Master’s teaching and learning
As a master's student at Manchester, you'll get access to excellent teaching and the very best learning environments.
Excellent research community
Join our community and learn from leading academics and scholars who are international experts in their respective fields. We are recognised as a global powerhouse of research, with 93% of the University's research activity assessed as 'world-leading' or 'internationally excellent' in the Research Excellence Framework (REF), 2021.
Our University College for Interdisciplinary Learning provides an opportunity to study something completely new as part of your degree – helping you make the most of your master’s programme and meet people from different disciplines.
Blended and flexible learning
We use a variety of teaching techniques in our master’s courses, from traditional laboratory-based work, lectures and seminars to e-learning. Our wealth of facilities, including multimillion-pound investments in buildings and one of the best-resourced academic libraries in the country, will give you the flexibility to make the most of your postgraduate studies.
Guided by our Flexible Learning Programme, we are implementing new ways of working to support and prepare you for a more hybrid future, one demanding agility and digital expertise. We are making education accessible to all – and introducing new modes of delivery to make it happen.
Tailored careers support
You'll have the opportunity to develop skills and gain experience beyond your master's that will help you in your future career, such as with our Careers Service, which has a range of support from help with interviews to careers drop-in advice sessions.
Learn more about our libraries, IT facilities and how we're investing in our campus.
We provide a flexible and blended learning environment with a mix of digital and on-campus work.