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Undergraduate open day

Recordings of our open day that took place in October can be viewed online. All information was correct at time of recording.

Aerospace Engineering

This session provides an overview of our Aerospace Engineering degree programmes, outlining the course structures, subjects and options, the entry requirements, and the type of careers they can lead you in to.

Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science

This session provides an overview of the research, teaching, and facilities used in our Chemical Engineering degree programmes. You will hear a brief background to the department, as well as being able to see examples of our course structures and a virtual ‘tour’ of some of our teaching and research facilities.

Chemistry

This session described the chemistry degree programmes available at Manchester. The entry requirements, degree structure and the teaching will be detailed. You will hear from some of our current students and the typical careers enjoyed by our chemistry graduates will be discussed.

Civil Engineering

This session provides an overview of our Civil Engineering degree programmes, outlining the course structures, subjects and options, the entry requirements, and the type of careers they can lead you in to..

Computer Science

This session described the computer science degree programmes available at Manchester. The types of teaching, degree structure and entry requirements will also be detailed.

Earth and Environmental Sciences

This session introduced our degrees in Earth and Environmental Sciences, and the types of careers our graduates move into. If you enjoy the natural sciences, come and find out how we combine physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics and geology into the study of our earth and its environment.

Electrical, Electronic and Mechatronic Engineering

This session provides an overview of the research, teaching, and facilities used in our Electrical, Electronic and Mechatronic Engineering degree programmes. You will hear a brief background to the Department, as well as being able to see examples of our course structures and a virtual 'tour' of some of our teaching and research facilities.

An Introduction to Studying Engineering

This session provides a brief introduction to our fields of Engineering and will explore how the different disciplines are tackling global problems, and the challenges to be addressed.

Faculty of Science and Engineering Alumni Panel

A Q and A session for you to hear from some of the Faculty of Science and Engineering graduates. You can ask them about studying Engineering and Science at Manchester and find out about what they are doing now.

Fashion Business and Technology

This session provided an overview of the research, teaching, and facilities used for Fashion Business and Technology within the Department of Materials. You will hear a brief background to the Department, as well as being able to see examples of our course structures and a virtual ‘tour’ of some of our teaching and research facilities.

Materials Science and Engineering

This session provided an overview of the research, teaching, and facilities used for Materials Science and Engineering within the Department of Materials. You will hear a brief background to the Department, as well as being able to see examples of our course structures and a virtual ‘tour’ of some of our teaching and research facilities.

Mechanical Engineering

This session provides an overview of our Mechanical Engineering degree programmes, outlining the course structures, subjects and options, the entry requirements, and the type of careers they can lead you in to.

Physics and Astronomy

This session described the various degree programmes in physics at Manchester, including those specialising on astrophysics and theory. The entry requirements, degree structure and the teaching will also be detailed. Lastly, the typical careers enjoyed by physics graduates will be discussed.

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