Manchester Metropolitan University is proud to have over 300,000 alumni worldwide.
Since 1824, when the Manchester Mechanics’ Institution was established as a centre of Technology, Art and Design, a number of institutions were born and later merged to form Manchester Polytechnic. After being awarded University Status in 1992, these predecessor institutions all form part of our rich history that, in turn, created the University as we see it today. We welcome to the alumni community all former students who have completed a course of study at our predecessor and partner institutions.
Manchester Metropolitan University has over 300,000 alumni living across the world, with a further 10,000+ new graduates joining the community each year. Whether you completed your course of study this year or 50 years ago at one of our predecessor institutions, Manchester Met is proud to call you one of our alumni.
The graduates from Manchester Metropolitan University create a truly global network of individuals whose diverse careers, achievements and experiences have helped to shape the world we live in.
When you graduate from Manchester Metropolitan University, you automatically become a member of the alumni community, it is important to make sure that we have your up-to-date contact details though, so we can stay in touch.
As a graduate of Manchester Metropolitan University, we can support you if you are organising a reunion event. If you are at all interested in organising a reunion event with your former classmates, please let us know so we can see if we are able to help. Whether it's organising a campus tour for your group, or attempting to put you in touch with fellow alumni, we will help ensure you receive a warm welcome back to Manchester Metropolitan University!
Alumni and Development is also responsible for the University’s charitable giving. You can help to make a difference to the lives of our students and to the work and research of the University by supporting our priority projects.
Find out more about giving to Manchester Met