Meet MACE 15th November 2021
Alejandra has only been at The University of Manchester for just over a year but is already making a big impression on our department. Passionate about promoting engineering subjects to younger female students, she has a prominent role in our societies and also created her own student youtuber channel. We caught up with her to […]
In the real world 7th October 2021
We caught up with Bea Basa, who recently graduated on the MEng Civil Engineering course, to find out how she enjoyed her time at Manchester and what she has since gone onto do with her career. Hi Bea, thanks for joining us on the blog! Firstly, how did you come to decide upon studying Civil […]
Meet MACE 6th October 2021
Take a short walk around Manchester and it’s easy to see why so many people choose to study here. A modern, vibrant and diverse city with a fascinating heritage – and not to mention an incredible musical legacy and two of the biggest football clubs in the world – Manchester certainly has it all. And […]
In the real world 5th March 2021
When most of us go to university to study our chosen subject, it is usually with a view to working in a related industry after we graduate. But Natalie Parish, a Technical Estates Co-Ordinator & Workshop Manager in the Department, decided this wasn’t for her. After studying English and working in publishing, she made the switch to engineering by enrolling in our Technical Apprenticeship programme.
In the real world 3rd March 2021
Alice is a Mechanical Engineering graduate who now works at Schneider Electric as a Project Manager. Hear about what prepared Alice for her current career.
In the real world 1st March 2021
Civil engineering graduate Jennie tells us about where her degree has taken her and what she would advise others interested in a career in civil engineering!
Student experience 10th February 2021
We caught up with Aerospace Engineering student May who is one of the technical advisors for the award-wining Manchester CanSat Project….. let’s hear more from May!
Research and impact 25th January 2021
We are delighted that the University, in partnership with our energy brokers, have been able to switch our commitment towards 100% renewable energy when our new contract comes into place in 2021.
Research and impact 18th December 2020
The Univeristy has joined a tidal energy project, known as TIGER (Tidal Stream Industry Energiser Project) which will demonstrate that tidal stream energy (TSE) is a maturing industry, capable of achieving an accelerated cost reduction pathway.
Meet MACE 9th November 2020
We are delighted to announce that Callum Kidd, Discipline Head of Education for Engineering and Project Management within the Department of MACE, has become the first person within the UK to receive a teaching excellence award from the Project Management Institute.