International Partnerships

The School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering is in partnership with a wide range of organisations conducting research, teaching and programmes of social responsibility both nationally and internationally.

Click on the interactive map or the headings below to learn more about our international activities.

  • Teaching

    Singapore PM-PDP MSc Nanyang Technological University
    Italy REAM Tenaris
    Mexico REAM Tenaris
  • Research

    Brazil Newton Research Links Workshop University of Sao Paulo
    China Royal Society International Exchange Tianjin University
    China   Nuclear Power Corporation
    Malaysia Newton Institutional Links Universiti Malaya
    Malaysia Newton Research Links (Workshop) Universti Kebangsaan Malaysia
    Malaysia Newton Institutional Links Construction Research Institute (CREAM) Malaysia
    Thailand Newton Research Links (Workshop) King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi
    South Korea   Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
    Mexico Newton Institutional Links Centro de Investigacion Cientifica de Yucatan (CICY)
    Korea   Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI)
    China UoM-CAAA Aerospace Aerodynamics Centre China Academy of Aerospace Aerodynamics
    Sweden   University of Uppsala
    South Africa  Newton Researcher Links University of Johannesburg
  • Group of academics and residents of Kigali in Rwanda who took part in the Equity and Merit programme.

    Case Study | Short Course in Project Management for Rwanda Housing Authority and Guest Organisations

    Kigali, Rwanda, 19-21 September 2016

    Professor Andrew Gale and Dr Paul Chan from the School of MACE delivered a three day short course in Project Management in Kigali, Rwanda. The course was hosted by the Rwandan Housing Authority and involved seven further Rwandan organisations and was funded by the University of Manchester's Equity and Merit Scholarship Programme and the School of MACE.

    Equity and Merit Scholarships is a University of Manchester Signature Programme under the University’s Social Responsibility strategy. You can read more about Equity and Merit here.

    Dr Chan and Professor Gale are planning the next short course in Kagali for March 2017. Additionally two research grant applications have arisen as a direct consequence of this initiative. One proposal is being led by Dr Martin Gillie, for £1.2m, under the recent EPSRC Global Development Challenges call. It will address the resilience of buildings to extreme loads in ODA counties.

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