Engage Week 2016 was a major success this year with over 225 sessions and 871 members of staff taking part in the activities ranging from sports to crafts and baking.
The unusual and innovative programme of events is run by members of staff volunteering their time and skills to teach others.
Vice-Chancellor, Prof Malcolm Press, said: “Engage Week aims to encourage you to try something new, or learn something about a different culture, community or religion. As well as being simply fun, trying new things has a direct impact on health and wellbeing and this, in turn, has positive consequences both for you as an individual and for the University.”
Take a look at some of the tweets from #EngageWeek16: https://storify.com/ManMetUni_ODT/engageweek-16