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          Helping you find a career in Manchester

          Manchester is a large city set in the north west of England, rooted in industrial trade and has a population of 2.8 million. It is surrounded by the beautiful Cheshire Plain and the Pennines. It is a busy and exciting city, perfect for a postgraduate to live and work in.

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          Transport links

          There is a detailed regular Tram network throughout Manchester, offering rail and bus interchanges.

          Manchester Airport offers vast international links and is easily accessible by the tram, train, car or bus/coach. The journey from Manchester Piccadilly to the Airport is only 20 minutes, with services running every 10 minutes, 7 days a week.

          Trains to the north and south of the UK run from Manchester Piccadilly via various routes including Northern rail, Arriva Trains Wales, CrossCountry, East Midlands trains, TransPennine Express, Virgin Trains.

          There are numerous Bus services running throughout the city including some night routes.

          The city also offers a free Metroshuttle service between the main rail stations, car parks, businesses and shopping centres.

          Renting Prices

          The average rent for a one bedroom property in Manchester is £715 per calendar month (pcm).

          The average rent for a room in a property is £713 pcm, the average rent for a flat is £933, and for a house is £1,185 pcm.


          Manchester is a massive student city with over 85,000 students. As a result the nightlife is booming with different areas catering to different tastes. Their live music venues include a vast range of styles from jazz to pop to classical. The O2 Ritz also offers a list of famous performances. Varieties of food and drink are also abundant in Manchester and why not couple it with a trip to the Manchester Palace Theatre, which hosts touring shows from London.

          Notable Attractions

          Manchester is known both for its historical culture as well as its pioneering industry. It is home to Manchester United and City football clubs, drawing a huge fan base. The beautiful Manchester Cathedral and squares also offer historical architecture and tourism to all its visitors. Manchester is also surrounded by many beautiful parks and walks in the aforementioned Cheshire Plain and the Pennines.

          The economy in Manchester

          Manchester covers four other metropolitan areas; Trafford, Stockport, Salford, Tameside. This area had a GVA of £34.8 billion. The area is home to many media head offices such as BBC and so draws money from this and offers local opportunities. The city owns two of the UK's busiest airports and pours the money earned back into its own city.

          Education Institutions in Manchester

          The University of Manchester
          Manchester Metropolitan University
          Manchester International College