Why study Engineering in Manchester?
Manchester is often called the first industrial city, due to its key role in the industrial revolution in the 19th century. Manchester was also the home of the first steam-powered railway journey, undertaken by the famous Stephenson's Rocket. Manchester's industrial heritage is still visible in the city today in its unique architectural heritage and sites like the Manchester Science and Industry Museum which secure the city's place as a centre of Engineering prowess.
- Top NCUK universities in Engineering include: University of Bristol, Liverpool John Moores University, University of Manchester, Aston University, University of Leeds, University of Birmingham and University of Sheffield
- Choose from a wide range of Engineering degree subjects including: Aerospace Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Product Design Engineering and Automotive Engineering
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