Middlesex University

The Middlesex University, which was earlier known as the Middlesex Polytechnic, attained the status of a university in the year 1992. The university has the recognition of the QAA (The Quality Assurance Agency) and has been thrice awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize.

Facts
Name of the Institution Middlesex University
Type of Institution Public
Location Middlesex University in London,

The Burroughs,

London NW4 4BT.

Tel: +44 (0)20 8411 5555

Ownership Government
Accreditation/affiliation The university has affiliations with the European University Association, Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Association of MBAs.
Courses Offered Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses in

  • Arts and Humanities
  • Finance
  • Advertising
  • Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Journalism
  • Engineering
  • Fashion
  • Education
  • MBA
  • Law

 

Departments/Branches
  • Arts and Humanities
  • Cultural Studies
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Languages and Translation Studies
  • Advertising and Public Relations
  • Dance, Music and Theater Arts
  • Criminology
  • Tourism and Hospitality Management
  • Publishing
  • Journalism
  • Engineering
  • Creative Writing
  • Environmental and Public Health
  • Film
  • Fashion
  • Social Sciences
  • Media and Television Production
  • Education
  • Art and Design
  • MBA
  • Law

 

Admission Procedure The applications can be made through both the online and offline methods. Forms can be filled online through the official website of the university.
Campus Placements The university has a placement cell that offers career service to its students.
Scholarships
  • Santander Academic Excellence Scholarship
  • International Merit awards
  • Fashion Alumni Prize
  • The Conygar Opportunity Scholarship
  • The David Tresman Caminer Postgraduate Scholarship in Business Computing
  • The Arthur Silver Award
  • The Michael Rosen Prize for Marketing
  • The Textile Alliance Scholarship for Masters in Design
  • Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme
  • Athlete Support Program
  • The BPR Scholarship for Interior Architecture and Design
  • MSc Health Psychology Scholarships

 

Fee Structure Fee for Undergraduate courses: £ 10,400 (per annum)
Eligibility Criteria Candidates will be eligible to apply for the undergraduate courses if they have completed their A/AS levels or International Baccalaureate programs. Apart from these, the following educational experience is also counted:

  • OCR National Certificate/Diploma/Extended Diploma
  • Advanced and Progression Diploma qualifications
  • BTEC National Diploma/Certificate/Award
  • Scottish Highers
  • AVCE

International candidates who do not have English as their native language will have to appear for examinations like IELTS and TOEFL.

Established in the Year The Middlesex University came into being as a result of the merging of Hornsey College of Art, Hendon Technical Institute and Ponders End Technical Institute. The amalgamation took place in the year 1973.
Website http://www.mdx.ac.uk/
Facts & Figures
  • The university’s international students account for 30% of the total number of students.
  • The university has campuses in Mauritius and Dubai.
  • The Middlesex University received the Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
  • The university received the Skillset Media Academy status in the year 2007.
  • 66% of the students pursuing full-time courses are from London.
  • The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants research grant was won by the university.
  • The College of All Saints joined Middlesex Polytechnic in the year 1978.
  • The London College of Dance merged with the Middlesex University in 1994.
  • The status Investors in People was awarded to the university in 1999.
  • The Dubai campus was opened in the year 2005.
  • The Mauritius campus was declared open in 2009.

 

Events Law Debate Series, conferences, lectures, performances by students, exhibitions, sports and seminars.
Notable alumni Ashley Isham (fashion designer), Helen Mirren (actress), Allen Jones (sculptor), James Herbert (novelist), Suzanne Moore (journalist), and Roger Glover (musician).

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