Each is just a short hop from Central London, and has its own distinctive personality, from the cutting edge modernity of Hendon to the beautiful Parkland setting of Trent Park.
Our Campuses has spacious learning environment - traditional landscaped spaces within urban settings - quite rare for a London University.
This gives our students more space to think.
Our year long modules which instill a deeper level of understanding, allow you more time to learn.
We pioneered student work placements, and continue to offer an outstanding range of placements and overseas exchanges
List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College
The School is organised into four academic departments:
- Science and Engg.
- Life Sciences
Name of the Program
PG AND UG
Accounting and Finance
Art and Design
Business and Management
Computing and IT
Dance, Music and Theatre Arts
Education: Professional Programmes
Environment and Sustainable Development
Human Resource Management
Interpreting and Translation
MBA (Masters of Business Administration)
Media, Culture and Communication
Nursing, Midwifery and Health
Political and International Studies
Public Health Risk and Safety
Sport and Exercise Science
Teaching and Education
Tourism and Hospitality Management
Work Based Learning
Middlesex University is committed to developing awards to assist individual postgraduate students further their education with us. Middlesex awards are available to postgraduate students and fall into four categories.
These scholarships reward academic, sporting or community/cultural excellence with up to £2,000 per year for up to three years for full-time students (pro-rata for part-time students) and are open to international and UK/EU students.
Chancellor's Scholarship Award for Academic Achievement
Applicants for an academic award must have achieved excellent results in examinations, performances or similar academic projects. Awards are made in recognition of achievement in areas of relevance to the study programmes already undertaken or planned by the candidate.
The academic progress of scholars will be reviewed each year and scholars must be able to demonstrate continued academic performance to retain their award. PhD scholars must provide a letter from the director of students each year that confirms ongoing academic excellence.
Chancellor's Scholarship Award for Sporting Achievement
Applicants for a sports award must be academically qualified for entry to the University and must be a member of a significant national squad or youth squad or an elite sports club at premier level. Sports coaching and management achievements will also be taken into consideration.
Chancellor's Scholarship Award for Community/Cultural Excellence
Applicants for a community/cultural activity award must be academically qualified for entry to the University, and must have contributed significantly to substantial community/cultural projects, for instance through voluntary work.
Deadline: 30 June 2010
You can either send it direct to the scholarship office at the University in London, or submit it to your nearest Middlesex University regional office for forwarding to London. These offices cover many regions worldwide. Unfortunately you can't hold a Chancellor's Scholarship and an Academic Alumni Scholarship simultaneously.
International Merit Awards
Middlesex University is renowned for offering unrivalled support to International students and gives out scholarships and merit awards to International students totalling around £1,000,000 each year.
Middlesex University has a fixed number of International Merit Awards available to all potential postgraduate international students. Awards will be given on a case-by-case basis and successful candidates will have the award amount deducted from their tuition fees when they enrol. Students can apply for these awards through their Regional Office or the International Admissions Office in London. You must apply and receive confirmation of an International Merit Award before the commencement of your studies.
Alumni Bursary – for previous Middlesex students
The Alumni bursary is available to all students who completed their first degree at Middlesex and have an offer for a further programme (Note: some programmes are excluded). The bursary provides recipients a 10 per cent reduction in course tuition fees and must be claimed prior to each year of study. There is no application process for the Alumni Bursary and eligibility will be verified at enrolment.
Academic Alumni Scholarship – for previous Middlesex students
The Academic Alumni Scholarship is awarded on academic merit. It was established to recognise excellent academic achievement and to encourage and assist academically able students to progress to postgraduate study. The scholarship provides recipients a 20 per cent reduction in course tuition fees for every year of academic study.
This scholarship is available to all students who are working towards completing or have acheived their first degree at Middlesex University with First Class Honours, including from study at a partner college. Applicants must go on to enrol upon a course of Postgraduate study within three years of graduating.
The Academic Alumni Scholarship and the Alumni bursary cannot be held in conjunction with any other Middlesex Award or Scholarship. Current Middlesex postgraduate research students who meet the criteria are also eligible to apply. An Alumni Award cash reward may also be considered for postgraduate students who have course funding from other scholarships external to the University at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee.
The deadline for applications is 30 July 2010 and can be submitted as soon as a programme of study is selected.
Alumni Awards and Scholarship applications
To apply for an award you must submit an application form, together with supporting documentation by 30 July 2010 for September 2010 entry and 30 October for January 2010 entry. You should send your completed application directly to the University Scholarship Office in London
Work Based Learning Scholarships
Work Based Learning Scholarships are open to those from the EU/UK who are working in the UK voluntary and community sector (including organisations with registered charitable status) and who apply for a Masters degree in work based studies or a doctorate (DProf). There are three scholarships on offer.
Sept 2011 intake
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