Angry university students have organised two protests to fight for reduced rent and tuition fees. The protests have been organised
As the second national lockdown begins, students feel they have been left in the dark again and accused the government
For young people starting university in recent weeks, the experience has been anything but standard. Many have been kept isolated
Manchester Metropolitan University students have been thrown into disarray in the past few weeks as lockdown has been imposed on
Centre for Cities collaborated with the University of Manchester and found that 51% of students from all Manchester universities choose to live in the city after they graduate.
Over 60 universities saw picket lines form over suggested changes to the pension scheme, proposed by Universities UK (UUK).
‘The gaming industry stigma must go’: MM chat to Access Creative College, the pioneers looking to make waves in the education system
For the modern generation, gaming has become part of day to day life. MM went down to speak to Manchester’s Access Creative College staff and students about the college’s innovative work and future plans for expansion.
Google is a wonderful tool – especially if you are bored and want to kill time by reading unnecessary information about pretty much anything you can think of.
A-level results day 2017: Just 39% of Manchester students worried about their grades, according to survey
Manchester students awaiting their A-level results are more optimistic about their results than anywhere else in the UK, according to a new survey.
A revolutionary heart attack sensor has been developed by researchers from Manchester University’s School of Materials.
‘Pubs are more comfy than lecture theatres!’: Science festival set for Manchester’s bars and ale houses
Scientists are all set to venture out of their labs to take over pubs around Manchester and get people talking about science.