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Manchester Metropolitan University

Overview

Manchester Metropolitan University, 'The University for World-Class Professionals', is part of the largest higher education campus in the UK and one of the most extensive education centres in Europe.

MMU was granted university status in 1992 but has departments which date back to the 19th Century. To ensure our place as a world-class university a 300+ investment programme is underway to strengthen the student experience with emphasis on high-quality, cutting edge teaching facilities and course provision.

The university takes pride in the strong links it has established with business and industry which help students understand and experience the realities of the modern working world. MMU is a specialist in sandwich programmes which allow students to undertake a period of work placement between periods of academic study, and many programmes are accredited by professional bodies and associations.

MMU is one of the largest providers of science, engineering and technology education the country. In addition, the University is an international leader in clothing design and technology, home to the UK's second largest business school, and a UK leader in art and design, law, sports science, and the health and social work professions.

The university offers over 1000 courses and qualifications, including undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, research for Masters and PhDs, professional courses, HNDs and foundation degrees.

Courses are professionally relevant, which means that our students graduate ready for the workplace. By providing excellent facilities and dedicated professional staff, MMU aims to produce graduates who will become world-class professionals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Location & Facilities

MMU has six campuses. The central campus is situated close to Manchester's city centre and there are a further four campuses in other parts of the city and one in Crewe in Cheshire, 58 km from Manchester.

Each campus has its own library and computer drop-in centre. Accommodation is available on or close to each campus. Students can choose from university or private halls of residence.

The city of Manchester is culturally rich with a varied ethnic mix. There are world class museums, famous comedy clubs, opera and ballet, theatre and international cinema and legendary sporting venues.

The city boasts the busiest bus route in Europe and has good transport links with the rest of the UK, Europe and beyond.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

Faculty of Art and Design
Manchester School of Architecture
Manchester School of Art
Manchester School of Theatre
Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design (MIRIAD)

Business School (MMUBS)
Accounting and Finance Division
Digital Business and Management Systems Division
Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour Division
Marketing and Retail Division
Strategy, Entrepreneurship and International Business Division

MMU Cheshire
Department of Business and Management Studies
Department of Contemporary Arts
Department of Exercise and Sport Science
Department of Disciplinary Studies

Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care
Health Professions
Nursing
Psychology
Social Work and Social Change

Hollings Faculty
Department of Clothing Design and Technology
Department of Food and Tourism Management

Faculty of Humanities, Law and Social Science
Department of English
Department of History and Economic History
Department of Information and Communications
Department of Languages
Department of Politics and Philosophy
Department of Sociology
School of Law

Institute of Education
Teacher Training and Professional Education
Professional Development and Higher Degrees

MMU Business School

Accounting and Finance
Digital Business and Management Systems
Economics
Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour
Marketing and Retail
Strategy, Entrepreneurship and International Business
Research Institute for Business and Management

MMU Cheshire
Department of Business and Management Studies
Department of Contemporary Arts
Department of Exercise and Sport Science
Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

