We have many cultural assets in and around the university that are available to all students, including one of the largest university libraries in the country.
The School is also home to the University Language Centre, where multimedia language learning resources are available for use by students and staff.
As a student at Manchester, you can look forward to improved cultural facilities thanks to a grant of more than £4 million for the Manchester Museum for new exhibition space, the north of England's first South Asian gallery and an extended and more ambitious programme of activities.
Our cultural assets
Visit one of the world's finest collections of rare books and manuscripts.
Discover one of the largest university libraries in the country.
Discover more about the art gallery in the park and take a look at the must-see highlights.
Find out what's on at the Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama and plan your visit.
Find out more about the collections from the natural world and different cultures.
Explore our open access library specialising in the study of race, ethnicity and migration.
Collaboration and partnerships
Imperial War Museum North
This museum explores the impact of modern conflicts on people and society.
The People's History Museum
Former Edwardian pumping station housing displays on local and national working-class life.
Contact is Manchester, England's innovative performance venue, and multi-disciplinary arts centre.
Salford City Council
The City of Salford is a city and metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester, England.
International Federation of the Red Cross
Worldwide humanitarian organization providing assistance without discrimination.
News, information and comment gathered from the mass media around the world for service subscribers.
More University of Manchester cultural assets
Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre
Home of the world's third-largest steerable radio telescope & the e-MERLIN National Facility.
The Tabley House Collection is housed in the finest Palladian mansion in Cheshire.
The estate was home to the Leicester family for 700 years, until the mid-1970's.
Their legacy includes some of the finest art, furniture and books, as well as a fascinating family history.
More cultural institutes and partnerships
The School has fostered very strong links with cultural delegations based in Manchester such as:
The School is also host to:
We also foster a number of key collaborative relationships with prestigious international institutions, including: