The Manchester College is a large college with campuses around Manchester. We offer courses for university level students as well as school leavers and adults. We welcome students from all over the UK and international students.
The Manchester College was formed in 2008 when City College Manchester merged with MANCAT (Manchester College of Arts and Technology).
We're based at a number of campuses around the city, with cutting-edge facilities and a friendly, supportive atmosphere at each. Our high standards have been recognised with a number of awards and accreditations.
Manchester is an exciting multicultural city with lots to offer students. It's also friendly and easy to get around. New arrivals tend to feel quickly at home and many students choose to stay in the city after graduation. The Manchester College has an Accommodation Officer and works with Manchester Student Homes (a student service run by the universities) to help you find a great place to live.
At a college this large and diverse there's always something happening! Visit our website for the latest news and events.
Covers the basics of baking, which give the essential skills to build upon. Many different products made each week, the preparation for the assessments is thorough. The kitchens are really well equipped, the tutors highly competent while the atmosphere remains relaxed and friendly.
Tutor's were great, very helpful in particular Nicola the sociology teacher. The only isse with the college is the organsiation, the administration is awful, I had to re sit Maths GCSE and had 3 different tutors and thwe times of classes kept being changed, nit good when you have to work.
The most unorganized place I have ever been!! Tutors are lazy, bored and uninspirational, course leaders are the most unhelpful people ever, taught alot by external tutors most who are unqualified.
The topics chosen in all the 3 sciences were very vocatoional relevent tasters and thus informed students of career possibilites or pitfalls. On the other hand their seemed to be limited opportunities for practical experiments and no visits to outside science based organisations or facilites. Students were expected really to do much of the work much based on using a computer and surfing the web. Although there was a wide spectrum of abilites and interests informal groups emerged and I feel that there should have been more structured sessions on team work and time management.
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