Manchester Metropolitan University Conference and Events
Exceptional customer service, integrated technology and accessible buildings make Manchester Metropolitan University a great venue for events. Located in the city centre, the University is accessible from major transport links and has excellent public transport options.
Manchester Met offers a range of innovative and flexible spaces, which can cater for conferences, exhibitions, networking events and much more. The Business School and Geoffrey Manton building have multiple facilities ideal for conferences alongside the Brooks building at Birley, which is adjacent to Visit England 4 star accredited campus accommodation. The School of Art’s Benzie building is a spectacular venue for receptions and product launches and offers a unique city-centre roof terrace. All venues include free high-speed WiFi, integrated audio-visual equipment and an IT support team onsite at no hidden costs.
The University is committed to sustainability with awards including Green Tourism Gold, AIM Higher Silver accreditation and the Greater Manchester Sustainable Tourism award. The modern conference facilities in the academic buildings are at the forefront of green development, with the Birley site committed to being zero-rated for water, waste and energy.
A team of professional event organisers, first class conference facilities and excellent hospitality ensures a winning combination for a successful event.
By train: Manchester Metropolitan University is 5 minutes walk from Manchester Oxford Road train station (0.4 mile away).
By bus: The 147 Oxford Road Link service is the cheapest and greenest bus in the city and is an electricity hybrid. For term-time visits, we also have the 141 which runs exclusively to our Birley site every 10 minutes during the day.
By bike: Manchester Oxford Road has cycle lanes that run to the University. For more information visit the tfGM online cycling centre for paths and routes around the city.
By car: Input the postcode M15 6BH into your satellite navigation system to get to the Manchester Campus.