University of Manchester
The University of Manchester is a historic institution, known for its ground-breaking discoveries and high-quality research with a global impact. Tracing its history back to 1824, this Russell Group university offers an exciting city campus environment and some of the best-funded student facilities in the UK. The highly-ranked university is popular among international students for its teaching quality, employability prospects and student experience with one of the largest and diverse student communities in the country - made up of students from 160 countries.

From the splitting of the atom and the birth of the first working computer, to the discovery of Graphene and the invention of the contraceptive pill - The University of Manchester has been at the heart of scientific and social innovations that have changed the world. With as many as 25 Nobel Prize winners among former students and staff, the university's academic pedigree is among the very best across the globe.

At the University, students will be taught by experts who are recognized internationally as being at the forefront of their subject and who incorporate the very latest thinking and discoveries directly into their courses and research programmes. The university have more Nobel laureates on their academic staff than any other UK university. Students will benefit from the experience of renowned academics, such as Brian Cox, star of the BBC?s science programming, author Jeanette Winterson at the Centre for New Writing, and Michael Wood, our new Professor of Public History.

The University of Manchester is large yet compact enough to give the best of both worlds, a city life and a campus community. The campus occupies a large area close to the city centre. It is dominated by grand Victorian and more modern buildings, but also has quiet corners, landscaped gardens, cafes and common rooms where students can relax and spend time with friends. It also have places of worship for the majority of faiths.