Fashion at Manchester School of Art is taught within the £34 million Benzie Building, which also hosts the school's design department. The school fosters intellectual exchange between schools of art, creating an interdisciplinary environment for fashion students. The large majority of students in our survey expressed they were satisfied with their education in technical skills but did not score courses in innovation, marketing and business as highly, with both business and marketing receiving 50 percent or lower. Despite having a low academic reputation score, one hundred percent of survey participants expressed satisfaction with the quality of teachers at Manchester School of Art. The campus also scored above 90 percent in student satisfaction.
"It was a career-shaping experience which gave me lots of opportunities to create my own future and develop myself and my work. The community is great at MMU and everyone is supportive and tries to push your work to the next level. The only thing I feel would help students develop more is smaller class sizes."
"Facilities and teaching are of the highest calibre and truly support students to push the limits of their creative minds. "
"Manchester School of Art has good facilities and an outstanding staff that work very hard to help students fulfill their potential. I had the support I needed to gain confidence and do my best both creatively and academically. Toward the end of my studies I realised that more support with careers and potential fields of employment would be an area to improve."
"Very underrated school. The campus and resources provided to students are of the highest quality. Teachers are very professional and attentive to each student's individual needs. "
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