University of Manchester

University of Manchester

University of Manchester (UK) — detailed description, address, opening hours, how to get there. Information about curricula and courses, reviews.

The University of Manchester is one of the most important institutions of higher education in the UK and is also ranked among the top universities worldwide. The founding date of the university is considered to be 1824 – in fact, this is the date of foundation of the mechanical institute. The university is part of a group of so-called red brick universities – these are five universities in the country in addition to Manchester: Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol, Liverpool and Sheffield. See for information about Ort Uruguay University.

The buildings of the new universities (new as of the 19th century) were built of red brick, and the original name “redbrick” was somewhat derogatory: how can universities that have grown from ordinary colleges compete with old universities that have gained a reputation for centuries? However, with the opening of universities in the 20th century, the term “redbrick” became a symbol of high respectability. The “old new” universities were no longer equated with upstarts, as they proved their right to exist by the high level of education of graduates.

In 2004, the University of Manchester Victoria, which grew out of Owens College, merged with the Institute of Science and Technology – and the University of Manchester itself appeared in its current structure. To date, the university is in third place among UK universities in terms of the number of Nobel Prizes received by employees or graduates of the university. Only Oxford and Cambridge are ahead of the University of Manchester.

To date, the university is in third place among UK universities in terms of the number of Nobel Prizes received by employees or graduates of the university.

Today, more than 40 thousand students study here, and the university staff has about 10 thousand employees. This makes the University of Manchester the largest of the UK universities without remote branches. Moreover, the competition for the University of Manchester is the highest in the country, and the university itself ranks fifth in the world in terms of demand for its graduates.

In other words, a degree from the University of Manchester guarantees you an almost 100% guarantee of employment.

The University of Manchester includes the Manchester Museum, which has about 6 thousand exhibits of archeology, natural history and anthropology, as well as the Whitworth Art Gallery and the Contact Youth Theater.

Today, the University of Manchester offers applicants training in four faculties: the Faculty of Medicine, the Faculty of Humanities, the Faculty of Life Sciences (Natural Sciences) and the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences. Each faculty, in turn, is divided into various departments, departments, schools and specialties. On the basis of the university, there is a preparatory program developed specifically for this university and preparing foreigners to enter the university.

How to get there

The University of Manchester is located in central Manchester. You can get here from London by car, bus or train, and the international airport is located just 15 km from the city center. The academic buildings and laboratories of the university are located in different parts of the city: the North campus on Sackville Street, the South campus on Oxford Road and the dormitories on Fallowfield.

Address: Manchester, M13 9PL, Oxford Rd.

Phone: +4 (401) 613-066-000.

University of Manchester