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  • Postgraduate
  • Online
  • Sep-2018
  • 1 Year

...gaps in the market and how to approach agents and publishers. Through our online campus you can access the support of our experts while interacting with others on the course... Learn about: creative exploration, self reflection, creative process... More


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Master of Business Administration MBA - Distance Learning course
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  • Postgraduate
  • Distance Learning
  • Sep-2018
  • 2 Years

...when such models are useful in the industry. Operations Management We aim to offer in depth exploration of the operations function, emphasising those issues... Learn about: Skills and Training, Information Management, Business and Administration... More


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English Language and Media (Final Year Entry) BA Honours course in London
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  • Bachelor's degree
  • London
  • Sep-2018
  • 1 Year
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...between language and media work. You will look at the creation of meaning, particularly in terms of contemporary media. You will also work on your independent... Learn about: Advanced English, Business English, British Literature... More


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English Language Courses in London
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  • Course
  • London
  • Sep-2018
  • 5 Weeks

...Friday 18 November Fee £300 Apply now SUM0127 IELTS Preparation Weekend Course This course offers 30 hours tuition over five weeks Dates Saturday Times... Learn about: Communication techniques, Communication Training, Skills and Training... More


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  • PhD
  • London
  • October

...and develop supplementary skills. They also advise on subject reading, relevant taught courses, research seminars and workshops. Support whenever you... Learn about: Public Law, Human Rights, International law... More


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  • Master
  • London
  • Sep-2018
  • 1 Year

...and researchers and explore new paths for your practice. By the end of this module you will have produced a detailed research proposal that relates... Learn about: Dance Performance, Dance Technique Pedagogy, Dance Science... More


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Opinions (63)

Fashion BA with Foundation Year

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Yanki Leung .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight A delightful course. This course has helped me think wider and go further. This new way of thinking has helped direct my career progression.

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Fashion Textiles BA Honours

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Kerry Francis .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight I have had such a great experience at Middlesex University. I really like the diversity the course has offered me.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Fine Art BA Honours

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Amy Honour .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight Middlesex University has everything you need to be successful, and some of the best resources and facilities. I would highly recommend it to anyone.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Art and Social Practice MA

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Clare Walter .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight Middlesex has superb facilities for art and design. I viewed a number of university fine art departments before applying and it seemed to me that Middlesex had amongst, in some respects absolutely, the best technical facilities in London. I was also impressed with the time and trouble that teaching staff took with me. One of the strengths of the course is our relationship with the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts), where we participate in a variety of research-related events.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Graphic Design BA Honours

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Sebastian Koseda .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight I graduated with a diverse but commercially viable portfolio that design studios really respect.

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Illustration BA Honours

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Alex Moore .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight I had a look round the Illustration department during an open day and was blown away by the quality of the work on show. Thanks to this event I decided to enroll in and I don't regret it, Middlesex is a superb University and I recommend it 100%!!!

What could be improved Everything was fine!

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Interior Architecture BA Honours

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Angeles Martinez .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight I was excited to learn about meeting the demands of architecture without neglecting the artistic side of the process.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Photography BA Honours

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Asef Ali Mohammad .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight I’ve seen students get published ... and exhibited at places like the National Portrait Gallery – it sets the bar high, inspires, and gives you something to aim for.

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Product Design BA/BSc Honours

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Jonathan Joanes .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight Overall a very positive experience. One of the best things about the course is that we work on a lot of live briefs for real clients. These projects really help build up our portfolios, and at the end of the day this is one of the most valuable things we will have when we graduate.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Accounting and Finance BA Honours

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Danny Spencer .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight Middlesex puts effort into helping you as a student, to create the best possible career opportunities for your future.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Banking and Finance BSc Honours

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Ana Starciuc .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight The course is complex, stimulating, challenging, exciting and rewarding. I’m proud of my HRM report that analyses the internal and external environment of an organisation.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Business Management (Finance) BA Honours

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Peter Fernandes .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight Every aspect of the course is exciting. It has helped me discover my strengths and weaknesses in order to become a more effective leader in the future.

