Management of Projects for Engineering (taught master's)

Starting on Monday 5 October, there are three weeks of Welcome activities for you to take part in. These events will help you find your way around the Department and the University. We encourage you to take part in as many as you can as they are a great way to help you settle into life in Manchester.

Your studies will start with a "Postgraduate induction talk", online on Monday 12 October, so put this in your diary now. You will be emailed details about how to join.

There will also be a range of University sessions you can book onto over these weeks.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Manchester.

Support for your studies

Our commitment to you is to provide an excellent student experience whether on-line or face to face in the safest way possible.

If you have any general queries in the first instance, please explore the information, advice and guidance which can be accessed on-line for the following services:

Your safety and wellbeing is our number one priority and the decision has been made that traditional departmental student support offices will remain closed for the time being, this is to reduce student and staff traffic in these buildings.

We recommend that you contact our department Teaching and Learning Student Support Office for the majority of your enquiries at in the first instance. However, if your query requires speaking to a member of staff in person or you require urgent welfare support, you are advised to visit one of our support hubs.

Student Support Hubs

In order to support the student experience on-campus, we have created Student Support Hubs, adhering to Covid safety measures.

Your Student Support Hub will provide you with the following services:

  • Signposting and answering queries relating to your course.
  • Student Support and Welfare guidance and support.
  • Services your department support office would normally provide.

The Support Hub for your subject is:

The North Campus Student Support Hub