Manchester Metropolitan University

Manchester Metropolitan University

Manchester Metropolitan University

Manchester Metropolitan University

Initially developed as a centre of Technology, Art and Design, the roots of Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) date back to 1824; it was founded as a University in 1992, with the modern institution comprising eight specialist faculties. 

MMU receives the third highest number of student applications in the UK and is home to more than 36,000 students, making it one of the largest student populations in Europe.

Manchester itself is also a renowned hub for arts, culture and creativity, and is regularly ranked in the top spot as the best city to live in the UK by the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Survey.

MMU itself lays claim to a total of 8,000 students and staff who are involved in ‘cultural production’, making it one of the largest creative communities in Britain.

The university’s achievements are not just limited to creative disciplines though. MMU boasts the UK’s second largest Business School. In 2014 it was recognised as a top ‘new’ university for its health research in the Research Excellence Framework results, while the institution has long been at the forefront of developments in Early Years and Childhood Studies.

‘Promoting diversity’ is listed among the university core values, as is an emphasis on vocational education and employability.

MMU also prides itself on strong partnerships with businesses and organisations at a regional, national and international level, and which include the BBC and IBM. Many of its degree courses include a year-long work placement with these organisations – something the university believes aids its high employment rate for graduates.

Based on two campuses, MMU is located in Manchester city centre with another site in the town of Crewe, in Cheshire. The university has made significant capital investment in its infrastructure of late, giving rise to a new student’s union building, new laboratories, a £10million Exercise and Sport Science Centre, and a £6million contemporary arts centre on its Cheshire campus.

Among the university’s 250,000 alumni, are the actors and comedians Steve Coogan, Julie Walters and John Bishop, while poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy is the Creative Director of its Writing School.

Student Services and Facilities

Libraries and Information Services

  • Housed over six floors, the library is open 24 hours a day during term time, giving access to over one million books, journals and e-resources.
  • Resources include a help desk, chat zone, access to café facilities, and the university's Special Collections museum.
  • The library team offer tours for new students and study skills workshops throughout the year.

Student jobs

  • The Careers and Employability Service organises a range of employer events on campus and advertises hundreds of part-time roles, graduate jobs, placements and internships to students online via My Career Hub.
  • Students can register for the university's on-campus employment scheme, Jobs4Students, to gain valuable experience working for the university, as well as earning extra money.

Careers advice

  • Careers consultants work in close partnership with academics in each faculty to deliver expert careers advice tailored to the needs of students. Hub spaces in the heart of the Manchester campus provide drop-in careers advice and appointments with specialist advisers. There are also drop-in sessions in each faculty building.
  • A programme of careers events enable students to meet employers from diverse industries on campus.
  • Digital services help students to achieve their career goals: MMyou interactive careers centre has over 5,000 career and professional development resources. My Career hub allows students to book onto employability events or find job opportunities or internships. The careers service website also features expert careers advice and information.
  • Graduates get access to digital careers support for life. Whether looking for work, advice on further study, self-employment or professional development options, the university is able to help.

Health services

  • Regular courses and workshops provide comprehensive advice and practical tips on a variety of health and well-being topics.
  • Students can attend free sports and exercise activities on campus every week through the Active Campus programme.
  • All students are encouraged to register with a local GP.

Average Tuition Fee Per Year


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Courses offered

English score required

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University Highlights


University Address

All Saints Building
All Saints
Manchester M15 6BH

University Facilities

On campus accommodation



  • The University offers a wide range of accommodation for both UG and PG students in both Manchester and Cheshire Campuses
  • Students can choose from different residents halls in Manchester (Main Campus): Birley, Cambridge, Cavendish, Daisy Bank, Needham Court, etc.
  • Security Service provides 24 hour, 365 day advice and assistance designed to make the campuses safe and secure places in which to live, work and study
  • Rooms are mainly self-catered with shared kitchen facility
  • All utilities are included in the rent

Off campus accommodation


Details for off-campus

  • The average rent is 600 to 800 Pounds/month
  • The residence type includes studio apartments, 3 bedroom apartments, 4 bedroom apartments and shared apartments
  • The student residences are fully furnished with all the basic amenities such as electricity, hydro and unlimited internet included in the rent
  • Onsite-laundry facility is also available