Will you help a student from a low-income background achieve their dream of studying here?
Here at The University of Manchester, we believe that bright people from all backgrounds should have the chance to pursue a university education – and go on to achieve great things.
If you believe this too, please show your support for Manchester students by making a gift today.
Every penny you give will go directly to supporting students in financial need. Your gift will help bright young people from low-income households study here at Manchester, by providing scholarships to help with their living costs. And you’ll help to provide a much-needed safety net for current students who find themselves in financial hardship.
Last year, Alan Turing was announced as the face of the new £50 banknote. We are very grateful for any amount you choose to give, but you might like to celebrate the world-changing potential of a Manchester education by making your gift in ‘Turings’ – or multiples of £50.
Thank you for supporting Manchester students.
How we use your information
The University of Manchester Division of Development and Alumni Relations (DDAR) processes personal information in accordance with all relevant data protection legislation. Our Privacy Notice is available here; and further information about data protection at the University is available here. Please tell us how you want to hear from DDAR by contacting us on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)161 306 3066; if you are a graduate you can also manage your personal information online at https://network.manchester.ac.uk/.