4. Scholarships & Bursaries:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Courses Offered

Serial No. Title
1 Acting
2 Three Dimensional Design
3 Architecture
4 Art and Design
5 Fine Art
6 Interactive Arts
7 Graphic Design
8 History of Art and Design
9 Interior Design
10 History of Art and Design
11 Photography
12 Contemporary Film and Video
13 Film and Media Studies
14 Fashion
15 Embroidery
16 Textile Design for Fashion
17 Illustration with Animation
18 Landscape Architecture
19 Textiles
20 Youth and Community Work (JNC Professional Youth Work Qualified) Youth and Community Work (Enhancement)
21 Physiotherapy*
22 Nursing Adult Branch
23 Nursing Adult Branch
24 Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting or School Nursing
25 Community Health*
26 Health and Social Care
27 Psychology
28 Psychology and Speech Pathology
29 Speech Pathology and Therapy
30 Psychology
31 Social Work
32 Social Change (Communication Studies/Community and Society/Health and Social Care/ Policy and Management)
33 Financial Management
34 Business Management
35 Business Management
36 Business
37 Crime Studies
38 Human Resource Management
39 Sociology
40 Film, Television & Cultural Studies
41 Film and Television Studies
42 Studies in Film
43 Cultural Studies
44 Business Management with routes in Marketing, Human Resource Management, Legal Studies and Financial Management
45 Sport Management
46 Sport and Leisure Events Management
47 Sport and Leisure Events Management
48 Health Studies
49 Marketing
50 Drama
51 Combined Honours Drama
52 Contemporary Theatre and Performance
53 Dance
54 Dance
55 Music
56 Music
57 Popular Music
58 Popular Music
59 Creative Music Production
60 Creative Music Production
61 Community Arts (and arts subject*) * Select one from Creative Music Production, Creative Writing, Dance, Drama, Music, or Popular Music.
62 Creative Writing
63 English
64 Creative Writing
65 Legal Studies
66 Sport and Exercise Science
67 Coaching and Sports Development
68 Coaching Studies
69 Psychology of Sport and Exercise
70 Sport
71 Sport Development
72 Outdoor Studies
73 Outdoor Studies
74 Leisure Management
75 Philosophy
76 Analytical and Applied Philosophy
77 Justice and the Environment
78 English
79 Psychology
80 BSc (Hons) Psychology, Philosophy and Self
81 Psychology of Sport and Exercise
82 Abuse Studies
83 Abuse Studies
84 Combined Honours Programme
85 Marketing
86 Trading Standards
87 Consumer Marketing
88 Fashion Materials and Technology
89 Fashion Design and Technology
90 Clothing Design and Technology
91 International Clothing Technology and Design
92 Fashion Buying
93 International Fashion Marketing
94 Environmental Health
95 Human Nutrition HND Human Nutrition
96 Food Technology HND Food Technology
97 BSc (Hons) Food and Nutrition HND Food and Nutrition
98 Hospitality Management
99 Hospitality Management with Culinary Arts
100 BSc Hospitality Business Management
101 Hospitality with Events Management
102 International Hospitality Management
103 Hospitality and Licensed Retail Management
104 Hospitality Management with Tourism
105 Hospitality Management
106 Hospitality Business Management
107 Hospitality Management with Culinary Arts
108 Hospitality with Events Management
109 International Hospitality Management
110 Hospitality and Licensed Retail Management
111 Hospitality Management with Tourism
112 Tourism Business Management
113 Tourism
114 Events Management
115 Events Marketing
116 Criminology
117 Sociology
118 Media, Culture and Society
119 English and Film
120 Information and Communications
121 Information Management
122 Web Development
123 Librarianship
124 Criminology and Sociology
125 English
126 English and American Literature
127 English and Creative Writing
128 History, Medieval and Modern History, Modern History, Political History, Social History
129 French Studies
130 Spanish Studies
131 Modern Languages (French, German, Italian, Spanish, with Arabic, Chinese, Japanese)
132 Joint Honours in Two Languages (French, German, Italian, Spanish)
133 Languages (French, German, Italian, Spanish)
134 Languages (French, German, Italian, Spanish)
135 Language (French, German, Italian, Spanish) and Teaching English as a Foreign Language
136 Teaching English as a Foreign Language
137 Language (French, German, Italian, Spanish) and Linguistics
138 Linguistics*
139 European Film
140 European Studies
141 LLB (Hons)
142 Philosophy
143 Politics
144 Public Services
145 Accounting and Finance
146 Financial Studies
147 Economics
148 Business Economics
149 Economics
150 Economics and Finance
151 Business Information Technology
152 Digital Media and Communications
153 Business (Sandwich)
154 Business Management
155 Business
156 Business Enterprise
157 Combined Honours Business Enterprise
158 International Business
159 International Business (European Management)
160 International Business
161 Human Resource Management
162 Human Resources Management
163 Sports Management
164 Project Management
165 Logistics
166 Advertising Management and Brand Management
167 Advertising Management and Public Relations
168 Marketing Management
169 Retail Marketing Management
170 Sports Marketing Management
171 Business Management with routes in Marketing, Human Resource Management, Legal Studies and Financial Management
172 Chemistry/Chemistry with study overseas
173 Sociology
174 Cultural Studies
175 Social History
176 Combined Honours Programme
177 Economics
178 Business Economics
179 Biology
180 Biology (with study in North America)
181 Human Biology
182 Biology
183 Biological and Biomedical Psychology
184 Biomedical Science
185 Biomedical Science with Forensic Biology
186 Cell and Molecular Biology
187 Clinical Physiology
188 Physiology with Pharmacology
189 Microbiology
190 Dental Technology
191 Animal Behaviour
192 Conservation Biology
193 Wildlife Biology
194 Digital Media
195 Information and Communications
196 Management Systems
197 Chemistry
198 Chemistry
199 Pharmaceutical Chemistry
200 BSc (Hons) / HND Chemical and Pharmaceutical Science
201 Chemistry
202 Forensic Science
203 Computing
204 Computer Science
205 Applied Computing
206 Forensic Computing
207 Computing
208 Information Systems
209 Information Systems
210 Enterprise Computing
211 Artificial Intelligence
212 Software Engineering
213 Mobile Computing
214 Multimedia Computing
215 Computer Games Technology
216 Computer Music Technology
217 Mathematics
218 Mathematics
219 Financial Mathematics
220 Criminology
221 Information Management
222 Automation and Control
223 Automotive Engineering
224 Computer Aided Engineering
225 Engineering
226 Mechanical Engineering
227 Beng (Hons) in the Electrical / Electronic Engineering Network - HND Electronic Engineering
228 Computer and Communication Engineering
229 Electronic Systems Design
230 Computer and Network Technology
231 Mechanical Design and Technology
232 Product Design and Technology
233 Media Technology
234 Multimedia Technology
235 English
236 Ecology and Conservation (with option to study in North America or Australia)*
237 Environmental Science (with option to study in North America or Australia)*
238 Geography (with option to study in North America or Australia)*
239 Human Geography (with option to study in North America or Australia)*
240 Physical Geography (with option to study in North America or Overseas) *
241 Geography
242 History
243 Politics
244 International Politics
245 Public Management Studies
246 Philosophy
247 Environmental Management and Sustainability (with option to study in North America or Australia)
248 Environment and Enterprise (with option to study in North America or Australia)
249 Climate Change (with option to study in North America or Australia)
250 Foundation Year
251 Forensic Chemistry
252 Medicinal and Biological Chemistry
253 Internet Computing
254 Primary Education
255 Mathematics Education 11-16/11-18
256 Education Studies
257 Childhood and Youth Studies
258 Early Years Practice
259 Childhood and Youth Studies
260 Food Technology
261 Early Childhood Studies/Childhood Studies/Childhood Studies with practitioner options
262 BA (Hons) Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy
263 BA (Hons) Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy*
264 Chemistry
265 Applied Chemistry
266 Electrical and Electronic Engineering

