Read about the latest events and activities in the School of Environment, Education and Development.
Manchester ranked as fourth highest university for Geography and Environmental Studies
24 May 2017
The University of Manchester is the fourth highest university in the UK for geography and environmental studies, according to the Guardian University Guide.
Manchester ranked as second highest university for its Primary Initial Teacher Education course
21 April 2017
The University of Manchester is the second highest university in England for Primary Initial Teacher Education, according to the Good Teacher Training Guide 2017.
SEED academic receives prestigious British Academy award
11 April 2017
Dr Steve Courtney, Lecturer in the Manchester Institute of Education at the School of Environment, Education and Development, has been awarded a prestigious British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award.
Manchester School of Architecture ranked world's sixth best
7 April 2017
The Manchester School of Architecture (MSA) has been named as one of the best in the world in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017 - and the second-best in the UK.
Project to revitalise former coalfields wins lottery funding
27 January 2017
A ambitious and innovative project involving The University of Manchester's School of Environment, Education and Development to restore nature in places where heavy industry ruled for more than a century has been awarded almost £2 million by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Education PhD thesis wins British Educational Research Association (BERA) prize 2016
8 August 2016
Dr Steven J. Courtney, lecturer in the Manchester Institute of Education is the recipient of three major prizes for his PhD awarded in December 2015.
Planning and Environmental Management staff nominated for research award
3 August 2016
‘Mapping policies and programmes: The use of GIS to communicate spatial relationships in England’ nominated for top national planning research award.
Planning students develop groundbreaking canal project
9 June 2016
Socially responsible teaching adding to knowledge about climate change adaptation.
The Forest of Bowland's Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership secures Heritage Lottery Fund support
3 June 2016
We are pleased to announce a successful bid to the Heritage Lottery which furthers our engaged and socially responsible teaching.