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Apply now for the Undergraduate Awards!

The Undergraduate Awards – known as the Junior Nobel Prize – is now open for submissions. If you think you’ve got what it takes to win an award, check out the criteria and apply by 13 June 2017.

Celebrating the end of exams

Summer’s on the horizon and exams about to wrap up. You can soon breathe a big sigh of relief. This time to celebrate should be embraced for all the hard work you’ve done this year.

Have you got what it takes to be a Wellbeing Champion?

The Wellbeing Champions are a new role open to all students who have studied at the University for at least one academic year. The Champions will have the opportunity to develop and run a variety of fun events in their schools and across the university. These will be varied and could include comedy nights, drama workshops, science socials and online competitions.

Do your research and make your vote count!

Who should you vote for? It’s up to you to do some research. There’s so much information out there but to get an overview of where each of the parties stand on key issues the BBC have created a handy guide. There is also a link to all of the parties’ full manifestos.

Manchester International Festival big ticket giveaway

Are you around in the summer? The world renowned Manchester International Festival takes place from 29 June – 16 July and we’re lucky to have two tickets to give away for some of the performances. Good luck!

Save 10% on Bluedot Festival tickets

Get 10% off all Adult Day and Weekend tickets at Jodrell Bank’s award-winning annual festival of music, science, arts, culture and the exploration of space.

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Ramadan and Exams

The University acknowledges that at times there may be some overlap between periods of religious observance/celebrations and examinations. This year, Ramadan is scheduled to run from 27 May to 25 June and, as such, part of it will take place in the summer exam period, which runs from 18 May to 7 June.

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