A world-class estate for a world-class university
We strive for excellence – not only in teaching, learning and research, but in the environment we provide for our exceptional people. That’s why we’re investing £1 billion over ten years to create an inspiring and progressive environment, designed for the 21st century.
On completion of the Campus Masterplan, The University of Manchester will be a world-class university with a world-class estate to match. It will boast an urban campus at the heart of a vibrant city, which nurtures excellence and creativity, reflecting our history of achievement and looking forward to a prosperous future.
This new extension will help improve the student experience, diversify recruitment, enhance transferable skills and increase student employability.
This ambitious project will transform the way we educate future engineers in response to the needs of the fast-changing global economy.
Since its redevelopment The Whitworth has been awarded a RIBA National Award and the Museum of the Year award.
Nexus of radio astronomy opens at world heritage site
A new global hub for astrophysics, known as the Square Kilometre Array Global Headquarters, has opened in the grounds of Jodrell Bank Observatory.
Manchester’s newest park opens
Brunswick Park has opened as the University's newest and largest green space on campus, located just off Oxford Road.
University unveils plans for parkland
The University has unveiled plans to create a parkland at the heart of its campus to benefit staff, students, visitors and the local community.
Bringing the GEIC to life
How the inside of the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) will look can be revealed for the first time.
WATCH: The Precinct bridge being demolished in fifty seconds
The demolition of the University Precinct bridge during August has been condensed into a 50-second time lapse video.
The Whitworth wins public vote in BBC website ballot
New extension to 'gallery in the park' up for major architecture prize.
Schuster Annexe proposals
The proposals for the new extension to the physics and astronomy Schuster Building have been revealed.