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Middlesex University's cosmopolitan and modern campus in the city of London offers its diverse student community the chance to develop a broader perspective. Middlesex is a global centre of learning, with campuses in London, Dubai, Malta, and Mauritius. Students benefit from practice-led teaching and key industry links to help them discover their potential and develop the skills required to succeed in their chosen career.

Urban
Urban

In a town

Suburban
Suburban

On the outskirts of a city or town

Campus
Campus

The university (including student accommodation, teaching, and leisure facilities) is located on one site

Full Service
Full Service

Offers degrees in a wide range of subjects

UCAS Code: M80

League Table Scores

  • Entry Standards
    Entry Standards

    The average UCAS tariff score of new students entering the university.

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    119
  • Student Satisfaction
    Student Satisfaction

    A guide to how satisfied students are with the quality of teaching they receive.

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    4.00 / 5.00
  • Research Quality
    Research Quality

    A measure of the quality of the research undertaken in the university.

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    2.58 / 4.00
  • Research Intensity
    Research Intensity

    A measure of the proportion of staff involved in high-quality research in the university.

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    0.35 / 1.00
  • Graduate Prospects
    Graduate Prospects

    A guide to the employability of graduates on completion of their courses at the university.

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    59.0 / 100.0
  • Student-Staff Ratio
    Student-Staff Ratio

    The average staffing levels at the university.

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    16.6
  • Academic Services Spend
    Academic Services Spend

    A guide to how much the university spends on supporting services such as libraries and IT.

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    2,656
  • Facilities Spend
    Facilities Spend

    A guide to how much the university spends on supporting facilities such as the careers service, health and counselling services and sport facilities.

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    424
  • Good Honours
    Good Honours

    The percentage of graduates achieving a first or upper second class honours degree – the class of degree achieved can impact a graduate’s employment prospects.

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    67.4 / 100.0
  • Degree Completion
    Degree Completion

    The proportion of students expected to successfully complete their studies and gain a degree from the university.

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    72.8 / 100.0

Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)

TEF Silver is awarded to institutions that deliver high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for their students, and consistently exceed "rigorous national quality requirements" for higher education in the UK. Find out more about TEF.

Student Statistics

Student population

Small
<5,000
Medium
5–10,000
Large
10–25,000
Largest
>25,000

Level of study

  • Undergraduate 76%
  • Postgraduate 24%

Mode of study

  • Full Time 79%
  • Part Time 21%

Where students come from

  • UK 77%
  • EU 9%
  • Other 14%

Student gender

  • Male 40%
  • Female 60%

Undergraduate Courses

Type of Qualification:

Mode of study:

Student Services and Facilities

Library

  • Open 24 hours a day, the library has over 1,000 study spaces, 600 student computers and 340 laptops for loan, as well as free Wi-Fi, printing, and photocopying for academic work. Group study spaces can be pre-booked, and students get free e-books for core reading.
  • Expert advice is available from Studyhub – a dedicated team of librarians, academic advisers and IT specialists who can help with everything from referencing a book to submitting assignments online.
  • Distance learning library support is provided for UK registered students and staff who are unable to visit the campus on a regular basis or at all. This includes postal delivery of books from the Middlesex university collection; electronic delivery of photocopied journal articles and book chapters (as permitted by British copyright law); and general help with the search for materials and use of library systems. Library support for disabled students includes practical support, assistive technology and equipment and loan privileges.

Student jobs

  • The university offers students the option of part-time work through its Unitemps service, helping students learn and develop skills, enhance their CV and greatly increase their graduate employment prospects in a competitive jobs market.
  • For international students who would like to work during term-time, the team at Unitemps are familiar with visa restrictions and can advise on suitable opportunities.
  • The university offers a range of rewarding, flexible and enjoyable part-time work both on and off campus. All part-time jobs can easily be fitted around studies and holidays. Please refer to the Unitemps website for further information.

