Press Coverage 2018
Abbey College Manchester students are participating in the UK Greenpower challenge, which tasks them to design, build and then race an electric car. It is a national initiative and competition run by the Greenpower Education Trust, a UK based charity.
The Abbey College Manchester Combined Studies Programme provides a different pathway to a university degree and the college has extended the number of partnerships with leading establishments across the UK in the last few months
A wonderful event took place recently to recognise the achievements of our students who will be leaving the college this summer. A number of special awards were also given for attainment, perseverance, resilience and progress.
The college and Teesside University have been working together on a new University Skills Module for sixth form students. The unique pilot project involved 13 students whose chosen topic was about designing, building, financing and marketing a wind turbine to be built at a local farm near Middlesbrough.
The college is now offering students with a passion for football the invaluable opportunity to receive a professional quality football experience, whilst studying A-Levels or the Combined Studies Programme.
Budding diplomats from Abbey College Manchester battled it out in a high-pressure United Nations summit recently, to win the much-coveted Geographical Association debate trophy.
Talented Abbey College Manchester students and staff showcased their performing talents at the annual festive Evening this week held at the the Unitarian Chapel on Cross Street.
Budding entrepreneurs and bakers at Abbey College Manchester recently organised and competed in the annual, charitable ‘Great Abbey Bake Off’.