document, 320KB)
- Estranged students (PDF document, 320KB)
- Refugees and asylum seekers (PDF document, 304KB)
How to choose your course
Choosing your undergraduate course is a big but exciting decision.
When searching for a course, it’s important to remember that there are lots of reasons to study a certain subject – the right fit for one person may not be best for another.
Here are some things to consider:
- What subjects do you enjoy?
- What are your talents and special skills?
- Is there a career path you would like to follow?
- What issues do you feel passionate about solving?
Your future career
As a Manchester student, you’ll get plenty of opportunities to boost your employability and set yourself up for the future.
Our Careers Service has programmes and services to help you prepare for a successful career:
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Scholarships and funding
Support from the University
If you're worried about university costs, we can help you fund travel, tuition fees, IT equipment costs, and more.
We have a range of bursaries, scholarships and support funds available for UK students who need extra support.
Funding for international students
We know that finance is a key consideration for international students when choosing to study at university in the UK.
Explore our international funding guidance for advice on: