University of Manchester
The University of Manchester offers over 1,000 degree programs in humanities, science, business, and engineering. It is ranked the seventh in the world according to QS World University Rankings® 2018. This institution is a red brick university (received its charter before the First World War). It is also a member of the Russell Group: a select network of leading research-intensive universities in the UK. The university has won over 25 Nobel Prizes winners among from its students and staff. The University pioneered the development of the world’s first modern computer in 1948, where Ernest Rutherford first split the atom in 1917.
International students play a huge part at The University of Manchester – our student population hails from 160 countries.
Choose Manchester and you’ll put yourself ahead of the competition when the time comes to begin your career. With an award-winning careers service and courses built with your employability in mind, it’s no surprise that 94% of our graduates go straight into jobs or further study.
We’re part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities and our research and teaching quality is recognised across the globe, but our support for international students is just as important to us. We’ll help you at all stages, from before you apply to when you arrive – and you’ll be supported at all times while you’re here.