Browse the Faculty's nine Schools below to find out more about our courses, research, services to industry and more.
School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science
A world leader in research and teaching; providing a home to interdisciplinary chemical and biochemical science and engineering in most areas of contemporary research.
School of Chemistry
Study Chemistry at Manchester and you will meet, work with and be taught by internationally acclaimed chemists in a building that was recently boosted by a £30 million refurbishment programme.
School of Computer Science
Our learning environment supports students with no previous computing experience, but also challenges those already familiar with the subject. Our aim is to equip you with the knowledge and skills to prepare you for a career shaping the future.
School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Science
We are committed to innovation in teaching methods and to an exciting and wide-ranging series of degree courses. All Single Honour Degrees are accredited by the Geological Society of London.
School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Our programmes provide a comprehensive foundation in the core topics of Electrical and Electronic Engineering coupled with an area of specialism relevant to emerging engineering challenges.
School of Materials
We offer a comprehensive range of degree courses covering the whole spectrum of Materials Science, Engineering and Design Management. Many of our degree courses can be taken with industrial experience.
School of Mathematics
We have the largest cohort of mathematics undergraduates in the UK and offer a comprehensive range of degree programmes and modules, including the new degree in Actuarial Science and Mathematics.
School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
We offer a wide variety of courses that reflect the diversity of modern Aerospace, Mechanical and Civil Engineering. Our programmes provide a high level of proficiency and practice, great for careers in industry and for postgraduate study.
School of Physics and Astronomy
The School of Physics & Astronomy has a long tradition of excellence, including 11 Nobel Prize winners, most recently Sir Andre Geim and Sir Kostya Novoselov for their work on graphene.