University description (as per official university website)
- University of the Year 2006 and 2005
- Ranked fourth in the UK for the quality of our graduates
- 37 subject areas rated as 5 or 5* in the latest Research Assessment Exercise
- 32 subject areas rated 'Excellent' for teaching
- Guaranteed accommodation for international students with free internet connection
Manchester - your unique offer
The University of Manchester is world-renowned for its academic and research excellence.
With a distinguished history and exciting agenda for the future, our graduates are constantly in demand from the world's top employers.
The high-quality education offered in the UK is recognised around the world.
But if you explore our website, you will find out why students from more than 162 countries want to study at The University of Manchester.
The University of Manchester was created in 2004 when two of the UK's most respected research-led universities joined forces.
The new University can now offer a broad range of courses thanks to its size and diversity.
Because of the University's size, we are also able to offer a wider range of interdisciplinary research areas than any other UK university.
The University's degree programmes are career-orientated with advice from industry and commerce to make sure you will gain the skills needed to progress in your chosen area.
Employers know that a graduate from Manchester will be of an extremely high standard which increases your career prospects at the end of your degree.
We also have the excellent Manchester Career Service which has been voted the best in the UK for four years running.
World class facilities
Our unrivalled facilities include the Jodrell Bank Observatory and venues of cultural importance such as the Manchester Museum, the Contact Theatre, the Whitworth Art Gallery and the John Rylands Library, which is the third largest academic library in the UK.