Faculty of Science and Engineering
Name: Faculty of Science and Engineering
Place in structure:
Address: Room B1
Sackville St Building
University of Manchester
Building 1 on campus map (opens in a new window)
Phone: 0161 306 9100
Fax: 0161 306 4008
The Faculty of Science and Engineering (FSE) is one of the three Faculties of the University of Manchester. Around 8300 students, 1200 academic staff, and 700 professional support staff belong to the Faculty. It is organized around nine Schools; five Research Institutes, Foundation Studies and a Faculty Office.
The work and affairs of the Faculty is directed by the Vice-President & Dean, Professor Martin Schröder, supported in his role by the Vice-Deans for Teaching, Learning & Students, Research, Social Responsibility & Equality & Diversity alongside the Associate Deans for Internationalisation, Graduate Education and Business Engagement & Innovation, the Director of Faculty Operations and other senior members of the Faculty's Professional Support Services team.
The academic structure of the faculty comprises the nine Schools (Chemical and Analytical Science; Chemistry; Computer Science; Earth & Environmental Sciences; Electrical & Electronic Engineering; Mechanical, Aerospace, and Civil Engineering; Materials; Mathematics; Physics & Astronomy), four Research Institutes (Dalton Nuclear Institute, Photon Science Institute, Aerospace Research Institute; Manchester Interdisciplinary Biocentre), and Foundation Studies.
Professional Support Services provides support for the academic mission of the Faculty through the provision of administrative, technical, research support, computing and other academic-related and non-academic activities. Professional Support Services is organised around a Faculty Office (Director of Faculty Operations, Academic Services, Estates, Finance, Human Resources, Information Systems, Communications and Marketing) and support services in the nine Schools, four Research Institutes and Foundation Studies.