The University's employment centre, The Works, is set to move to a significantly larger building which will enable it to provide more training and opportunities to help local people in to work.
The University has been awarded a Gold Watermark for the effectiveness of the ways in which it works to engage society with its activities in research, culture and teaching.
We are pleased to announce that The University of Manchester has recently committed to becoming accredited to the Living Wage Foundation.
It's time to recognise and celebrate the difference our staff, student and external partners are making!
The Greater Manchester Combined Authority, supported by National Apprenticeship Service and the University, held a conference for employers and training providers to highlight work carried out and to share best practice.
On Tuesday 27 November, the world is celebrating #GivingTuesday! Giving Tuesday is an international day for people to do 'good stuff', to recognise what is already being done and to encourage people to consider giving time, money or supporting a worthwhile cause.
The University believes that everyone has the right to live, work and study in an environment free from the fear of harassment or violence.
The LWF is recognised as a forum for leading employers and service providers committed to fair pay and the University welcomes the chance to join this conversation alongside other major organisations.
The Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health in partnership with The Linnean Society of London will once again be hosting the Linnean Society: Irene Manton Lecture.
Launched in 2015 by the UK government, the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) supports projects that increase research capability in developing countries, at the same time addressing the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).