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Staying safe is a vital skill to have regardless of where you live but it is particularly important when living in or near a city. Manchester Student Homes aims to educate students on how to stay safe during your time in Manchester with a focus on the crimes students are particularly vulnerable to. This is done in partnership with Greater Manchester Police (GMP), Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) , Manchester City Council (MCC) and the National Health Service (NHS).

Student Safety Campaigns include:


The Manchester International Student Safety Campaign was created following discussions with Greater Manchester Police (GMP) and international students. These discussions highlighted the crimes which international students were most likely to be victims of and identified the best methods of presenting our safety information. Following this MSH was awarded funding for the campaign from The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) and the Manchester Student Safety Tactical Action Partnership.










The WOLF (Wary Of Light Fingers) campaign was created by Manchester Student Homes (MSH) in partnership with Greater Manchester Police and Manchester City Council, in order to raise awareness on issues relating to personal safety and household security. 



Manchester Student Homes is proud to be a Hate Crime 3rd Party Reporting Centre. Individuals who have been the victim of a Hate Crime can come to our office and speak to a member of staff to receive support and guidance.

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You can also view our Manchester Student Safety flyer which includes tips on staying safe.

Other Safety News


MSH’s Countdown Calendar Craze                                                                                  December 2018


Manchester Student Homes Festive Countdown Calendars creates a blizzard of excitement!