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The University of Manchester is part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities, with outstanding facilities and the widest range of courses. The University of Manchester are highly respected across the globe as a centre of teaching excellence and innovative research.

With 25 Nobel prize winners among current and former staff and students, the university has a history of world firsts and discoveries, from splitting the atom to giving the world graphene.

The university is on course to achieve a goal of becoming one of the top 25 research universities in the world by the year end 2020.

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Contact Number:

0161 306 6000

Head Office Address:
The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL
Course Details
Number of Courses:

4

Type of Courses:

Postgraduate; BA (Hons)

Key Course Titles:

BA (Hons) Fashion Management
BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing
BA (Hons) Fashion Technology
BA (Hons) Fashion Buying & Merchandise

Course Fees:

UK fees:
£9,250 per year

International fees:
£24,000 per year

Course Information
Press Office Phone Number: 0161 275 2111
Press Office Email: michael.addelman@manchester.ac.uk
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