We’re able to offer alumni access to free or discounted e-resources for personal research and professional development.
Access the e-resources
You need a password to access each e-resources page, which are listed below.
To receive the password, you need to:
- complete our confirm who you are form;
- select get instructions to access our e-resources and then save and continue
We’ll email the password to you within ten working days, but usually sooner. We’ll also use your name(s) and email address to change your personal details.
If we cannot confirm who you are, we’ll use your email address to ask you some more questions.
Each e-resources page contains further instructions on how to access that e-resource.
Access the e-resources
You can only use this service if you are an alumnus or alumna of The University of Manchester.
DDAR processes personal information following relevant data protection legislation.
Over 1,000 interdisciplinary e-journals to support teaching and learning.
An e-journals collection spanning business, humanities, social sciences, science, technology and medicine.
Business Source Alumni Edition
Business magazines, top management journals, trade publications and more exclusively for Alliance MBS alumni.
ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Global
The largest repository of graduate dissertations and theses
IEEE All-Society Periodicals Package
Access to the IEEE core collection of engineering, electronics, and computer science periodicals.
HSTalks Business & Management Collection
World-class lectures and case studies by leading experts from commerce, industry, the professions and academia.
Adam Matthew publishes unique primary source collections from archives around the world.
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 email@example.com 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/.