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- The university guarantees an offer of university-approved accommodation to all full-time undergraduate students studying at Manchester Metropolitan University for the first time, provided they meet eligibility criteria; please refer to the university website for details.
- A wide selection of accommodation is available either in Manchester Metropolitan University halls or through accredited private providers registered with Manchester Student Homes, a free university-run housing service for students. Most accommodation is within a short walk of the main academic and student buildings.
- University halls accommodation comprises 11 halls of residence; seven are university-owned or leased halls, and four are partnership halls. Over 60% of rooms are en-suite.
- There are a number of accessible rooms for students with mobility difficulties, in addition to rooms specially adapted for students with sensory impairments.
|Self-Catered||from £109 to £211 per week|
The costs above are for the academic year 2018/19
- Manchester provides diverse opportunities – it's a hotbed of culture, a creative hub for the media, a home for engineering and scientific discovery, and fertile ground for business growth and new ventures.
- There's a cosmopolitan mix of communities and cultures in the city; each district has its own character. The city centre is compact enough to cover on foot, circled by suburban districts connected by a handy tram and bus network.
Nightlife and Culture
- Throughout the year, festivals and events feature across Manchester's calendar including the biennial Manchester International Festival, the largest 10k run in Europe and extensive Christmas markets.
- The city is also renowned for its thriving cultural scene, with over 75 museums and galleries to explore across Greater Manchester.
- One of the country's best shopping destinations, there's everything from high-end retail to boutiques, markets, and high street brands. Not to mention the Northern Quarter's independent vintage stores.
- Sport is part of Manchester's DNA, a feature of the city's history, character, and economy. It is renowned as a capital of football, being home to both Manchester City and Manchester United, plus the UK's National Football Museum.
- The campus is located on Oxford Road and extends back into the community of Hulme. The city centre is never more than 15 minutes' walk away.
- The campus is close to the city's railway stations, Metrolink tram routes, and major motorway networks.
- Manchester International Airport is just 10 miles (16 km) south of Manchester city centre, with fast and frequent rail and tram links to the city.