2020 has been a difficult year for us all in different ways and really highlighted the importance of supporting and caring for one another.
Humanities & Social Sciences researchers have been making a difference in our business & civic communities
This year has seen University life challenged in ways previously unthinkable.
Our work on social responsibility has been recognised through an Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community trophy at the sixteenth annual THE Awards.
The University is delighted to announce a significant step-change in our move towards sustainable forms of energy in the University.
The second national lockdown in November has been another challenging month for everyone in the UK – and it’s been no different across our university community.
The University’s Creative Manchester initiative hosted a Music, Health and Wellbeing workshop as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences.
The contribution from University spending to the local and regional economy represents an important element of the social value that we deliver.
The Whitworth’s Age Friendly programme was developed in 2009 alongside a city-wide cultural offer that aimed to use art, culture and creativity to make Manchester one of the best cities in the world to grow older in.
The aim of Manchester Access Programme (MAP) is to inspire talented, local year 12 students to realise their full potential and benefit from an excellent university education, regardless of their background.