When you think of Manchester, the first thing that comes to mind is Manchester United? Manchester City? So can the Manchester giants catch up with Arsenal, who is currently in first place in the English Premier League? Besides these two major football clubs, people might want to know what kind of city Manchester is. Read along to find out more! Manchester is the third-largest city in England. Although it is a big city, the transportation is very convenient, with the tram (Metrolink) being the main mode of transportation. The tram connects Manchester city centre and surrounding areas, including the airport, the dock area, Manchester United Stadium and Manchester City Stadium. In addition, when you visit Manchester city centre, you can also take the free Manchester bus! It's a lot of fun to travel around the city centre for free! Manchester also has good job opportunities and prospects. As the centre of the Northern England revitalization plan, it has attracted well-known companies from all over the world, including high-tech talents. Companies such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Deloitte and other large companies have chosen Manchester as their main office location.
Popular universities in Manchester:
One of the famous "red brick universities" in the UK, also one of the members of the Russell Group of universities. In the 2023 QS World University Rankings, it ranked 28th. Many students from all over the world also apply to the University of Manchester, making admission quite competitive. So students who are interested must apply as early as possible.
📍 Popular subjects: Economics, Sociology, Engineering
Located in Manchester city centre, the school's art and design subjects are outstanding. Its art college, Manchester School of Art, is the second oldest art college in the UK. The school has rich experience in educating international students, and Alexander McQueen's creative director Sarah Burton is an alumnus of MMU.
📍 Popular subjects: Graphic Design, Interior Design, Architecture
Just 5-10 minutes' drive from the city centre, University of Salford is well known for its media department. The school has a campus at MediaCityUK, a hub of media organisations, allowing students to enjoy world-class media facilities and opportunities to communicate with industry insiders, thus gaining practical experience in addition, the school's medical-related disciplines are also of high quality, including physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and nursing.
📍 Popular subjects: Media Studies, Physiotherapy
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