Located in the North West of the United Kingdom
Manchester Has a unpredictable climate like most areas of the UK, expect four season in one day. Summers can be amazing with long sunny days and the city embracing the weather in outdoor bars and the amazing parks. Winters can be prolonged and wet.
More then 3.6 million inhabitants
Liverpool; Sheffield; Leeds; Birmingham; Londres
Manchester is a buzzing city in the north-west of England. The urban sprawl of Manchester has about 3.6 million inhabitants, which includes other towns and areas in the county, and is called Greater Manchester. The city is an industrial, economic center, and many companies have administrative headquarters in the city center.
Manchester is an incredibly welcoming, accessible and multicultural city and provides an ideal base for your time studying in the UK. When you factor in Manchester was recently voted the best city to live in the UK for two consecutive years just shows how amazing this place is. Manchester is blessed with an incredible
live music scene similar to that of Liverpool so most nights you can find great pubs and live music venues to suit all genres. If you are a foodie Manchester has great dining out options to suit all tastes and budgets. The northern towns in England are also more affordable then the bigger cities in the South so going out to eat, drink and general day to day living costs are considerably lower. Recent times has seen Manchester become a mecca for the Arts and Galleries and museums are second to none, such as the museuem of Science and the People’s history museum are two great examples.
The location and accessibility of Manchester is amazing with great links between Europe via the International Airport and within one hour you can be in some of England’s best Northern cities such as Liverpool and Leeds. For those International students that enjoy the outdoors Manchester is the gateway for the Lake District and you will find some of the finest hiking, camping and beautiful scenery just a short bus or train ride away.
If you study in Manchester you will undoubtledly get sucked into the passion for football and you will have to make a decision to support the red or blue side (Manchester United or Manchester City). The football is a huge part of the culture and life in Manchester.
Manchester is the home of two large Universities and multiple private schools and colleges teaching vocational and general English courses so it is a very young city which really adds to the attraction of this great city.
If you are looking for a study abroad programme in the UK in a vibrant, bustling welcoming city that is packed full of attractions and fun things to do then Mnachester could be the ideal location for you.
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