Manchester Metropolitan University, abbreviated as MMU, is a public university in Manchester, England. It was established in 1824 as Manchester Mechanics’ Institute and was granted full-fledged university status in 1992. MMU operates from two main campuses and is listed among the largest universities in Europe in terms of enrollment. The university’s main campus includes the All Saint’s library, high-tech classrooms, the Holden Gallery, and other recreational infrastructures. MMU admits 38000 students in total, and its study abroad intake is 3000 international students from 144 countries. The university comprises 13 residence halls with an expected accommodation cost of EUR 109 per week. MMU has numerous academic faculties that offer undergraduate and postgraduate courses in 40 subject areas like engineering, sciences, education, etc. The university comprises 13 research centers and is ranked fourth within new universities attracting research funds through the Higher Education Funding Council for England. Likewise, MMU is home to multiple sports teams and student societies. Some of the notable alumni of Manchester Metropolitan University are Natalie Pike, Sarah Burton, and Ian Clark.
THE World University Rankings 601-800th in World University Rankings 2021 151-200th in Young University Rankings 2020
On-campus and off-campus residence
|Avg Cost of Tuition/year||£18000|
|Cost of Living/year||£ 4788|