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Make Manchester yours

Become part of our global community, develop your talents, and discover new dreams. Find out what makes Manchester special and why people choose to start their journeys with us.

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Nancy McDonald

BSc Psychology alumna and Student Wellbeing Assistant.

As a student, Nancy had been involved in wellbeing, and she loved her time at the University so much, she decided to stay and continue her passion as a Student Wellbeing Assistant.

Meet Nancy

"The University’s framework for wellbeing encourages everyone to take care of themselves. When I was a wellbeing champion, we held yoga afternoons outside and smoothie-making competitions. It was great because you met like-minded people."

Sultan Al-Shidhani

法律LLB

Inspired by his brother studying at Manchester, Sultan loved how welcoming the University was.

"The fact that the University is part of the Russell Group appealed to me because I knew I would get a high-quality education and enjoy the wonderful life that Manchester as a city has to offer."

Meet Sultan
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Akash Nair

MPhys Physics with Theoretical Physics

Akash has made full use of the study spaces on campus, from the Alan Gilbert Learning Commons to the Library and had access to multiple labs for his experiments.

"Our lab is well equipped, from telescopes to interferometers. Some of my course mates have even worked with the telescope at Jodrell Bank."

Meet Akash
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Lamia Mahfouz

BSc Physics

Lamia was looking for balance between size and the number of people at her choice of university, as well as things to do.

"I always knew that Manchester was an international university, but I was surprised by the diversity. I was afraid that I would feel out of place but I can’t imagine anyone feeling that they don’t belong."

Meet Lamia
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Tisya Gunawan

BSc International Business, 金融 and Economics

It’s the support and belief from the University community that helped Tisya get involved with student societies.

"Here at Manchester there is a strong culture that says you can do whatever you want to do. I’ve made a lot of friends, found what I like and what I want to do in the future."

Meet Tisya
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We’re making more sustainable choices with our prospectus so this year we’ve reduced the number of pages and the number of printed copies. We’ve also planted new woodland to compensate for the paper used.