The University of Manchester
University of Manchester
7.0
7.0 / 10 Overall Satisfaction
(based on ratings in 2016)
In a few words
"In terms of nightlife, Manchester is incredibly varied. There are smaller weekly club nights such as Gold Teeth, which is great fun. The music scene has lots to offer for fans of all types of genres. Also, there's the yearly Warehouse Project series, which is a huge night out. There's a huge selection of bars and restaurants located in the city centre that are great to explore. The shopping is also great with the Armitage Centre and Trafford providing high-street retailers. Alongside this there's a great alternative/vintage fashion scene with the likes of Afflecks and smaller vintage shops/wholesalers. There are also plenty of museums, exhibitions and art galleries such as the Whitworth."
Quality of facilities
7.4 / 10
 
Night life
8.2 / 10
 
Student union
6.3 / 10
 
How diverse is your university
8.1 / 10
 
Quality of teaching
7 / 10
 
Structure of courses
6.9 / 10
 
Preparation for a job
6.9 / 10
 

What students say about...

Location of university

"The city is very busy with lots of things to do and so I very rarely feel bored...."

Night life

"There are loads of concerts and an exceptional music scene. There's a busy nightlife..."

Clubs and social environment

"Manchester is a very social university and there are hundreds of societies you can..."

Diverse backgrounds

"UoM has to be one of the most culturally diverse universities in the UK. The university..."

Careers services

"If you have a loose idea of what sector you want to work in then I would highly recommend..."

Pros

"It helps with employment and is ranked very well by employers. The geography course..."

Cons

"A high standard of work is always expected from you. Be prepared to put in a lot..."


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