Why is research important?
We can solve global issues by working together.
We learn more by sharing ideas and knowledge.
Good health is a global right. Our research addresses this.
Community engagement is key to change.
Autism research: transforming lives globally
Learn about a major research project to adapt interventions for autism for families in south Asia.
The University of Manchester has been educating and delivering innovative research for 200 years.
1 in 5
Our research takes place in one in five countries globally.
We have over 160 master's and PhD programmes.
Over 150 researchers are working at the University within biology, medicine and health to address global issues.
How can I get involved?
Study for a master's
Develop skills, knowledge and experiences that will stretch, challenge and inspire you by studying for a master's degree.
Through your studies, you'll help to improve healthcare around the world.
Study for a PhD
Study for a PhD at Manchester and become part of a research community that addresses health inequalities across the globe.
You can contribute through the fields of discovery science, translational, clinical or applied health research.
Discover more about your subject
Our subject area pages contain lots of information about the biological, medical and health sciences.
Browse courses and programmes, and read more about what our current students think about their studies.