Manchester Metropolitan University was awarded university status in 1992 and is part of the largest higher education campus in the UK and one of the most extensive education centres in Europe.With a history dating back 150 years, they have a combination of the traditional and the contemporary that sets the University apart and gives them distinct character.
Manchester Metropolitan University is one of the largest campus-based universities in the UK with a total student population of over 36,000. Their claim is to be the University for world-class professionals with an emphasis on vocational education and employability.
Their roots in higher education date back to 1824, and they are committed to a strong future through a £350 million investment in our buildings and facilities.
The central Manchester campus is situated close to Manchester’s city centre and they have a second campus in Cheshire, 35 miles (56 km) from Manchester.
The University is arranged into eight faculties, each providing specialist learning, teaching and research hubs for students at undergraduate, postgraduate and professional development.