University of Manchester
Established in 1824, the University of Manchester is largest single-site university in the UK with the biggest student community. The university is divided into faculties, schools, institutes and specialist research groups, all of which undertake pioneering multidisciplinary teaching and research of worldwide significance. It has outstanding facilities and offers the widest range of courses. The university is highly respected across the globe as a centre of teaching excellence and innovative research. The University of Manchester is part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities and its international student’s population hails from more than 160 countries. University events such as educational showpieces, star and public lectures, national tours and one-off exhibitions take place throughout the year. It has the largest alumni community of any campus-based university in the UK, developing lifelong relationships with more than 380,000 former students in more than 190 countries. University of Manchester campus is the largest estate in UK higher education, with 229 buildings across 270 hectares.
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