 

 

Post Graduate Programmes

Serial No. Title
1 Acting
2 Architecture and Urbanism
3 Art As Environment
4 Architecture
5 Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
6 Design and Art Direction
7 Design
8 Fine Art
9 Creative Business Development
10 Landscape Design
11 Landscape Architecture
12 Art and Design
13 Movement Practice for Theatre
14 Art and Design (Continuing Professional Practice for Artists and Designers)
15 Art and Design (Contemporary Theory in Visual Culture)
16 Art and Design (Contemporary Theories and Contexts in Art and Design)
17 Art and Design (Continuing Professional Practice for Artists and Designers)
18 Representation in Cinema and Media
19 Research Methods in Art and Design
20 Textiles
21 Three Dimensional Design
22 Visual Culture
23 Photography
24 Filmmaking
25 Media Arts
26 Autistic Spectrum Conditions*
27 Teaching Bilingual Learners PgDip Teaching Bilingual learners MA Language Education
28 PG Cert Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) PG Dip Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) MA Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)*
29 Teaching of Reading*
30 Careers Guidance (and Qualification in Careers Guidance (QCG)
31 Childhood Studies and Practice
32 Doctor of Education
33 Educational Leadership and Management
34 Education Business Management
35 Education
36 Education (Post-compulsory Education and Training) pre-service
37 Inclusive Education and Special Educational Needs
38 incorporating PgCert Childhood Studies and Practice
39 Mentoring
40 Master of Research Education and Society
41 Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)*
42 Teaching of Reading*
43 PGCE (Primary Education)
44 PGCE (Secondary Education)
45 Professional Studies
46 Specific Learning Difficulties (Schools)/Specific Learning Difficulties (Further and Higher Education)/ MA Specific Learning Difficulties - MA route is subject to review.
47 Teaching
48 Urban Education
49 Clinical Communication (by Research)
50 Community Health
51 Practice Development
52 Continuing Professional, Personal and Practice Development (CP3D) Modular Scheme
53 Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting/School Nursing)
54 (Health)
55 Physiotherapy (Pre-Registration)
56 Psychology
57 Psychology (by Research)
58 Psychology and Counselling
59 Psychology and Criminology
60 Psychology and Disability Studies
61 Forensic Psychology (BPS approved)
62 Critical Psychology (by Research)
63 Creative Media
64 Advanced Practice and Leadership in Social Work (Higher Specialist/Advanced PQ Award)*
65 Youth and Community Work (Initial Qualification)
66 Social Work
67 Specific Learning Difficulties (Further and Higher Education)
68 Specific Learning Difficulties*
69 Emergency Medicine
70 Emergency Management
71 Emergency Medicine (with Education)
72 Physiotherapy (Post-Registration)
73 Manual Therapy
74 Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy
75 Physiotherapy (by Research)
76 Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy (by Research)
77 Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy (by Research)
78 Neurological Physiotherapy (by Research)*
79 Community Psychology (by Research)
80 Community Psychology
81 Combined Studies
82 Strategic Leadership and Change
83 Outdoor Education*
84 National Cinemas*
85 Contemporary Arts With routes in dance, drama, live arts, theatre, music, visual arts, writing and research
86 Contemporary Curating
87 Business Management
88 Exercise and Sport
89 Food Management
90 Food Marketing Management
91 Strategic Consumer Marketing
92 International Fashion Marketing
93 Strategic Fashion Buying
94 Clothing Product Development
95 Hospitality Management
96 Strategic Hospitality Management
97 International Tourism Management
98 International Tourism Management and e-Business
99 Strategic Tourism Management
100 Events Management
101 (Common Professional Examination)
102 Legal Practice (LPC)
103 Contemporary European Film and Culture
104 English Studies: The Gothic*
105 Legal Practice at the Bar (Bar Professional Training Course)*
106 Trading Standards
107 English Studies: Contemporary Literature and Film
108 English Studies: Critical Theory
109 Creative Writing Campus based route: Novel, and Poetry. Online routes: Novel and Poetry, and Writing for Children.
110 European Philosophy
111 European Urban Cultures
112 Contemporary European Film and Culture*
113 Globalisation, Societies and Cultures
114 History
115 Local and Regional History
116 Sociology
117 Criminology
118 Informatics* *content subject to approval/validation
119 Information Management
120 Library and Information Management
121 Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)
122 Sociology and Global Change*
