Progress to a university renowned for teaching
When you progress to The University of Manchester, you'll be taught by staff recognised internationally as being at the forefront of their subject. They'll incorporate the very latest thinking and discoveries directly into your learning.
Strong links with industry ensure your learning is tailored to the needs of employers. And your practical teaching will take place in world-class facilities. This may include:
- the £40 million Integrative Centre for Molecular Cell Biology
- the UK's largest high-voltage laboratory
- the famous Lovell Radio Telescope and Observatory Astronomy Research Centre at Jodrell Bank
- Moot court, purpose-built to develop your mooting and debating skills in a realistic court setting
- a unique pilot-scale laboratory, containing industrial scale equipment for chemical manufacturing
- the National Graphene Institute, home to world-leading research into the revolutionary material graphene
- Pharmacy Computer Assisted Learning (PCAL) Consortium, providing access to all PCAL and Pharma-CAL-ogy software packages
- an MRI scanner, observation suite, sleep lab and state-of-the-art EEG and TMS facilities
Studying here offers a broad range of teaching methods, with traditional lectures and seminars supported by enquiry-based teaching. This innovative learning method encourages you to pursue your own lines of interest. This helps build critical reasoning and evaluation skills, and other abilities that potential employers look for.