About the University
Located in the suburbs of the bustling city of Manchester, Bolton is a historical and culturally rich town, home to some of the earliest industrial developments in the world. With a modern and compact campus, Bolton offers specialised teaching with many courses being professionally accredited by leading bodies, such as the British Psychological Society and the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Within easy reach of great places to shop and explore, like Manchester, Liverpool and the west coast, Bolton is accessible and friendly.
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The nearest airport is Manchester International Airport.
Bolton benefits from the exciting offering of nearby Manchester, with an excellent nightlife, museums and galleries and transport links into the stunning Lake District. The University of Bolton is recognised for it’s social inclusion – dozens of varied societies, clubs and sports are offered to students each year. Students also have access to a student support programme through the university.
Pete Shelley (musician), Saulos Chilima (politician/economist), Sam Allardyce (football manager), Richard Lai (journalist), Laura White (musician)