The University of Manchester is the UK's largest single-site University with approximately 40,000 students and more than 4,700 FTE academic and research staff. The University has a rich academic heritage with more than 25 Nobel Prize winners amongst its current and former staff and students. Rutherford split the atom here, the world's first modern computer was built in 1948 and more recently graphene was discovered in Manchester. In the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise, the University was rated third in the UK for 'research power' and offers more than 420 undergraduate programmes across the full range of academic disciplines.
Dentistry & Oral Sciences
Electrical & Electronic Engineering