Our journey to amazing began almost 200 years ago, with our history tracing back to the very start of Sunday school education and the foundation of St. John’s Sunday School in Manchester.
We offer programmes for unemployed people and those not in education, employment or training (NEET), and through the school leavers award we provide financial support for some young people. Our priority skills programmes ensure that learners achieve the skills required to progress into employment.
Members of our Careers, Employability & Welfare Team are based on every campus and can offer help and support on many topics including:
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The college Student Experience Support Workers (SESW) are based on every campus and are there to support learners through their time at college. If they are having difficulties in or out of college, the SESW provide a high level of support through one to ones and relevant referrals to external agencies. The SESW team also provide safeguarding support when needed. You can find out more information on our Student Support pages.
Libraries are the place to go for:
We have partnered with the addiction treatment experts at UKAT. They provide detailed information, signs and symptoms, coping strategies and treatment options across for all types of addictions, from eating disorders, cannabis, alcohol and cocaine misuse through to how to help someone struggling with gaming, gambling and overusing the internet or social media.
Whatever your age or course, we can help advise you on accommodation in the city. The Manchester College does not have it’s own accommodation, but our partnership with Manchester Student Homes can help you find somewhere to live in the area and provide you with support if you any issues after moving in.
The College holds Investors in People (IiP) Silver accreditation. Investors in People is a framework for business improvement through people.
I really liked that every year the university and each course kept expanding and getting better. I also appreciated the help of the team and tutors and there very personal and human approach. However I would appreciate higher demands on discipline and professional approach to bring all the necessary skills to the top and use all the time in and out the campus to its...
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I really liked the sense of community within the course and the support received from The Manchester College in regards to mental health, course subject support and financial support.