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Introductory Session


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Dear SENCo and Aspirant SENCo,

Welcome to you all from our local authority partnership groups, Brooks and Cheshire Campus groups. We hope you are well rested after the summer and prepared for an intensive and challenging programme of study. We are very much looking forward to meeting you and working with you over the next year.

Mal and Michele.

Programme Leader

Mal Ashman

Michele Moore

+44 (0)161 247 2079


Preparatory Information

Summer project

We strongly recommend you begin by talking to your Head or line manager preparing their thinking for how your engagement in the programme can bring about improvements to provision and practice in your school.


Reading List

Your tutors will provide you with reading lists via Moodle when you start. They will explain about items recommended for purchase, essential and further reading.

You can see a preview of the lists for your core units using the following links:

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Online Enrolment

  • Login to the online enrolment system using the MMU network ID and password that we have sent you.
  • If you have any questions about your enrolment or are having difficulty using the online enrolment system, please contact the Enrolment Team on +44(0)161 247 5959.
  • If you have successfully completed online enrolment, you will also need to collect your Student ID card at the session below. For Full-time undergraduate students, you can also collect your Met card at the same time.
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ID Card Collection for New Students

New Undergraduate students starting in Manchester on Monday 21 September and Tuesday 22 September will be able to collect their ID card from the Brooks Building Foyer between 08:30 and 16:30. Those starting at Crewe on Monday 21 September will be able to collect their ID card from the Student Zone any time between 09:30 and 14:30. Please collect your ID card when you don’t have a scheduled session or when advised by your tutor. New students starting their course on a different date will be issued with ID cards during their induction programme. Please note an ID card will only be available if you have already uploaded your photograph.

Last updated 2:44pm Thursday, 23rd July 2015

Term Dates 2015–16

Standard University term dates are:

Autumn Term
21st September 2015 – 18th December 2015
Spring Term
11th January 2016 – 18th March 2016
Summer Term
11th April 2016 - 24th June 2016

A small number of professional courses have different dates – any variations will be communicated at your induction session.

Useful Resources

MyMMU, Moodle & Email

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You should check your MMU email account regularly for important messages, as it is one of the primary methods we will use to communicate with you.

Library Services

The Sir Kenneth Green Library on the Manchester campus and Crewe Library on the Cheshire campus provide a full range of services and resources to help you complete your studies and research successfully. More information is available in the New users guide.

Regulations, Policies & Procedures for Students 2015/16

Download this guide to find information on the University’s regulations and other important policies and guidelines.

Student Hub

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Study Support

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Disability Support

Please contact the Disability Service if you need disability or dyslexia related support.

Find out more about the Student Support Services available in the Faculty.

Financial Support

For information and advice on financial matters during your time at university, please visit our Student Financial Support website.

Careers and Employability Support

Information and advice on finding part-time work, on campus employment and jobs after graduation. Take part in events to enhance your employability skills and meet employers. Find out more at the Careers website.

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