The University of Manchester is part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities, with outstanding facilities and the widest range of courses. We pride ourselves to be the International powerhouse for FinTech research and teaching. The Alliance Manchester Business School offers interactive 3D visualisation of data with our new large-scale facility, the Data Visualisation Observatory, which is the first of its kind in the UK. With 25 Nobel prize winners among the current and former staff and students, the University has a history of world firsts and brilliant discoveries, from splitting the atom to giving the world graphene.
The University of Manchester East Asia campus, has been established in Hong Kong for nearly 30 years, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of The University of Manchester. We are the only overseas university to have a centre with its own teaching facilities and staffs in Hong Kong to offer immediate support to students from the East Asia Region (including Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, South China and Macau).
Location: 33/F, Lee Garden One, 33 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
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A 100% owned subsidiary of The University of Manchester, the Southeast Asia Centre established its presence in Singapore since 1992, running tailored and flexible postgraduate programmes for working professionals from diverse backgrounds across the region (including Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam).
Located at 80RR Fintech Hub in the heart of Singapore’s central business district, our Southeast Asia Centre provides students the opportunity to immerse themselves in one of the world’s most cosmopolitan business and financial environments.
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The University of Manchester is one of UK’s leading providers of online, blended, and transnational education (OBT). The university has been offering flexible learning for over 25 years and has an established reputation for postgraduate courses, especially in the areas of health, social sciences, and management education. The University of Manchester has an extensive global reach through its International Centres in Dubai, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore. These global hubs provide learners with an inspiring space to study and collaborate through workshops, networking events, enabling learners studying online courses to benefit from a highly interactive and personalised learning experience. These physical centres support students learning by combining face-to-face and digital activities. They help to continually grow our global network of almost 500,000 alumni across 190 countries.