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Britain’s First Chair in Structural Engineering

The Manchester College of Science and Technology was created by Royal Charter in 1955. The former Municipal College of Technology has been absorbed in the new College and the Royal Charter also preserves the existing relationship with the University of Manchester under which the Faculty of Technology was established in the College in 1905.