The Library Service is supporting students to manage new types of learning and assessment. As well as online resources, students can book COVID-secure study spaces and attend online learning support, including study skills workshops and drop-in sessions.
*These provisions may change.
The University of Manchester Library is one of only five National Research Libraries.
The library has more than four million printed books, 50,000 e-journals and 800,000 e-books.
The Alan Gilbert Learning Commons is open 24/7.
A wide range of support and services are available to students, researchers, and academics.
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Inspirational cultural institutions at the university provide a universe of amazing ideas to explore, from the Whitworth and Manchester Museum, to the John Rylands Library and Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre.
Extra course units
The University College for Interdisciplinary Learning offers diverse course units that will count towards a student's degree.
A thriving area in the heart of campus with restaurants and shops including Blackwell's bookshop, a Co-op and Mowgli street food.
Training sessions are following Covid guidance. There is a focus on household sport activity instead of indoor sport. Decreased demand has led to a reduction in opening hours at some facilities (Sugden).
Focus is on virtual activity and online campaigns. Resource kits are given to students to support activity when programmes are required to stop. A household sport programme is being developed.
See a summary of sports and activities offered below, or search the Sports Table to discover which exercise and facilities are available at each university.