Careers advice

  • Middlesex University provides a range of opportunities and services to support students' career development. Students are encouraged to use the services to ensure they are prepared for their future, whether their ambition is to find a graduate job, create their own business or continue studying.
  • The Employability Service, MDXworks, has experienced on-campus and online advisers who provide one-to-one and lifelong employability support. Students contacting the team get personalised advice and guidance to help achieve their graduate goals. MDXworks on-campus team can discuss and explore employment options for current MDX students, and give support with securing work experience placements, internships, and graduate jobs. Support is also available via telephone, email, and webchat (Skype).
  • There is also access to a diverse range of employment opportunities, with increased student and employer interactivity via collaborative employer events.

Health services

  • Middlesex University recognises the importance of improving and maintaining students' overall well-being. A range of activities, initiatives and events promoting various aspects of health take place throughout the year, alongside the provision of services, information, and resources to support students' health and well-being.
  • In addition, the university has close links with local NHS providers and local charities.

Counselling services

  • The Counselling and Mental Health team offers counselling or psychological therapy, as well as mental health guidance, support, and casework.
  • The team comprises counsellors, psychotherapists, Cognitive Behavioural Therapists and mental health advisers. Support is provided through one-to-one appointments, daily drop-in sessions, group workshops and group therapy.
  • Information on and referral to other services is available where appropriate; and further support can be accessed through a range of online resources.

Disability support

  • The Disability and Dyslexia Service enables the university to provide an inclusive teaching and learning environment for all students, including those with hearing loss, visual impairment, mobility difficulties, medical conditions, mental health issues, Asperger syndrome and specific learning differences such as dyslexia or dyspraxia.
  • Disability advisers can provide advice on course-related adjustments, assist with applications for Disabled Students' Allowances and the subsequent needs assessment, liaise with tutors and funding authorities, and arrange special provision during examinations.
  • Support and guidance are provided through one-to-one appointments and daily drop-in sessions.

Other services and facilities

  • Face-to-face drop-in service, UniHelp, supports students with any challenges students might encounter, whether it is IT, academic writing or general student advice.
  • Other facilities include social spaces (MDX House), gym facilities (The Fitness Pod) and course facilities. These include specialist workshops, performance and exhibition spaces for the arts; industry-standard equipment and high-tech simulators for use in science; specialist chambers at Hendon Town Hall for law students; and sports and exercise facilities at the home Saracens Rugby Club, offering the opportunity to work with elite players and coaches.

Students' Union

  • In 2017, Middlesex University Students' Union (MDXSU) was awarded NUS Students' Union of the Year in recognition of their dedication to representing and supporting students – including innovative campaigns and the effective representation of students at course level and within liberation groups (LGBT+, BME, women and disabled students).
  • To help students make the most of their time at the university, MDXSU organises a packed social events calendar – including a month of Freshers' events attended by over 6,000 new and returning students. They also support over 90 societies and groups, each offering events and opportunities for students with shared interests and backgrounds.
  • The union is committed to helping students gain new skills and build their employability alongside their studies, offering paid, part-time, London Living Wage internships and placements, as well as the chance to volunteer locally or even abroad. Students can attend free workshops and leadership residentials or one of several careers fairs which the Students' Union organises every year.

History

  • For over 130 years, Middlesex University has been a place of learning, determined to improve the world through teaching, research, and the exchange of knowledge.
  • Its origins go back to 1878, when St Katherine's College first opened its doors. Seven additional colleges and training institutions across North London followed, coming together to form Middlesex Polytechnic in 1973. In 1992, Middlesex was awarded the title of university by Royal Assent.
  • In 2005, the university opened its first overseas campus in Dubai, followed by two campuses located in Malta and Mauritius.

Fascinating Fact

  • Middlesex University's alumni include X Factor and Radio 2 presenter, Dermot O'Leary.

Notable Alumni and Famous Faces

  • Russell Kane – comedian.
  • Gemma Whelan – comedian and Game of Thrones actress.
  • Dermot O'Leary – TV and radio presenter.
  • Alan Carr – comedian and TV personality.
  • Fil Kamps – elite deaf football player for Great Britain.
  • Joe Joyce – boxing Olympic medallist.
  • Baroness Lola Young OBE – parliamentarian, awarded an OBE for her services to black British history.
  • Suzanne Moore – award-winning columnist at The Guardian.
  • Lutalo Muhammad – European Taekwondo champion and Olympic bronze medallist.
  • Freema Agyeman – Doctor Who and Torchwood actress.

Address

Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London , NW4 4BT