Whether you’re new to University, or returning to campus, now seems a good time to put together a handy list of some of the key services you’re going to need this year. Click on each link to find out more:
Library : More than books, although we have plenty of those too. Our Library services are here to support you throughout your studies in lots of ways:
- access to resources like books, journals and databases
- training to help you develop your study skills
- spaces to study if you’re on campus
- help and support, including IT support
IT Services – find out about Wi-Fi, free Microsoft Office software, tech support and more
Sport – get active, keep fit, join a gym, try a new sport or get involved in a Halls team. Whatever kind of sport, exercise or fitness you’re into, or want to try, you’ll be able to find something to get involved in.
The Careers Service – It’s never too early, or late to access the careers service and find out how they can help you with your future plans. Take a look at this introductory videos to get you started:
Student Support – We know that as well as being enjoyable, student life can sometimes feel overwhelming, but we want you to know that there is lots of support available.
Disability Advisory & Support Service – We offer lots of support and advice throughout your time at the University of Manchester and we want to help you succeed – in your studies, work, and the rest of your University experience.
The best place to start if you’re unsure where to get help is the Student Support website. On there you’ll find help for most queries relating to your student life, including advice for common student worries, where to find support and money information.
Whatever this year brings, we’re here to help.