Blog posts written by students, alumni and researchers from
the Faculty of Humanities at The University of Manchester.
The Faculty of Humanities blog is a place for students, alumni and researchers to share their experiences/stories of studying, working, and teaching within the biggest faculty at The University of Manchester.
We hope that through these blog posts, prospective students will get a flavour for what life is like as a student within The Faculty of Humanities and that our alumni will inspire you to reach your goals.
Academics are on hand too, offering a simplified look at the ground-breaking research that’s currently taking place here as well as providing key information on our wide range of courses, from Archaeology to Politics and beyond.
Why Manchester? Hear the different reasons our students have for studying with us in the Faculty of Humanities
Every student will have their own motivation to why they chose to study here. The decision on where to undertake an undergraduate degree is a major milestone in life and, here, we wanted to collect our student opinions both from our home and international community on...
Ruiqi shares her top tips when studying Planning and Real Estate here at the University.
Yibin shares a typical week in his life as a Management, Leadership and Leisure student here at the University.
Rhea discusses how her Geography degree has opened doors for her and how the Department of Geography at Manchester supported her.
Rebekah graduated with an undergraduate degree from Manchester and decided to stay on to do a postgraduate course due to several graduate perks.
Kyna shares with us a typical day for her as an Educational Psychology student here at Manchester.
Rebekah shares with us her experience of the application process for studying abroad in Arizona!
As an international student himself, Taiyo shares some advice for new international students coming to Manchester.
Sophie shares with us what a typical week in her life as a Geography student is like.
Christina discusses the different reasons she thinks students would benefit from when joining a Society!