Why study Engineering at The University of Manchester?

The University of Manchester's distinguished Science and Engineering faculty has been at the cutting-edge of the Engineering industry since 1824, now it offers some of the best courses and facilities in Europe.

Home of the first Engineering degree in England and the birthplace of Chemical Engineering, The University of Manchester has a rich and unique Engineering heritage influenced by the city's involvement in the industrial revolution.

  • University Engineering facilities include one the largest and best-equipped pilot labs in Europe and one of the highest specification high voltahe labs in the UK.
  • Strong industry links with Jaguar Land Rover, Rolls-Royce and Siemens.
  • The University was the first in the UK to offer an Engineering degree and today offers some of the highest ranking courses in Europe.
  • University has invested £400m investment in the groundbreaking Manchester Engineering Campus Development.
22nd in the world for Chemical Engineering (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020)

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