- 6 Courses
- Public Institution Type
We offer programmes for unemployed people and those not in education, employment or training (NEET), and through the school leavers award we provide financial support for some young people. Our priority skills programmes ensure that learners achieve the skills required to progress into employment.
We are one of the largest organisations of our kind in Europe. We have around 5,000 employees working across more than 20 locations providing learning and skills to over 80,000 learners and 3,000 employers across the UK.
Our student support teams are here to advise you on issues inside and outside college.
The international office are here to advise and support you as an international student at The Manchester College.
Manchester is home to over 100,000 students which means there is no shortage of options when it comes to student accommodation. The Manchester College does not have its own accommodation nor does it provide homestay directly but we can refer you to suitable providers of accommodation and accommodation advice.
The Manchester College work with two accommodation providers:
Libraries are the place to go for:
You can receive emergency medical treatment at any time.
Students who will be on courses longer than six months should register with a GP as soon as possible after arrival.
The Emergency Services (Police, Ambulance, Fire Service) can be contacted by calling 999. This number should only be used in an emergency.
The Manchester College is based at many sites across Manchester. We have campuses in the north, south and centre of the city. Each site has its own specialist, cutting edge facilities and a friendly, supportive atmosphere.
The College holds Investors in People (IiP) Silver accreditation. Investors in People is a framework for business improvement through people.