Studying in the UK

Find out more about the range of services available to support your learning whilst studying at Manchester Met.

It is important that you make the most of your time while on your course, so make sure you find out as much information as you can before you start studying. Here are just a few things you will have access to at Manchester Met.

Coaching for Academic English

To make the most of your time here at Manchester Met, you need good English language skills. An ability to communicate freely in English will give you a major advantage in all aspects of life – and make studying easier.

Coaching for Academic English provides free English classes for international students in every faculty during the autumn and spring terms, with all classes taught by qualified and experienced tutors. We focus on the skills needed for good quality academic writing, listening, reading, and speaking.

For further details about free English language classes, visit the Coaching for Academic English website.

Faculty Student Support Officers

At Manchester Met, we have a student support officer based in each faculty. This officer is available throughout the year to provide advice and guidance on any aspect of University life, including finding your way around campus and Manchester, presentation skills, exam tips and dealing with stress.

Please see our Student Support Officer page for contacts within each faculty.

Students with Disabilities

Manchester Met is committed to providing equal opportunities in education for all students. We will work with disabled candidates to help them access our programmes and overcome any substantial disadvantage that they may encounter as a result of their disability. If you have a disability please bring medical information with you, translated if not in English, to support your Personal Learning Plan here.

Please see our Disability Service website for full details.

Learning Styles in the UK

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