The University of Manchester

The University of Manchester is Britain’s largest single-site university with a proud history of achievement and innovation. The student population is over 40,000 and includes 10,000 students from outside the UK.

The University of Manchester can claim 25 Nobel Prize winners among former staff and students and is where the atom was first split, the world’s first stored-program computer invented and graphene discovered.

Manchester has an international reputation for research, the widest range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in the UK and is targeted by more of the UK’s Top 100 graduate employers than any other university (High Fliers Survey 2018).