123 Accounting and Finance and Affiliate of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
124 Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Professional Qualification
125 Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Professional Stage (Part 3)
126 Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) Professional Qualification
127 Digital Publishing
128 Internet Retailing
129 Finance and Business
130 Financial Management
131 Financial Planning
132 Strategic Financial Management and Passed Finalist of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA)
133 Digital Marketing Communications
134 Doctor of Business Administration
135 Entrepreneurial Practice
136 Health and Social Care Management Students can now apply to start this course in January 2010
137 Human Resource Management
138 International Business Management
139 International Creative Advertising
140 International Human Resource Management
141 International Public Relations
142 Internet Retailing
143 Leadership Students can now apply to start this course in January 2010
144 Logistics and Supply Chain Management
145 Management
146 Marketing Communications
147 Marketing Management
148 Master of Business Administration (MBA)
149 Master of Research (MRes) Business
150 Place Management
151 Practising Management Students can now apply to start this course in January 2010
152 Professional Studies Management and Leadership
153 Project Management Students can now apply to start this course in January 2010 (part-time version only)
154 Management
155 Animal Behaviour
156 Animal Behaviour (by Research)
157 Animal Behaviour with Ornithology
158 Human Behavioural Ecology
159 Digital Media Computing
160 Clinical Physiology
161 Information Systems
162 Conservation Biology
163 Conservation Biology (by Research)
164 Conservation Biology with Ornithology
165 Conservation Biology with Tropical Ecology
166 Biomedical Science Specialist options in Cellular Pathology, Clinical Chemistry, Haematology, Medical Microbiology, or Transfusion Science Recent additons to study options include Clinical Exercise Physiology, and Skeletal and Molecul
167 Clinical Physiology
168 Computing
169 Advanced Computing
170 Advanced Computing (by Research)
171 Computer Network Technology
172 Digital Media Computing
173 Design and Manufacture
174 Electrical and Electronic Engineering
175 Mechanical Engineering
176 Mechatronics
177 Virtual Product Development
178 The Contemporary City/ The Contemporary City (by Research)
179 Environmental Management and Sustainable Development (by Research)*
180 Zoo Conservation Biology
181 Conservation Biology with Zoo Studies
182 Environmental and Climate Change*
183 Environmental and Climate Change (by Research)
184 Environmental Management and Sustainable Development
185 Geographical Information Systems
186 Geographical Information Systems and Management
187 Geographical Information Science
188 Geographical Information Systems and Environment
189 Urban Regeneration
190 Urban Regeneration (by Research)
191 Countryside Management*
192 Countryside Management (by Research)*
193 Ecological Monitoring
194 Ecological Monitoring (by Research)
195 Sustainable Aviation*
196 Sustainable Aviation (by Research)
197 Environmental Management and Sustainable Development
198 GIS
199 GIS (by research)
200 Environmental Management and Business
201 Environmental Management and Business (by research)
202 Social and Cultural Geography (by research)*
203 Social and Cultural Geography*
204 Food and Nutrition
205 Food Safety
206 Nutrition and Health
207 Computer Network Technology* this is a new course awaiting approval
208 Automotive Engineering* this is a new course awaiting approval
209 Sports Technology
210 Mechanical Engineering* this is a new course awaiting approval
211 Electronic Engineering* this is a new course awaiting approval
212 Engineering with Management
213 Manufacturing with Management* this is a new course awaiting approval
214 Social and Cultural Geography* *this course is apporved in principle
215 Environmental Management and Business* *This course is approved in principle
216 Financial Planning and Wealth Management
217 Sustainable Business
218 Digital Business Management
219 Automotive Engineering* this is a new course awaiting approval
220 Electronic Engineering* this is a new course awaiting approval
221 Computer Network Technology* *subject to approval
222 Engineering with Management* *this course is subject to approval
223 Manufacturing with Management* this is a new course awaiting approval
224 Manufacturing with Management* this is a new course awaiting approval
225 Chartered Management Instiute (CMI) Executive Diploma
226 Biomedical Science (by Research)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Scholarships

Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship 2010
MMU has a comprehensive scholarship programme for international students. In 2010 we will allocate around 200,000 for international scholarships. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of:
• academic merit
AND
• what you expect to gain from the course you are taking
AND
• what you intend to do after completing the course.
The deadline for VC International Scholarships is 30 June for 2010 entry.

Disclaimer: MMU reserves the right to withdraw or amend a scholarship or bursary without prior notification. Scholarships and bursaries are offered subject to funding and availability.

Undergraduate VC International Scholarship
MMU is delighted to be making available a number of scholarships - each to the value of 2,500 to overseas students who enrol on our full-time undergraduate taught programmes.

Who can apply?
You can apply for an award if you:
• are an international student (classified as 'overseas' for tuition fee purposes)
AND
• have an offer of a place on an undergraduate course at MMU for September 2010 entry
AND
• are not currently registered on an undergraduate course at MMU Undergraduate Top-Up VC International Scholarship
MMU is delighted to be making available a number of scholarships - each to the value of 1,000 to overseas students who enrol on our full time top-up undergraduate taught programmes.


How to apply ?
To apply, download the application form and email your completed application to vcscholarships@mmu.ac.uk.

Application Deadlines
The deadline for receipt of application is 30th June 2010 for undergraduate and postgraduate courses beginning September 2010, or 15th November 2010 for postgraduate courses beginning January 2011.

Students will be notified if their application has been successful in August 2010 for courses starting in September 2010 and December 2010 for courses starting in January 2011.

How are the scholarships awarded?
The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of: academic merit AND what you expect to gain from the course you are taking AND what you intend to do after completing the course.

Disclaimer: MMU reserves the right to withdraw or amend a scholarship or bursary without prior notification. Scholarships and bursaries are offered subject to funding and availability.

You'll find many sources of funding if you want to come and study in the UK. The British Government and other UK organisations provide a number of scholarships and awards for international students, although the scholarships are usually for postgraduate study.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


General Intake

There is one general intake in September. A few courses offer January/February intake - please refer to the MMU website for further information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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