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PLAN OF THE PRESENTATION
1. Prestige of English education
2. Ranking of the University of Manchester
3. The history of the University
4. The current University of Manchester
5. Nobel laureates of the University of Manchester
6. The Russian scientists
7. Campus
8. The university buildings
9. Student life
10. Manchester University Press
11. University of Manchester Library
12. Faculties and schools
13. Pharmaceutical education in England
14. Manchester Pharmacy School
15. International students
I think everyone will agree that it is
VERY PRESTIGIOUS TO STUDY IN
ENGLAND
There are some reasons:
ENGLAND is one the first countries in
which the universities were found
ENGLAND
is a centuries-old
experience of students
ENGLAND
is the classical system
of education
I think Britain is one of the most preferable countries for me and
other students who want to get a high quality education
In the 2015 Academic Ranking of World Universities,
MANCHESTER
is ranked 5th in the United Kingdom
Country
Rank
Institution
World
Rank
1
University of Cambridge
5
2
University of Oxford
10
3
University College London
18
4
The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
23
5
The University of Manchester
41
THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY
After 100 hundred years of working closely together the Victoria
University of Manchester and the University of Manchester Institute of
Science and Technology agreed to form a single university. The current
University of Manchester was officially launched on 1 October 2004
when Queen Elizabeth handed over its Royal Charter.
In 1824 the English chemist
John Dalton established the
Mechanics' Institute for workers. In
1883 John Henry Reynolds
converted the Mechanics' Institute
into the Manchester Technical
School. After World War I it was
renamed the Manchester Municipal
College of Technology and in 1966
it became the University of
Manchester Institute of Science
and Technology (UMIST)
In 1851 thanks to a textile
merchant, John Owens, (who left
£96,942 to found a college
to educate non-sectarian men)
Owens College was established. In
1873 the Owens college moved to
new building on Oxford Road and
from 1880 it became a college of
the federal Victoria University and
in 1903 the university was renamed
the Victoria University of
Manchester.
THE CURRENT
UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
was officially launched on 1 October 2004 when Queen
Elizabeth handed over its Royal Charter
THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
HAS TWENTY-FIVE NOBEL LAUREATES
among its past and present students and staff
1906 - Joseph John Thomson - Physics
1908 - JJ Ernest Rutherford - Chemistry
1915 - William Lawrence Bragg – Physics
1922 - Niels Bohr - Physics
1922 - Archibald Vivian Hill - Physiology or Medicine
1929 - Arthur Harden – Chemistry
1935 - James Chadwick - Physics
1937 - Walter Norman Chemistry
1943 - George de Hevesy - Chemistry
1947 - Robert Robinson – Chemistry
1948 - Patrick Blackett - Physics
1951 - John Douglas Cockcroft - Physics
1957 - Alexander Todd - Chemistry
1961 - Melvin Calvin - Chemistry
1962 - John Randall - Physiology or Medicine
1967 - Hans Albrecht Bethe - Physics
1972 - John Richard Hicks - Economic Sciences
1977 - Neville Francis Mott - Physics
1979 - Arthur Lewis - Economic Sciences
1986 - John Charles Polanyi - Chemistry
1993 - Michael Smith - Chemistry
2001 - Joseph E Stiglitz - Economic Sciences
2002 - John Sulston - Physiology or Medicine
2010 - Andre Geim – Physics
2010 - Konstantin Novoselov – Physics
Four Nobel laureates are among its staff –
more than any other British university!
ANDRE GEIM AND KONSTANTIN NOVOSELOV
the Russian scientists received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2010
for groundbreaking experiments
with graphene-two-dimensional
form of carbon
CAMPUS
Manchester is not a campus university: its buildings are
integrated into the fabric of Manchester, with non-university
buildings and major roads between
North campus or Sackville Street Campus
South campus or Oxford Road Campus
THE UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS
There are some university buildings
across the city and the wider region:
1. Jodrell Bank Observatory in Cheshire
2. One Central Park in Moston
a collaboration between the university and other partners which
offers office space for start-up firms and venues for conferences
and workshops
STUDENT LIFE
The University of Manchester’s Students’
Union is the biggest students’ union in the
UK. There are more than 300 societies
offering everything
…it is run by students and for students...
The university has more than 80 health and
fitness classes while over 3,000 students are
members of the 44 various Athletic Union
clubs
The Manchester Aquatics Centre, the
swimming pool used for the Manchester
Commonwealth Games is on the campus
is the university's academic publishing house where academic
monographs, textbooks and journals are published
It is the third-largest university press in England
(after Oxford University Press and Cambridge University Press)
UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER LIBRARY
is the largest non-legal deposit library in the UK
with the largest collection of electronic resources of any library in the UK
FACULTIES AND SCHOOLS
The University of Manchester is divided into
four faculties, each with some schools
Faculty of Medical
and Human Sciences
• Schools of Medicine;
• Dentistry
• Nursing, Midwifery
and Social Work
• Pharmacy and
Pharmaceutical
Sciences
• Psychological
Sciences
Faculty of Life
Sciences
• The Faculty of Life
Sciences consists of a
single school. It is
divided into a number
of sections for
research purposes:
Cellular Systems,
Disease Systems,
Molecular Systems,
Neuro Systems and
Tissue Systems
Faculty of
Humanities
Faculty of Engineering
and Physical Sciences
• the School of Arts,
Histories and
Cultures
• the Schools of
Combined Studies
• Education
• Environment and
Development
• Architecture
• Languages,
Linguistics and
Cultures
• Law
• Social Sciences
• the Manchester
Business School
• the schools of
Chemical
Engineering and
Analytical Science
• Chemistry
• Computer Science
Earth, Atmospheric
and Environmental
Science
• Physics and
Astronomy
• Electrical and
Electronic
Engineering
• Materials
• Mathematics
• Mechanical,
Aerospace and Civil
Engineering.
PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATION IN ENGLAND
There are 16 pharmaceutical schools in the UK
English pharmacists study for
four years …
… and during the fifth pass
mandatory pre-registration
practice outside of the school
MANCHESTER PHARMACY SCHOOL
is one of the most prestigious schools in the world
Manchester has a long history of training successful graduates to
enter all branches of the pharmaceutical profession
ONCE QUALIFIED, PHARMACISTS
HAVE A WIDE CHOICE OF CAREER
OPTIONS:
HOSPITAL, COMMUNITY AND
INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY,
ACADEMIA, PRIMARY CARE, THE
NHS, AGRICULTURAL AND
VETERINARY PHARMACY, AND THE
PRISON AND ARMY SERVICES
The University of Manchester
ATTRACTS THOUSANDS OF
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
THEY COME
FROM 154
COUNTRIES
AROUND THE
WORLD …
I DREAM TO
COME
FROM RUSSIA
TO
ENGLAND…
FROM
VOLGOGRAD
TO
MANCHESTER
…
… TO BECOME A STUDENT
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF
MANCHESTER
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