Reviews

Anonymous

Manchester metropolitan university is in the central of Manchester where everything is available from food shops, shopping and nights out and there’s people from different cultures and background and get to know different people and it’s good value for money

Anonymous

The city centre is quite small but there are many restaurants in the northern quarter. Also, there are many shops (clothes) but no pull and bear and no uniqlo.

Anonymous

Manchester is a great location for students. Plenty of interesting places to eat and drink, with most doing regular food offers.

Anonymous

Such a great location with so much to do. There is always something going on whatever you like to do with free buses around town and great nights out.

Sophia Constantinou

The location of manchesters universities are very close to the centre of town, so it makes it easy to walk everywhere whether you want a coffee or just a fee groceries. As for nightlife, again wherever you may ne staying there us a good variety of clubs whuch stay open until late.

Anonymous

Manchester is a nice city as it has everything a student needs from supermarkets to nights out and student facilities.

Anonymous

Decent. Would recommend for anyone. Suitable for all types and good value for money wherever you go.

Anonymous

Amazing city, literally everything a student could want, tonnes of societies, stuff to do and plenty of spaces to study (I'd avoid Ali G though because it gets rammed). Nightlife not as lit as it used to be but still really good...RIP Antwerp. Plenty of bars and pubs as well if you're into that. Deffo check out the Northern Quarter, its expensive but full of loads of cool places so well worth it. Despite the rep this uni isn't just for edgy hipsters, could not recommend it more.

Anonymous

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Anonymous

Coming from a fairly small town, the amount of things to do in Manchester is a little overwhelming. Put short the food is top, especially in Chinatown (The Great Wall being a recommendation) and the nights out are even better with lots of variety from the dozen or so music venues to the inclusive gay village which is a great night gay or straight. My only gripe with Manchester would be the price if you don't want to spend your nights in Spoons the drinks alone will quickly empty your pockets with many places having the cheek to charge over £4 for a pint, with some exceptions such as the union bar and such. So if you're cheap like me I'd strongly recommend getting pre's in before experiencing everything Manchester has to offer.

Anonymous

Transport is fantastic. Magic bosses all day for only £1.50. Can't comment on the nightlife. Heard it's very good. Shopping is superb. Eating out has the widest choice of restaraunts I've ever seen. Student rent is annoyingly high as it is everywhere. Entertainment: think of anything you'd like to do, you can do it in Manchester.

Anonymous

The bus links aren’t very good from opal gardens and therefore don’t go out much. The shopping Ian good in arndale and in the centre of Manchester. There is nothing to do around my location and only a little local shop

Anonymous

Lots of things to do in town loads of places to eat very good value for money. There is a whole area just for bars and restaurants I'm not loads of different cultures in Manchester

Anonymous

Apart from them crappy weather, the city is always vibrant. Full of students!! Good night outs if you like to party. Food from all over the world.

Anonymous

It is a big city with a rather small city centre. Everything is located in the city centre, including restaurants and shopping mall. Clubs are located mostly close to student accommodations or close to the main road. There are not many things that people can do here. Most people would recommend the football museum and stadium tour.

Anonymous

Manchester is a good place to go for uni. It's a nice city where there's all ways something to do from promotional student nights in nightclubs or even mini golf or bowling it's cheap enough to live here as long as u know the best places to shop my favourites are aldi and the pound shop. The tackaways are good and what ever ur cravin most of the time there's a placertain that will so what it is your after.

Anonymous

Good area, could do with a few more places to eat at a cheaper price. Overall good area, the people are nice also, good area to go shopping especially arndale because they have plenty of shops and places to eat. Not far from the university either so in your break you could go and do some shopping.

Anonymous

Sometimes food shopping gets expensive as Tesco is always around the corner but if you find a Lidl or Aldi then it's really cheap, overall the university is a fantastic place

Anonymous

I think Manchester is in a great location. It has great links to the peak district and close by to other cities such as Liverpool and Sheffield. Strong rail links with London and Edinburgh are something I have taken advantage of since living in Manchester. The city itself is very accessible although my only critism would be that the tram that Manchester boasts about doesnt go to student areas which is a great shame!

Sarah Kefyalew

Manchester is a great city! Like a mini London, it has the hipster bars, posh areas and student suburbs, more compact and easier to get round in. The uni is situated only a half hour walk from the city centre, allowing easier access. The main student areas are als on good bus routes and cycle lanes towards both the uni and town