The University of Manchester Key Information:-
•Informally known: University of Manchester (UOM)
•Established: 1824 as (UMIST)
•Motto: Cognitio, sapientia, humanitas (LATIN) "Knowledge, Wisdom, Humanity"
•Address: Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9PL, United Kingdom
•Affiliation: Universities Research Association/Russell Group/EUA/N8 Group/NWUA/ACU
•Category: Research University
•Available study options: Undergraduate/Post Graduate
• Acceptance Rate: 64.1 percent
• Chancellor: Tom Bloxham MBE
• Chairman: Dame Nancy Rothwell
•Phone: +44 161 306 6000
The University of Manchester Highlights:-
• The University of Manchester is part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities, with outstanding facilities and the widest range of courses.
• UOM is the largest single site university in the United Kingdom with a large student community.
• Almost two-thirds of the University of Manchester's research was ranked by the last Research Assessment Exercise as world-leading or internationally excellent.
• This university is respected all over the globe as a center for teaching excellence.
•The University of Manchester has 25 Nobel Laureates among its past and present students and staff, the third-highest number of any single university in the United Kingdom after Cambridge and Oxford. (04 are presently part of University of Manchester's faculty).
•As per recent statistics more than nine out of ten recent graduates go straight into employment or continued studies.
The University of Manchester Admissions
The University of Manchester Manchester Admission:-
Individuals wishing to apply for undergraduate admission at the University of Manchester are required to apply through Universities and College's Admission Service (UCAS).
You can apply to UCAS from 1 September for entry the following autumn.
The normal closing date for receipt of applications is 15 January, after which you can apply through UCAS Extra. (The deadline for international applications is 30 June.)
If you are applying to Oxford or Cambridge, or for courses leading to a professional qualification in medicine or dentistry, the closing date is 15 October in the year prior to entry.
In many cases you can defer entry by one year, especially if you wish to gain relevant work experience or improve your language skills. Please check with the admissions team for the relevant subject before submitting your UCAS form.
General Entry Requirements for Undergraduate Admission:
Specific Entry Requirements for each academic course
Accepted entry requirements for UK
Accepted UK qualifications include:
A-levels and AS-levels
Access to HE Diploma
Advanced Diploma/14–19 Diploma
BTEC Level 3 qualifications awarded from 2012
BTEC Nationals awarded before 2012
BTEC Higher Nationals/HND/HNC
Cambridge Pre-U Diploma and Principal Subjects
Extended Project Qualification
Irish Leaving Certificate
Scottish Highers and Advanced Highers
Other qualifications and combinations of qualification components
Non-standard educational routes (eg home-schooled students)
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Post graduate Admission:-
Before you apply for postgraduate research or a master’s course, please check the entry requirements to ensure you are able to study at The University of Manchester.
English Language Requirements
Other Entry Requirements
General Entry Requirements by country
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Deadlines for Post Graduate Admission
There is no official closing date for applications for most taught courses and research programmes but we advise you to apply as early as possible.For programmes which have application closing dates, the closing date will appear in the course details.
The University of Manchester Manchester Academic Year
The University of Manchester Manchester Academic Year is divided into two semesters
SEMESTER 01: September to January
SEMESTER 02: January to June
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The University of Manchester Infrastructure
The University of Manchester Infrastructure:-
The university's main site contains most of its facilities and is often referred to as campus, however Manchester is not a campus university as the concept is commonly understood. It is centrally located in the city and its buildings are integrated into the fabric of Manchester, with non-university buildings and major roads between.
However the University of Manchester Infrastructure is broadly classified
North campus or Sackville Street Campus, centred on Sackville Street
South campus or Oxford Road Campus, centred on Oxford Road as
These names are not broadly recognized by the university but are commonly used, including in parts of its website and roughly correspond to the campuses of the old UMIST and Victoria University respectively. Fallowfield campus is the main residential campus.There are other university buildings across the city and the wider region, such as Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire and One Central Park in Moston, a collaboration between the university and other partners which offers office space for start-up firms and venues for conferences and workshops
The buildings around the Old Quadrangle date from the time of Owens College, and were designed in a Gothic style.
The university's Contact Theatre stages modern live performance for all ages, and participatory workshops primarily for young people aged 13 to 30.
Chancellors Hotel and Conference Centre: The house now forms the western wing of the Chancellors Hotel & Conference Centre. The eastern wing houses the circular Flowers Theatre, six conference rooms and most of the hotel's bedrooms.
Other notable buildings in the Oxford Road Campus include the Stephen Joseph Studio, a former German Protestant church and the Samuel Alexander Building, a grade II listed building erected in 1919 and home of the School of Arts, Languages and Cultures.
The University of Manchester Library is the largest non-legal deposit library in the UK and the third-largest academic library after those of Oxford and Cambridge. It has the largest collection of electronic resources of any library in the UK.
UOM also manages the Manchester Museum and Whitworth Art Gallery.
The University of Manchester Faculty:-
The University of Manchester has 25 Nobel Laureates among its past and present students and staff, the third-highest number of any single university in the United Kingdom after Cambridge and Oxford. At present there are four Nobel Laurates currently in the staff of the university (the most by an british university). University of Manchester Manchester Faculty also consists of academicians, researchers and subject scholars.
The University of Manchester Student Life and Activities:-
The University of Manchester's Student Union is the largest student union in the United Kingdom and is representation of the interest of students. Unlike many students unions in the UK the body has no president but is run by an eight member student committee who jointly share responsibility.
The University of Manchester operates sports clubs via the Athletics Union while student societies are operated by the Students' Union.
The university has more than 80 health and fitness classes while over 3,000 students are members of the 44 various Athletic Union clubs.Teams include: lacrosse, korfball, dodgeball, hockey, rugby league, rugby union, football, basketball, netball and cricket. The Manchester Aquatics Centre, the swimming pool used for the Manchester Commonwealth Games is on the campus.
In the eight years up to 2013 Manchester have won the BBC2 quiz programme University Challenge four times, drawing equal with Magdalen College, Oxford for the highest number of series wins
Whitworth Park Halls of Residence: This residence hall owned by the University of Manchester houses close to 1, 100 students and is known for its triangular shaped accomodation which is named as Toblerones after the famous "chocolate bars."
Sackville Street: The former UMIST Campus has five halls of residence near to Sackville Street building (Weston, Lambert, Fairfield, Chandos, and Wright Robinson), and several other halls within a 5-15 minute walk, such as the Grosvenor group of halls.
Other Residences: Other residences include Vaughn House, once the home of the clergy serving the Church of the Holy Name, and George Kenyon Hall at University Place; Crawford House and Devonshire House adjacent to the Manchester Business School and Victoria Hall in Higher Cambridge Street.
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The University of Manchester Rankings
The University of Manchester as quoted by the Sunday Times, UK, has maintained a formidable reputation spanning most disciplines, but most notably in the life sciences, engineering, humanities, economics, sociology and the social sciences. A university growing each year in international reputation, Manchester has also been ranked for its all-round student support services. Adding to this, University of Manchester's students have being targeted by more top recruiters for graduate vacancies than any other UK university students. Enlisted are the University of Manchester rankings both nationally and internationally.
ARWU (2013, national): Rank 05
ARWU(2013, world): Rank 41
QS (2013/14, national): Rank 08
QS (2013/14, world):Rank 33
Times Higher Education (2013/14, national): Rank 08
Times Higher Education (2013/14, world): Rank 58
Complete(2015, national): Rank 25
The Guardian (2015, national): Rank 31
Times/Sunday Times (2014, national): Rank 26
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