14th November 2018 | By Lewis Finney

Thieves want to steal your bike – here’s a handy guide to stopping them doing so

A spate of bicycle thefts on campus at Man Met has brought a warning from the university’s security team and police alike. Students and staff...


24th October 2018 | By nq_admin

Rugby League: ruthless display by Man Met sees off Salford in entertaining match

A dominant second-half performance ensured a first three points of the season for the MMU men’s rugby league team in a 52-28 victory over Salford. On a chilly afternoon at...

MMU Sport live broadcast

18th October 2018 | By Lewis Finney

Action from first live broadcast of MMU Sport fixtures at Platt Lane training ground

Yesterday, for the first time, MMU sports team’s fixtures were broadcast live to the public. The show was sent out live from Platt Lane Sports...


10th May 2018 | By Nadia Turki

Man Met student wins competition to visit Cannes Film Festival

A Manchester Metropolitan student has won a competition to receive a ticket to Cannes Film Festival. 23-year-old Cassandra Hyde who studies MA journalism, is the...


27th April 2018 | By nq_admin

What were those elephants around Man Met this week?

A student-led campaign to address sexual assault, harassment and consent at universities was showcased on Thursday. During a busy exam period, students at MMU have...


27th April 2018 | By Georgia Landi

Guy Garvey Elbows out opposition to become professor of pop at Man Met

Guy Garvey, lead singer of the English rock band Elbow, is to join Manchester Metropolitan University as a visiting professor of songwriting.  Garvey will offer masterclasses in music...


22nd February 2018 | By Sanaa Reddy

K-Pop takes centre stage at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang

The Winter Olympics at Pyeongchang in South Korea is the perfect opportunity for the country to display its popular music artists to the world. The...


22nd February 2018 | By Georgia Landi

LIVE: Reclaim The Night Manchester 2018

Tonight hundreds of students will take to the streets of Manchester and march in protest against female harassment in the Reclaim the Night march. Follow our live...


9th February 2018 | By nq_admin

Former Man Met student narrowly escapes death in Thailand holiday resort fire

  A former Manchester Metropolitan University student working abroad is lucky to be alive after a Bangkok hostel he was staying in caught on fire and...


6th February 2018 | By Kieran Hepworth

Munich 60 years on: How British sport changed

‘Munich 60 years on: How British sport changed’ is an evening exploring how the Munich air disaster changed the nature of sports journalism and the...


6th February 2018 | By Frances Richardson

Suffragist Ada Nield Chew remembered at Manchester performance marking the 100th anniversary of voting rights for women

Suffragist Ada Neild Chew made an appearance at Manchester Metropolitan University this morning in a pop-up protest marking the centenary of The Representation Of The...


30th January 2018 | By Kieran Hepworth

‘The seeds of Brexit were sown in Westminster’: Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham speaks to MMU journalism students

The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, joined Manchester Metropolitan University journalism students to discuss the Kerslake Review, media and politics. Burnham, whose first job...


30th January 2018 | By nq_admin

A conversation with Andy Burnham at Manchester Metropolitan University

Live Blog In conversation with Andy Burnham at Manchester Metropolitan University  


26th January 2018 | By nq_admin

New sports hall at MMU’s Platt Lane centre to be unveiled as part of community event

Platt Lane’s new sport hall will be opened up to the local community at an official ceremony on Wednesday. There will be numerous events taking place on...


23rd January 2018 | By Danielle Kenneally

Eat your words: series of literature talks by Manchester Writing School

A new series of talks at MMU may well have you eating your words. A Body of Words – staged by the Manchester Writing School...


9th January 2018 | By nq_admin

‘Manchester still has time to curb housing crisis’

Manchester still has time to save itself from an impending housing crisis, a mini-conference heard. The  ‘Housing Ideas Exchange’ event at MMU was organised by...


15th December 2017 | By dave porter

MMU library security officer Anne books out after 44 years

IT is fair to say that MMU security officer Anne Ashcroft has seen more students in her working life than most tutors ever do. Anne...

Protests in Catalonia during last Wednesdays regional strike taken by Anna Enjuanes-Marti

17th November 2017 | By nq_admin

MMU lecturer: opinions divided over Catalonia independence crisis

AN MMU lecturer has spoken out about the ongoing politial crisis in Spain over Catalonia’s demand for independence.  The crisis began after the Catalonian regional government...


13th November 2017 | By nq_admin

‘Peequality’ campaign for gender-neutral toilets in Manchester

“81% of the participants of the Trans Mental Health Study (McNeil et al 2012) said that they avoided certain situations due to fear of negative...


29th October 2017 | By Sanaa Reddy

Do ghosts exist? New research explores beliefs in the paranormal

  Is there life beyond death? Do ghosts really exist? Are aliens real? These are the continuing mysteries of the universe. Every person has their...