The University of Manchester is one of Britain's most famous Russell Group universities, with a rich heritage stretching back to 1824.
Our story is one of world firsts including the birth of the computer, the splitting of atom and the founding principles of modern economics. We now rank first in the world in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings in 2021.
Ranking 27th in the world and 6th in the UK, according to QS, we are now the largest single-site university in the UK, in the vibrant, dynamic student city of Manchester.
GREAT Scholarships 2022
The University of Manchester has four GREAT Scholarships available for the 2022-23 academic year for students from India (three) and Nigeria (one)
The eligible subjects for India are two scholarships in any master's in the School of Natural Sciences or the School of Engineering and one scholarship in a Master’s programme in the School of Arts, Languages and Cultures.
The eligible subject for Nigeria is any master's in the School of Natural Sciences or School of Engineering.
GREAT Scholarships for justice and law 2022
The University of Manchester has one GREAT Scholarship in justice and law available for the 2022-23 academic year for a student from India, for any Master’s programme in the School of Law.
More information about the subjects
The Faculty of Science and Engineering delivers world-leading teaching and research. With strong links with industry many courses are accredited, allowing graduates to excel upon graduation. Discipines include:
Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Fashion, Business and Technology
Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
Physics and Astronomy
The Manchester Law School in the School of Social Sciences consists of a collective of internationally recognised scholars tackling some of the most complex problems facing society today.
Study a course that is relevant and based on real-world needs and learn from academic leaders who inform the legal system through evidence-based research, making an impact on crime policy, law and justice, and healthcare.
The School of Arts, Languages and Cultures is one of the largest groupings of students, teachers and researchers in the arts and languages anywhere in the world. Here, you can meet people from all over the world, have your intellectual curiosity sparked, take creative risks and understand more about the subjects you're passionate about.
The School has 17 different disciplinary areas, plus teaching in nearly 20 languages, and is internationally recognised in the fields of human cultures, beliefs, institutions and languages.