Software helping us work and study smarter and speedier.
Manchester Met's students and staff use hundreds of IT applications.
We have looked across campus and compiled a list of available software on Student PCs by location. See below a list of available software by location across campus.
Based on student feedback, we know that you want cross-platform functionality and quick access to applications regardless of location or device. Unfortunately, our current provision for applications access does not deliver on all of these requirements so we are investigating other options. We will provide more information in due course to confirm the next steps for applications access at Manchester Met. For the time being, please use the start menu to access your apps.
If you had used Fusion 360 through AppsAnywhere, this piece of software will be installed in the below locations (further to Print City) for use from 1 March (when AppsAnywhere ceases to be available).
All Saints Library 5th Floor
We've focused here on helping you use the most common applications - or 'apps'.
The app designed with students and academic staff in mind.
At MyMMU you'll find Moodle, the virtual learning environment (VLE) packed with lots of essential studying resources, and offers direct access to your files on the network and to Outlook, for managing your email.
The suite of Microsoft productivity apps - available online in your web browser, for download to your desktop, and as mobile apps.
Staff and students have unlimited free access to tens of thousands of video courses at lynda.com. It's the place for learning absolutely anything. Go try it out!
Launching a project team? SharePoint provides you with a place in the cloud to share files and collaborate.
Find out how to access and use QLS, the student records system at Manchester Met
There are a wide range of apps you might choose to use as part of your studies.
Statistical analysis is part of many courses here at Manchester Met.
You might need other specialist apps. That's where OnTheHub will help.
Use the guide below to help you access the staff intranet.
The IT Helpline team is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Or come see us weekday afternoons at the University library.