Manchester Metropolitan University

Professional standards and values form the basis of all of the degree programmes within the Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care. These principles support the development of a research and learning culture that aims to prepare students for their future professional and working lives.

We are very proud of the education that we provide at Manchester Metropolitan University and of the contributions to community and public services generated by our dedicated academic colleagues and students.

Our degree programmes have an excellent reputation, as shown by the award-winning degrees we offer and through numerous external surveys and accreditations. These include the National Student Survey, league tables, and the accreditation of professional, statutory and regulatory bodies, who commission or validate our courses and research activities.

The professions and disciplines that our Faculty serves are constantly evolving and improving in response to government policy or to changes in legislation. The academic programmes we offer are continually adapting to these changes, ensuring that we provide our students with the essential skills, knowledge and professionalism to succeed in their future practice, and to meet the needs of particular client groups.

Whether you are considering an undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme, or looking to undertake research, you will find that our staff will support, guide and enable you to achieve your full potential.

I hope that one of the many exciting opportunities within our Faculty appeals to your personal or career ambitions, and I look forward to welcoming you to our thriving academic community at Manchester Met.

Best wishes for your future studies.

Pro-Vice-Chancellor

Professor Alison Chambers

Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care

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