Manchester Metropolitan is a public university in Manchester, England. Initially established as the Manchester Mechanics Institute IN 1824, the institution underwent a number of structural and name changes over the years before it became a university in 1992 under its current name.
It is one of the largest universities in the United Kingdom, with 4,400 staff members and 38,000 students enrolled, and is home to a diverse foreign student population from over 120 countries.
The University ranks among the world's top 200 universities under the age of 50 (Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2018).
The university consists of five faculties, twelve research centers and a number of departments, schools and programs of professional support that support the university's efforts.
85% of Manchester Metropolitan's research has a 'world-leading' or 'internationally excellent' impact. The School of Architecture is ranked 7th in the world (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018) and its Business School has prestigious AACSB and AMBA accreditations, making it one of the world's leading business schools.
In 2014, it was recognized in the Research Excellence Framework results as a top 'new' university for its health research, while the institution has long been at the forefront of Early Years and Childhood Studies development.
The University has business partnerships with global businesses like Nike, Hilton, DHL and Dentsu Aegis Network.
93% of undergraduate students (DLHE survey 2016/17) are in an work or continuing education six months after completion of their studies
Initially, Manchester Metropolitan University operated seven campuses across Manchester (All Saints, Aytoun, Didsbury, Elizabeth Gaskell, and Hollings) and in Cheshire (Alsager and Crewe). At present, it conducts education at two campus sites - All Saints and Cheshire.
The university made substantial investment in its late facilities, constructing a new student union building, new labs, a £10million fitness and sport science center, and a £6million contemporary arts center on its campus in Cheshire.
Manchester Metropolitan University is situated close to the city center with a combination of coffee shops, theaters, museums, department outlets, shopping malls, café bars, pubs and clubs .
University is situated in the middle of Manchester, between world-famous music, arts, shopping and sports venues and the second largest Chinatown in the United Kingdom.
Manchester is deemed Britain's 'best city to live in' (Global Liveability Survey 2018 by the Economist Intelligence Unit) and one of the top 10 most exciting cities in the world (Time Out City Life Index 2018).
The city is also known for its vibrant cultural scene, with more than 75 museums and galleries to discover the Greater Manchester.
London is less than two and a half hours away by train.
There is a wide variety of housing available either in Manchester Metropolitan University Halls or by licensed private providers registered with Manchester Student Homes.
Accommodation halls include 11 residence halls; seven are university-owned or leased halls and four are partnership halls.
Most of the accommodation is within a short walk of the main academic and student buildings.
Universities excellent teaching quality has been recognised with Silver award Teaching Excellence Framework.
Undergraduate – 53 overall and a minimum of 51 in all components.
Postgraduate / Post Graduate Research – 61 overall and a minimum of 51 in all components.
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|Year of Establishment||1970|
|Programs Offered||Full-time, Part-time, Online|
|Undergraduate Courses||15,000 - 16,500 EUR|
|Graduate Taught Courses||16,000 - 17,000 EUR|
|Graduate Research Courses||16,000 - 27,500 EUR (varies band wise)|
|Avg.Living Cost||7,500 - 8,500 EUR per year|