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Middlesex University is a college in North East London, which dates back to 1878.
Over 25,000 people from 140 countries study at the university,
There is an average of 18 students per lecturer,
46% of all students are from abroad.
In addition to its main campus in London, the university also has foreign campuses in Dubai, Mauritius and Malta, where students can earn international British qualifications.
The University’s sports facilities include Fitness Pod, where there is one of the few “real tennis courts” in the world (real tennis is an original form of sport that differs from the modern equivalent).
Middlesex has recently been selected for the Brazilian Science Mobility Program – a British Government scholarship program designed to bring 10,000 Brazilian students to the UK in 10 years.
Middlesex has a personalized approach to teaching and prepares students for success in a changing world. Students develop their skills through creation and practical experience. The university is known for its cultural diversity.
– Business School is on the 209 place of the best international business schools in the world, according to the Social Science Research Network.
– In 2018, in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, Middlesex was the only contemporary London university included in the ranking of the top 500 best universities in the world.
– In Guardian University Guide in 2018, Film Production and Photography courses were recognized as the best in London.
– In Complete University Guide in 2018, Sports Science and Social Work were recognized as the best in London.
Internships and career:
Middlesex students can participate in various student exchange programs at over 100 partner institutions around the world. Internships are offered as part of studies or in parallel with studies, with options lasting from 1 week to one year. The university cooperates, among others with KPMG and the British Ministry of Justice.
The university operates the MDXcel initiative, in which students work in teams on real customer-led projects and MDXcelerator, which offers support, mentoring and incubation for start-ups.
Facilities for students:
The university has a 24-hour library that has over 1000 study places, 600 computers and 340 laptops for rent. Opened in 2018. The Science Support Zone in the Hendon library offers student meetings and workshops on diverse topics.
The courses take place in well-equipped and specialized workshops. Midwifery students use real equipment, later used at work, and students of sports sciences can work with players and coaches of the elite Saracens rugby club. Law students have access to specialist chambers at Hendon City Hall. Creative students can take advantage of television and radio studies, sound recording and an 80-point digital multimedia workshop.