Send Michael to Myrtle!

Staff and students at The Manchester College are working together to raise money to send student, Michael Weir, to a family retreat for people with Apert Syndrome.

Michael, 18, studies at our Openshaw Campus and was named a Child ...
Michael Weir


Students to transform empty properties into new homes for armed forces veterans

Construction students from The Manchester College will help to convert 25 empty houses in east Manchester into homes for armed forces veterans.

Manchester City Council, the BBC’s DIY SOS Big Build project, Walking With The ...
Construction students


Pupils’ marketing campaign ‘Tells Us’ what they want from Apprenticeships

Pupils from Manchester Academy have won The Manchester College’s ‘You Tell Us’ competition to develop an original marketing campaign about Apprenticeships in the thriving creative and digital industries.

Over the last two months ...
The winning Manchester Academy pupils with Marina Bowden


The Manchester College answers hot science questions for Sky News

Students at The Manchester College were interviewed live on Sky News today, for a piece about the difference in boys’ and girls’ performance in science.

Sky News filmed one of our A level science classes and talked to students ...
Student interviewed live for Sky News


Mr Bloom visits Geodome at Wythenshawe Campus

Mr Bloom from CBeebies was at the ‘Geodome’ last week to meet the Wythenshawe Community Housing Group’s Real Food Team and pupils from Haveley Hey Primary School.

The children's television presenter played by Ben Faulks is a ...
Mr Bloom visits the Geodome in Wythenshawe


Careers advisors are well-prepared after college information day

The Manchester College held an information day for careers advisors and heads of careers in Greater Manchester. Over forty attendees from schools and organisations across the region enjoyed seeing the College ‘in the flesh’ and ...

Performing arts demonstration