Please find below some background information about MMU and the role of Financial and Legal Services
Manchester Metropolitan University was established as a Higher Education Corporation in accordance with the provisions of the 1988 Education Reform Act and the Higher and Further Education Act 1992.
The purpose of The Manchester Metropolitan University is to advance education and learning through the conduct and support of teaching and research alongside contributing to the local and regional economy
A key part of our change agenda, which sets out the ambition to rationalise the physical estate from seven campuses to two, is to centralise and modernise student service, and enable investment in learning, teaching and research.
The plans intend to make MMU not only the first choice for students but create a world-class environment for both students and staff that will ensure MMU remains one of the UK's most popular universities.
The Department is responsible for all Financial and Legal aspects of the University. This includes matters concerning Income, Debt, links with Funding bodies, and all areas of expenditure including the management of the Capital programme.
The Management Team and staff of Financial and Legal Services, ensure that the University's Financial Strategic objectives are delivered.
For further details of the work we do, and the way in which we are organised, please follow the links to the sections at the side of this page.
Article last updated: Monday, November 2, 2015