STUDENTS of Engineering now have another reason to pursue their BEng or Masters at Manchester Metropolitan University.
The University’s School of Engineering has become certified with the EUR-ACE® European quality label for engineering degree programmes..
The EUR-ACE® label offers benefits to universities, students, graduates and employers including assurance that a graduate’s knowledge, understanding and practical capabilities meet international standards.
For graduates, it means they will have fulfilled the academic part of IEng or CEng recognition, and on completion of further professional competences in the workplace, chartered status enables them to practice engineering in any of the EU member states.
One of five
MMU is one of only five UK institutions including Cambridge to have gained the prestigious certification.
Dean of Faculty Professor Pete Dunleavy said: “This is more great news for Engineering and I congratulate Joao Ponciano and his School colleagues.”
The certification applies to six BEng programmes and three Masters.
Manchester Metropolitan University is a leading university for the professions and a powerful driver of the North West economy.
The University educates and trains large numbers of the region’s legal and business professionals, scientists, engineers, teachers, health workers and creative professionals. It enjoys an excellent reputation for teaching and applied research and is a recognised innovator in partnership working with its local communities. The University is currently investing almost £300 million in its estate and facilities.
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