Dentistry (taught master's)
We're looking forward to welcoming you to Manchester to start your postgraduate degree with us.
We know you'll have lots of questions about preparing for your studies and what will happen once the semester starts. We'll be in touch with you about what you need to know closer to the start of the year.
This includes an email that we will send to you when you need to complete online introductory courses in areas such as health and safety as part of your induction programme. You can also look out for these courses when they are added to Blackboard, our online learning platform, after you have registered as a student.
In the meantime, you can take a look at general information about getting ready to come to Manchester at the links below.
Welcome and induction events
You will be contacted by your programme team about Welcome and induction events specific to your course.
University-level Welcome events can be found in the What's on section. Please ensure that any events you book onto do not clash with any course-specific Welcome and induction events.
Welcome messages to new students
Information for new students
See important information on registering as a student, finance, accommodation and more.
Academic Success Programme
Learn about academic English workshops to help you with your studies, whatever your first language is.
Learn about Academic Advisors and the support they can provide throughout your studies.
From events and course reps to campaigns for change, discover how the Students' Union can play a key role in your university experience.
Online learning guide
Where to find information on tools and resources for learning online.
Online services induction
A guide to online learning software, information and services from the Faculty eLearning team.
Health and wellbeing
We know that health and safety is an important consideration ahead of starting university, or returning to campus, especially in current circumstances.
Library essential skills
The Library offers a variety of training and skills resources to support your studies and research.
Careers events and guidance
It's never too early to begin careers planning with the help of information and events from the Careers Service.
Information on recommended equipment and technical specifications for online learning.