History, Affiliations & Rankings
Established in 1824, the University of Manchester is the largest single-site university in the UK that has the biggest student community. With 25 Nobel Prize recipients included in the staggering alumni list of the university, it is ranked as the 27th best university in the world by QS Global World University.
Infrastructure, Campus & Courses
The University of Manchester offers more than 1,000-degree programmes across a diverse array of disciplines including Business, Engineering, Sciences and Humanities. The university not only offers bachelor’s degrees, master’s degrees, MBAs and PhDs but also Foundation programmes to help international students meet the academic and English language requirements of the University of Manchester. All programmes offered by the University of Manchester are divided into four faculties: the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences; Faculty of Life Sciences; Faculty of Humanities; Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences. The campus of the university located on Oxford Road is the largest campus amongst the UK higher education estates. This campus is stretched over 270 hectares of land with 245 buildings. The gigantic library of the University of Manchester holds over four million printed books, manuscripts, more than 41,000 e-journals and approx 500,000 electronic books. The library of the university is one of the five National Research Libraries.
Accomplishments & Alumni
With a very high research output, the University of Manchester is a Russell Group University. 83% research of the university was ranked as ‘internationally excellent’ and ‘world-leading’ by the REF (Research Excellence Framework). As per the 2019 Academic Ranking of World Universities, the University of Manchester is the 6th best university in the UK, 33rd best in the world and seventh in Europe making a place in the Top 100 Most Innovative Universities list. Being the biggest student community, the total student strength of the university goes over 40,000 students.
At the University of Manchester, researchers, students, teachers and professional service staff are working with partners to understand COVID-19 and its implications. In order to ensure the safety of its students, the university has taken the following steps:
The university has moved teaching online, cancelled or postponed all on-campus events and closed all non-essential facilities.
It is preparing plans for students to come back to campus in phases.
All induction activities will be conducted online.
In order to make the campus safe, the university is putting new cleaning and social distancing measures in place.
Undergraduate international students should arrive in Manchester by October 31, 2020 and Postgraduate Taught and Postgraduate Research students should return to campus by November 20, 2020. Students unable to arrive will be able to access the welcome and induction programme online.
Most January 2021 assessment will be done online although a few exams and practical examinations may require students to be on campus.
Students will be charged the full published tuition fees for 2020 entry with no exceptions for online learning.
The University of Manchester offers a number of scholarship offers to its Indian students. It offers to fund more than £100,000 to Indian-domicile students for one-year master’s degree programmes at the university.
The university offers a total of 16 scholarships across four faculty or schools.
1. Alliance Manchester Business School
No. of Awards: 1
Award Value: £7,500
Applicable to: Master’s programmes in -
2. School of Social Sciences
No. of Awards: 1
Award Value: £5,000
Applicable to: Master’s programmes offered by the School of Social Sciences
3. School of Medical Sciences
No. of Awards: 2
Award Value: £5,000
Applicable to: Following Master’s programmes -
4. Faculty of Science and Engineering
No. of Awards: 13
Award Value: £5,000
Applicable to: Master’s programmes offered by
One award of £5,000 is given to each of the following:
Scholarship Value: £10,000 for the Faculty of Science and Engineering and £9,625 for the School of Social Sciences
The candidate must be an Indian citizen.
Candidates must meet the English language requirements of the university.
Candidates must have an offer of admission for a full-time master’s degree programme offered by either the School of Social Sciences, including Law or the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
Duration: The scholarship award is tenable for a year only and can not be deferred to a later year.
Scholarship Value: A total of £80,000 will be distributed amongst -
Highest ranked students, who will receive an amount of £40,000 which is payable as £10,000 per year for 4 years,
two other students will receive £20,000 which is payable as £5,000 per year for four years.
Applicable for Indian students only.
Students must have achieved excellence in Standard XII.
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