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.
Exploring Manchester (and North West England) in the Summer
Zsófi, our current undergraduate student in the Faculty of Humanities, talks about her favourite places to visit in the summer.
My experience with societies as a postgraduate student!
Find out why Yash recommends that postgraduate students should join a society at Manchester, and learn more about MUTIS!
How to start your own business in two (and a little more) days
Manya, MSc Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship student, talks through her student journey and experience of opening a start-up.
Mancunian Life in the Sunshine (and the Occasional Showers)
Amanda, final year BSc Educational Psychology student, explores Manchester in the summer and why she chose to study at UoM.
How I Chose the Right University for Me
Lydia, current MSc International Development student, will take us through her journey in selecting the best university for her postgraduate studies.
How to prepare for studying BSc Accounting at The University of Manchester
A final-year accounting student will share with you the steps to prepare yourself for studying BSc Accounting at Alliance Manchester Business School.
Life as an Undergraduate Education Student
Akiko, BSc Education student, takes us through her weekly schedule at The University of Manchester and experience of studying here as an international student from Japan.
Exploring the Continent: From Manchester to Europe
With so many options from Manchester and the UK available, it is easy to plan a trip to Europe and explore all that the continent has to offer.
How your social life can enrich your time at Manchester
Lydia, current MSc International Development student, shares her thoughts on importance of developing social skills and building network.
A Week in Life of a Third Year Architecture Student at the MSA
Rana, a final year Architecture student, shares her typical weekly schedule at the university.