Scholarships & funding
Manchester Metropolitan University is committed to recognising high-achieving students and has a comprehensive range of scholarships available of up to GBP 5,000 (The scholarship amount quoted relates to the 20-21 academic year and may change for the 2021-22 academic year).
The Manchester Metropolitan University Union represents the rights and interests of all of its students.
All Manchester Metropolitan students automatically become members of the Students’ Union and enjoy access to a range of sports clubs, student societies, support services and facilities. With over 120 different sports clubs and societies, there’s something for everyone.
The Students’ Union is led by student officers elected by students. This ensures that they listen to the needs and views of all, helping students get the most out of their time at university. Manchester Metropolitan’s Students’ Union building is the place to socialise, work and relax. It has a café, shop and event space, social seating areas, meeting rooms and quiet study spaces.
Experienced, trained staff in the Advice Centre offer free specialist, student-centred advice on a whole range of subjects such as funding and personal finance, academic issues and accommodation. They help thousands of students with a wide range of issues.
International students receive arrival support with pre-departure webinars, a free airport pickup and a week of welcome events.
Once at their accommodation, the Residential Life team have Residential Advisors providing students assistance through advice and support.
Having welcomed international students for many years, the university has developed several specialist teams to provide them with the right support throughout their studies:
- Student Hub support staff can provide advice and support on student living, careers, studying and finance, immigration, and welfare.
- The Immigration and Welfare team also provide confidential advice and guidance as well as organising regular workshops to help with renewing student visas.
The university Counselling Service allows students to talk to a professionally-qualified counsellor, about any personal problems and the team also runs workshops and courses.