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University update

Temporary Blackboard 9 closure

Blackboard 9 will be temporarily unavailable from Thursday April 12th at 4pm until Sunday 15th April 2012 at 11.59pm.

Access to Muriel Stott Building

From Monday, 2 April to Thursday, 5 April the Muriel Stott building at the Main Library will be closed to all customers due to lighting maintenance.

Olympic roles beckon for students

University rower Graeme Thomas has emerged as a late contender for the London 2012 Olympics - while fellow student and athlete Blaire Hannan will carry the Olympic Flame.

Get involved

Computer pioneer Turing celebrated at Museum

Manchester Museum is celebrating the achievements of early computer pioneer Alan Turing - one of the University’s most renowned researchers - in a new exhibition.

Your studies

Make the most of the Easter Break

Use your study time effectively, take advantage of the support available and make sure you get the grades you deserve

Your student life

Coming soon: Swap your student card

If you are continuing your studies in Manchester from September 2012 onwards, it will soon be time to swap your existing student card for a new high-tech version.

University update

A great week for Manchester

This week Manchester students have shone (just like the sun), as champions and gold medal winners at BUCS as well as scooping the top prize in University Challenge

Hot topic

You told us - now we're telling you

Over 8,000 of you took the Student Barometer Survey, which has revealed what the University needs to do more of, and what it needs to improve.

Your studies

Postgrads – meet the Thesis Whisperer

Dr Inger Mewburn is the keynote speaker at this year’s GRADschool, a free annual event for Manchester’s postgraduate researchers across all disciplines.


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