From the moment you start your course at Manchester Met, you will be encouraged to develop new skills, generate ideas, put forward your opinions and discuss and debate with your fellow students - and lecturers and tutors, too!
Your course will be delivered through ‘integrated learning’. You will regularly work independently and your tutors will guide you on how to make the most of your time. Tutorial support will also come through small classes or tutorial and seminar groups, where you will take part in debates and discussions, projects and practical work.
The way you learn at Manchester Met may be very different from learning styles in your home country, but when you have completed your course, you will have language, creative, analytical and research skills that are valued by employers throughout the world.
Studying a practical subject means spending time in our highly equipped workshops, laboratories or studios.
Timetabled talks that provide a starting point for a topic.
Usually in smaller groups than lectures, giving you the opportunity to discuss topics in detail with tutors and fellow students.
You meet your tutor one-to-one, or in small groups, to discuss and gain advice on assignments.
This is free time available to do further reading and research to make the most of your course and achieve the best results possible. Students often use the library or quiet working areas for private and independent study.