In March each year, the Accommodation Office hosts an Open House when each of the University’s undergraduate halls of residence is open to prospective students and their families. An informal day, it provides an opportunity for you to visit as many or as few of the halls as you wish, get a sense of their location, view facilities and study bedrooms, and chat with current residents. A free shuttle bus service is available to transport you between the three accommodation campuses.
In 2013 Open House will take place on Sunday, 17th March between 10.00am and 4.00pmOPEN HOUSE BROCHURE TO DOWNLOAD however we will have copies on the day to pick up.
Prospective students are welcome to visit any of the University's halls throughout the year but you are advised to make prior appointments as occasionally staff may not be available to offer assistance or halls may be closed to visitors temporarily. Contact details of each hall can be found on their individual hall website. High quality videos featuring current residents and illustrating various aspects of life in halls can also be accessed in the Hall Life section of this website, including information on social life, pastoral care, types of facilities (catered/self-catered, en-suite/shared), locations etc.
Whenever you choose to visit The University of Manchester, there are a number of places you can stay. Book the University's very own 3 star AA, Chancellors Hotel and Conference Centre. Chancellors, is situated within five acres of landscaped gardens in the heart Fallowfield Campus and has FREE onsite car parking. Book online here or call 0161 907 7414 for more details. Parent Bed and Full English Breakfast Rates available from £49.00.
There is also a large number of hotels and hostels unaffiliated with the University of Manchester in the menu on the left but please note that Inclusion on the list does not constitute a recommendation of a hotel by The University of Manchester and whilst every care has been taken to ensure that the information is accurate, the Accommodation Office and The University of Manchester cannot accept any responsibility in respect of any errors which may occur.
For further details on places to stay in Manchester, please check with the tourist information website. Alternatively, visit here for local bed and breakfast information.
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