At Manchester, our global strategic partnerships and collaborations bring innovation to businesses, and insight to institutions and create an unforgettable experience for those who study with us.
We’re proud to be among the world’s top 50 universities and one of the world's leading universities for social and environmental impact in the THE Impact Rankings.
As England's first and most eminent civic universities, we draw our pioneering and innovative spirit from a city that was at the heart of the Industrial Revolution.
Now, with a multicultural campus, four global centres and a research portfolio tackling some of the biggest questions facing the planet, we're well-positioned to continue to thrive in an increasingly international sector.
Our global influence
Find out more about our international collaborations, partnerships and centres.
Discover our global, pioneering collaborations with key partnerships in Melbourne, Toronto and Hong Kong.
We have four global centres that offer a diverse portfolio of distance and blended learning programmes.
Find out about our pioneering global collaborations with Africa, China, India and North America.
We welcome one of the largest international student populations in the UK to our University each year.
The global impact of our research
Find out how we're setting worldwide standards for emergency medical teams and creating more effective treatments for anxiety and depression.
Creating effective treatments for anxiety and depression
We've developed a more effective mental health therapy that is practiced worldwide.
Setting worldwide standards for emergency medical teams
Our research has created international standards to ensure high levels of care in disaster contexts.
Solving health, equality and sustainability challenges
Learn how our research is creating a healthier, fairer and greener world.
Learn more about the benefits of partnering with us and get in touch with our Business Engagement Team.
Partner with us
Whether you're a researcher or a business, find out how we can partner together.
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Our knowledge benefits all kinds of organisations, from multinationals to local SMEs.
Manchester alumni named in India's top 75 young achievers
Four University of Manchester alumni have been honoured for their achievements as Indian citizens who have found success following academic careers in the UK.
Manchester-India relationship continues to gather momentum
Our university’s strong relationship with India has taken another step forward, with two high level delegations on campus in January.
Manchester and Khalifa University form graphene partnership
The historic agreement will see the universities tackle some of the globe’s biggest challenges by accelerating graphene research and innovation.
Manchester's Randa Bessiso named one of the most influential Arabs in 2022
Founding director of The University's Middle East Centre in Dubai, Randa Bessiso, has been included in the list of Most Influential Arabs 2022, published the Arabian Business magazine.
Manchester-Melbourne-Toronto alliance agrees new funding
The Universities of Manchester, Melbourne and Toronto have announced new funding to develop research projects and establish a new International Centre for Translational Digital Health.
Manchester-Melbourne partnership awards funding to AMBS
Funding has been awarded to Alliance Manchester Business School projects by the Manchester-Melbourne research partnership to extend research links between the universities.
Manchester, Melbourne and Toronto in university alliance
The post-COVID collaboration will provide world-class opportunities for our researchers and students, says Dame Nancy Rothwell.
Developing low cost Molnupiravir
The University has received Gates Foundation funding to develop a low cost manufacturing route to Molnupiravir to widen access to lower-income countries.
Youngest ever lavas dated from the Moon
Manchester researchers have been involved in an international collaboration to analyse the age and history of some of the Moon’s youngest lava flows.
Ecology and Evolution Seminar “Single Molecule Fluorescence and its Applications to Biology and Biomedicine”
10 November 2023, 2pm
We are delighted to welcome Professor Sir David Klenerman as in-person speaker at the Ecology and Evolution seminar series. Biography: David Klenerman is a physical chemist who g..