Politics (Taught master's)
Welcome for taught master's students will begin on Monday, 12 September 2022.
Welcome is over two weeks – 12-16 September at the University level, and 19-23 September at the course level.
You should frequently check your University email address for the latest information and Zoom links.
For any information you may need before arriving in your first week, read through your course pre-arrival email and our Get ready pages.
Your programme administrator will inform you by email about course unit selection before Welcome.
Support and advice
There are lots of people on hand to support you throughout your time in Manchester and you will meet many of them in Welcome.
These people are part of your support network so if you need help just ask.
Any queries regarding your course will be answered during induction week.
If you have an admissions enquiry about your course please email email@example.com.
If you have a query about your course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For practical information on life as an international student at The University of Manchester, visit the following pages:
For all students planning to travel to the UK, it is important to be aware of the current rules and requirements relevant to your circumstances before travelling. The situation is changing on a regular basis, so we strongly advise you regularly check the advice available from the UK Government. There is also support available and useful information on the EU and international students FAQs page.
The University offers a range of support for students from backgrounds and communities currently under-represented in higher education:
- Financial support packages for UK students from low-income households
- Tailored support for specific communities, eg care experienced students, estranged students, commuter students and disabled students
- 93% Club is a student-led society focusing on social mobility and improving university experiences for state-school students
Our students offer insights on their experiences at The University of Manchester in the resources below.