In the Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care, we are privileged to work with international students from a range of countries across the world.
At Manchester Metropolitan University, we understand the level of commitment international students make when then choose to come and study in the UK.
Our staff are all fully committed to providing excellent and supportive teaching and learning experiences for all of our international students.
Through our close relationships with professional and regulatory bodies, and with employers, our courses focus on the bringing together of academic and practitioner skills and knowledge.
To help increase the future prospects of our graduates, we carefully design our teaching methods to make sure there is a focus on enhancing transferrable skills for our students. We cover everything from teamwork to in-depth research, and presentation skills to report writing.
Our teaching also draws heavily on the individual research interests of our academic staff. This allows our Faculty at Manchester Met to maintain a large range of courses, often exploring cutting-edge issues.
We welcome students from across the world to come and join us for short periods of study.
We also encourage students who study in the Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care to gain international experience in their own field of study.
At Manchester Met, we have a wealth of experience working with international partner institutions to develop education that meets the needs of an ever-changing world.
As well as hosting international students, our Faculty works with academic partners across the world.
European countries we work with include Greece, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Ireland, Finland, and Lithuania, and we are working on a diverse range of projects with colleagues in India, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Japan, Canada, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Uganda, Libya, New Zealand, and Brazil.
As a large and vibrant Faculty, all of our academic staff are involved in a research and knowledge exchange activity that helps to inform learning and teaching.
Our staff work closely with professional and regulatory bodies to make sure that our programmes reflect changes and innovations in their associated professional fields.
We also conduct and publish research at a regional, national and international level. This research leads to innovations in practice and knowledge in related professional fields.