Several students said they had already missed out on funding due to Brexit uncertainty
With long, gruelling and unpaid work placements, one nurse who qualified from Manchester last year even told The Mancunion she had to use food banks during her final year
Making up 27% of the total student body, they pay almost half of all tuition fees.
The University has been accused of making students of colour feel like an “afterthought” with a complex complaints procedure that can be difficult for them to navigate
The October Brexit deadilne is fast approaching, but it’s been 117 days since the University updated its guidance for EU students considering studying here
Would you take £5 cash in hand to place on online bet?
The figure behind clap-gate goes under the microscope
Haughton introduced the Zero-Waste shop in the SU
The Mancunion spoke to academic staff at UoM about their relationship with the Senior Leadership Team
There are more than 500 Confucius Institutes around the world, with each one ‘serving its community’ in a unique way
Manchester students are turning to tactical voting to get their voices heard
Questions are being asked about some of the organisations helping to fund graphene research
In the last ten years, the number of top grades being awarded has jumped, amid concerns that so-called ‘grade inflation’ is lessening the value of degrees across the country
UoM saw a 1% improvement on 2018’s results
She spent £1,000 on an 83-second-long video on mitigating circumstances
Olivia Meisl has enjoyed a very active year as Education Officer at the Students’ Union (SU). She attended 97% of her scheduled meetings, spent just 3.6% of the Exec’s budget, and successfully helped introduce the new Postgraduate Students’ Officer role for 2019/20. Meisl’s £298 spend was mainly on travel for the Lessons From Auschwitz programme, […]