Academically: The quality of professors varies in my experience. Most of them are good, some are great and passionate, while a few are not good at all. Regardless of the lecturers, all the courses overall give you a lot of knowledge if you actually study and understand the material.
Student life: Definitely advise students to join at least two societies (one related to their course e.g. formula student and one to enjoy) as that is what makes the student experience great and the university has a large number of societies.
Careers: The university has an amazing careers service team which helps you with CVs, cover letters, interviews etc. so make sure to get in touch with them to help you find internships and jobs. The university also holds some big careers fair so make sure to visit them.
Accommodation: Apply early and research well which halls would suit you best as they can vary from being good to depressing but other than that just hope to have good flatmates.View more
The student life is the main selling point of Manchester. As the university with the most students in the UK, this is a place for anyone to find their niche and develop themselves. The teaching is very good in my opinion, with increadible facilities for the engineering school, including fully equipped workshops for teaching and extra curricular activities.View more
The university of Manchester has a great careers service and academic advisory team that aids students in finding the most suitable career path in their field of study and helps immensely in applying for internships. The Careers service also runs very helpful and insightful CV workshops that have helped me refine my CV to a more professional standard.View more
Good university in terms of community
Podcast and lecture quality needs to be worked on to boost student satisfaction. Some lecturers need to improve the content and clarity of their lectures. Temporary lecturers should be more well trained.
University of Manchester boasts a welcoming atmosphere and is home to a wide variety of people from all sorts of backgrounds and cultures, making it a stellar option for anyone who enjoys socialising and learning. There is a very wide variety of course options, owing to many prospective career paths and choices. This makes the university of Manchester one of the top establishments and should be heavily considered when applying for university.View more
Manchester have put a lot of work into making the university, safely and easily, accessible by bike. A cheap and environmentally friendly method of transport. Restricting Oxford Road to buses and taxis has made main campus safer, the air cleaner, and again making cycling easier.View more
In Manchester, they provide a superb facilities and conducive environment to make our study much enjoyable. In advance, school of engineering in Manchester right now will be having a new building soon and this of course will make our study much interesting.View more
The university is top 5 in the UK and one of the oldest and prestigious universities. Diversity and mixed cultures in the university to broaden their social skills and experiences. With more than 300 student societies, you can find numerous like minded students.View more
Mechanical engineering makes you a critical thinker and enables you to question everything you are taught in order to gain an understanding. It’s helps the student to look into detail of the little things that go on around us, identify problems and find solutions.View more
The campus and facilities are excellent, with learning spaces all around the campus. The free 147 Bus is always helpful when you need to travel across the campus. Lots of career advice and student support is available. The courses are great with lots of support material provided for all topics. The city life is ideal for students with many activities in the afternoons and over the weekends.View more