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More than £400 million investment in new facilities for teaching and research, in a purpose-built home for engineering and materials science
The first university to offer an engineering degree
More than ten engineering societies to be a part of
Why study Engineering at Manchester?
Manchester is the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. For centuries we have led the way with outstanding ideas, new discoveries and unparalleled knowledge. This is a place that welcomes creative problem-solvers who want to make the world a better place to live.
The University of Manchester has a history of innovation and has been breaking new ground in science and engineering since 1824.
This, after all, is where the first artificial nuclear reaction took place and where ‘the Baby’ – the world’s first stored-program computer – came to be. It’s the birthplace of chemical engineering and where Andre Geim and Konstantin
Novoselov first isolated graphene.