Whether you prefer student halls or a privately rented house, there’s plenty of options on offer, from rooms to townhouses, and much more.
Manchester Met offers apartments, environmentally sustainable eco-townhouses and en-suite rooms, as well as budget options. Their student accommodation is conveniently located, either on campus or nearby, so that you are close to the buildings you are taught in as well as the library, Students’ Union and a range of food outlets. All rooms come with free Wi-Fi, have access to a shared kitchen and laundry facilities and prices include insurance. All student rooms are in buildings with a 24-hour security presence, so that you can feel safe at home. Staff are on hand during the day to help students with queries, and all accommodation has a Residential Life team to provide support to you in the evenings and at weekends.
Manchester Met’s campus offers an environment where you can excel. Whether you’re there to progress professionally, develop specialist skills or conduct research, you’ll find the tools, expertise and support to make it happen.
The University has spent £350m creating an outstanding place to study and has committed a further £400m to continue to develop new facilities, buildings and public spaces. The result is not just a modern campus brimming with the latest industry-standard equipment, but also a collection of buildings designed with the environment in mind. As a result, Manchester Met is one of the top green universities in the UK on the People and Planet University League.
The 24-hour library offers the complete multi-media learning environment – with social spaces, silent study zones and the University’s Special Collections museum. It offers access to over 900,000 books, journals and e-books, as well as hundreds of PCs and study areas.