Interested in 2022 entry?

Explore our online prospectus for information about joining us next September.

Find out more – undergraduate prospectus 2022

Undergraduate courses for entry in 2021

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  • Benefit from research-led teaching with lectures and seminars based around the most contemporary debates

  • Take advantage of strong links with organisations including MSF, World Health Organization (WHO) and IFRC

  • HCRI is home to UK-Med, the country’s medical deployment lead to global humanitarian crises

Why study International Disaster Management and Humanitarian Response at Manchester?

The Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI) at the University is a leading global centre for the study of humanitarianism, conflict response, global health, international disaster management and peacebuilding. Study here and you’ll benefit from a learning environment that will provide you with the critical skills and understanding required to meaningfully engage with humanitarian issues and research and to pursue careers in humanitarian aid.

You’ll be taught by an interdisciplinary team of lecturers including anthropologists, geographers, political scientists, historians and development scholars.