Manchester Met is one of the largest universities in the UK. Home to over 34,000 students and a diverse international student population from more than 130 countries.
The campus is located in the centre of Manchester, an exciting and vibrant city with a history shaped by industry, culture and innovation. The education provided seeks to echo the city’s energy and students with ambition and a passion to succeed will find no better location in which to study.
The Manchester Met is invested heavily in creating a campus that inspires students, with modern facilities and an environmentally-conscious approach, which has led to Manchester Met being named one of the UK’s greenest universities.* They are committed to continuous improvement and are investing £400 million into new projects that will enhance teaching and research infrastructure and facilities.
Choosing to study overseas is a life-changing decision and at Manchester Met, you can rely on the support and experience of staff from the moment you begin your student journey.
Students at Manchester Met will have access to:
*People & Planet University League 2019
Manchester is a global city, recognised around the world for its character and personality. It’s a city that is full of life, with a diverse and welcoming community that is open to people of every country and culture.
Tuition at Manchester Met will remain the same throughout the course of your education at the University. It’s also important to note that Manchester has a low cost of living when comparing the cost of your studies with other universities.
At undergraduate level, students who do not qualify for UK or EU status will normally pay between £15,000 and £16,500. At postgraduate level, students who do not qualify for UK or EU status will normally pay between £16,000 and £17,000*. Keep in mind that tuition fees will vary across different courses and you should use the course finder to check the cost of tuition for your chosen course. Remember that there are scholarships available to international students to help with studies.
*For 2020 entry
With 34,000 students and more than 120 clubs and societies, Manchester Met offers something for every student to participate in outside of the classroom. Whether you’re interested in sports or another area of interest, chances are there is a place for you to thrive at Manchester Met.
Manchester Met's Students’ Union is one of the largest student organisations in the UK, representing the rights and interests of every student. The organisation is entirely student-led and its leaders are elected by the student body. Enrolling at Manchester Met means that you will automatically become a member of this exclusive society and have access to the many services and facilities available through The Union.
With all of these organisations and activities, Manchester Met students can take comfort in the fact that they are never alone. Additionally, the Counselling, Health and Wellbeing Service is an excellent resource for students who potentially face any health issues. Here, students have access to a team of professionally qualified counsellors, and a well-being advisor who can help students who potentially face any potential health issues.