“Radical” methods are needed to ensure universities meet diversity targets.
Reports published by Higher Education Statistics Agency shows that the University of Manchester enrols 5.3% less disadvantaged students than the UK average
Cuts to public services combined with increasing demand have led to councils hiking taxes
Victoria Evans speaks to Gaby Hartfield about ‘Once a Month’, a Student Action project fighting period poverty in a compassionate and practical way.
The campaign will run from the 19th to the 24th November, raising awareness about the importance of the stem cell register
The annual event will be held for one week at the Students’ Union from 19th November
Security provided for less prestigious institutions through the bottom-up structure of European Union programmes could be lost post-Brexit.
Council leaders across the city have announced contingency plans as the threat of a No Deal Brexit increases
Sophie Marriott and Cachella Smith argue the implications of the SU’s motion to encourage jazz-hands over clapping is “short-sighted” and instead Senate should seek to “create an atmosphere where people feel safe and comfortable enough to raise such an issue and ask for a quieter environment”
The Mancunion understands that student campaign groups burst into the meeting to campaign against the University’s unethical investments
The chance to graduate earlier through an accelerated degree programme will come at the cost of higher fees per year
Events include a film screening, a conference of disabled sex workers, and a ‘quiet space’ lunch
Amy Morris suggests the the University should start treating its students like adults with regards to internet regulations
Students from the University of Manchester are among those involved in a scheme to help pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds progress.
The world’s largest neuromorphic supercomputer switched on for the first time. With 1 million processors, it aims to unlock the secrets of the human brain
As one of the single largest construction projects undertaken by any UK higher education institution, the Manchester Engineering Campus Development (MECD) will be the new home of University of Manchester engineering students from four different Schools
University of Manchester academics attended the Conservative Party Conference to discuss a variety of topics including panels on immigration, devolution in a post-Brexit Britain, and the ‘fourth industrial revolution’, focusing on the challenge posed by artificial intelligence to the changing nature of work.