We teach 40,000 students on Middlesex courses at our campuses in London, Dubai and Mauritius and with prestigious academic partners across the world. From September 2013 we will also welcome students to our new campus in Malta.
We have a reputation for the highest quality teaching, research that makes a real difference to people’s lives and a practical, innovative approach to working with businesses to develop staff potential and provide solutions to business issues.
Our expertise is wide ranging, from art and design, business and health and education; to law, media and performing arts and science and technology.
Why we’re here
Our goal is to grow our worldwide community of successful Middlesex graduates who make vital contributions to the societies in which they live and work, and to be the preferred university partner for business.
Our vision is to be internationally excellent in all we do, in teaching, research and knowledge transfer. We will be recognised for excellence in research, outstanding teaching, the achievement of our students and our commitment to a high quality student experience.
What we do
We put our students first
We nurture and unlock the talent and skills of our students. We invest in our expert staff and state of the art learning and research facilities. Our researchers teach and our teachers research, applying internationally-rated research and real life issues to the classroom, ensuring learning is practical and relevant.
Services for business
We work with businesses and organisations to develop solutions to grow and develop their staff to realise their potential. With our wide-ranging, cross-sector expertise we provide consultancy, bespoke training and courses and research.
Research with an external focus
Our research makes a real difference in the world. Our work does not stop at our campus boundaries. Students and staff are encouraged to collaborate with industry partners, professional bodies and other organisations.
We have expert researchers working in a diverse range of areas from vaccines for cancer to investigations of human rights abuses, human behaviour and artificial intelligence.