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Manchester Metropolitan University receives approximately 52,000 applications every year, making it the second most applied-to university in the UK after the University of Manchester.
It is the fifth largest university in the UK in terms of student numbers.
The Manchester Law School is in the Sandra Burslem building which opened in 2003.
The university library, renamed the Sir Kenneth Green Library, is on the All Saints campus.
The decision was made following an independent review conducted by financial advisory firm Deloitte, the university cited a poor intake in students as a main reason for closure.
Manchester Met was developed from mergers of various colleges with various specialisms, including Technology, Art and Design, i.e. Lowry attended Manchester School of Art in the years after the First World War, where he was taught by the noted impressionist Adolphe Valette. In 1987, the institution became a founding member of the Northern Consortium, and became a corporate body on 1 April 1989 as allowed by the terms of the Education Reform Act.
the Manchester Mechanics' Institution (1824) and the Manchester School of Design (1838). On 15 September 1992, Manchester Polytechnic finally earned its university status as Manchester Metropolitan University via the national Further and Higher Education Act 1992.
The university has invested in improving the Manchester School of Art building granting £35 million to facilitate three changes including: a new building for the faculty, refurbishment of the workshops and renovation of the studios.
In 2014 the building was nominated for the Stirling Prize.
The university was previously located on seven sites, five in Manchester (All Saints, Aytoun, Didsbury, Elizabeth Gaskell, and Hollings) and two in Cheshire (Alsager and Crewe), and has rationalised its estate, reducing the number of sites to two.