Emile has been designed by experts from Manchester Metropolitan University’s Faculty of Education and School of Computing.
Manchester Metropolitan University developed initially as a centre of Technology, Art and Design from Manchester Mechanics’ Institution (1824) and Manchester School of Design (1838).
Later schools of Commerce (founded 1889), Education (f. 1878) and Domestic Science (f. 1880) were added along with colleges at Didsbury, Crewe, Alsager and the former Domestic and Trades College (f. 1911), latterly Hollings College.
Now Manchester Metropolitan University is the third most popular university in terms of applications in the UK.
Manchester Metropolitan University’s Faculty of Education is one of the foremost teacher training institutions in the North of England and has been training teachers for over 100 years.
The Faculty of Education has over 200 academic staff and is currently teaching around 6,000 students in partnership with over 1,500 schools, colleges and education related organisations. This faculty is one of Europe’s largest European education facilities training.
It operates principally out of the £139 million purpose-built Brooks Building and has specialist departments in Primary Teacher Education and Educational Innovation.
Manchester Metropolitan University’s School of Computing, Mathematics & Digital Technology (School of Computing) has well-established links with industry and commerce; and a track record of academic staff working closely with organisations on a broad range of projects that draw upon the School’s expertise. In particular, the school has a track record of success through the commercialisation of research ideas, for example, their ground-breaking work in conversational agents and lie detection systems.
The School of Computing offers degree courses in games design and development; and as such has experts in web technology and application development with world class creative skills.