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Accounting and Finance BA Honours

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Thomas Papanagiotou .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight I enjoyed the excellent teaching and the diversity of my fellow students. My tutors were qualified accountants with many years of sector experience.

What could be improved Everything was fine!

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Business Economics (Year 2/3 Entry) BSc Honours

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Gagandeep Dhillon .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight I would highly recommend Middlesex as it offers not only a fantastic degree, but the support structure to create a fantastic learning environment.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Business Economics (Year 2/3 Entry) BSc Honours

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Kamrul H. Choudhury .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight The degree was a platform to start my career in banking with the Royal Bank of Scotland, and the London ‘experience’ was life-enriching

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Marketing BA Honours

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Ugne Mikucionyte .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight The content of the course is brilliant, from principles of marketing to public relations.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

International Tourism Management BA Honours

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Naila Malik .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight The broad selection of modules allowed me to tailor my course according to my desired career path.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

International Tourism Management BA Honours

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08/03/2017
What I would highlight I really enjoyed meeting people from different backgrounds and cultures. Having a diverse range of students made class debates much more interesting.

What could be improved All good.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Computer Forensics BSc Honours

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Donna Fong .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight My year at Middlesex was excellent. I was absolutely delighted to be contacted by my placement company before I graduated and asked to work as a permanent staff member.

What could be improved Nothing.

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Computer Systems Engineering BEng (Hons)/Meng

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Boris Sieklik .
08/03/2017
What I would highlight I found studying at Middlesex to be a great experience, from the incredibly knowledgeable lecturers to the level of access I had to industry equipment.

What could be improved Everything was fine!

Course taken: March 2017 | Would you recommend this course? Yes.

Location

  • London
    The Burroughs

Teachers and trainers (3)

Ms Jan Williams
Ms Jan Williams
PV-C Dean of Health & Education

Psychology and sociology applied to health and illness. Epidemiology and health care provision/education. Interprofessional collaborative working. Power and gender relations in health issues and personal circumstance and health. Study into positioning of women as the invisible victims of coronary heart disease. Comparative analysis of experiences of incoming and outgoing nursing students participating in Erasmus/Socrates Mobility Programme. Alternative assessment methods to enhance learning - peer teaching, peer and self assessment. Learner managed learning and negotiated learning.

Prof Carole-Anne Upton
Prof Carole-Anne Upton
PVC Executive Dean - Faculty of Arts & Creative Industries

Professor Upton leads the School of Media and Performing Arts at Middlesex. She joined the University in 2012 as Dean and Professor of Theatre. Prior to joining the University she held the Chair in Drama at the University of Ulster and was previously a lecturer in Drama and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Hull. She has published in the areas of translation for performance, directing, documentary and verbatim theatre and contemporary theatre practice. She is particularly interested in theatre in Ireland and Northern Ireland and theatre.

Prof Joshua Castellino
Prof Joshua Castellino
Professor of Law & Dean School of Law & Business School

Joshua Castellino is Professor of Law & Dean of the School of Law, as well as the Business School at Middlesex University, London. He is also Adjunct Professor of Law at the Irish Centre for Human Rights, Galway, Ireland. Joshua has taught a range of subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate level in different jurisdictions. Among these subjects are: Constitutional Law, European Union Law, Tort Law, Contract Law, (undergraduate) and International Relations, International Organizations, World Trade Law, Post-Conflict Studies,

All the information on Middlesex University

History

Middlesex University has a long and proud history as a provider of high quality education in north London. Its roots were formed in 1878 when St Katherine's College opened in Tottenham, followed by the famous Hornsey School of Arts and Crafts in 1882 and the Ponders End Technical Institute in 1901. The first educational institution to be located on the site of Middlesex's current flagship campus in Hendon – the Hendon Technical Institute – opened in The Burroughs, Hendon in 1939. Following the Second World War, there was a huge need for teachers in the UK, and the Trent Park College of Education opened in 1947. Middlesex still trains teachers at Trent Park today. 1962 saw the opening of the New College of Speech and Drama. In 1968, the year of the student protests, Hornsey School of Arts and Crafts was the scene of the most significant student protest in the UK. In 1973, most of these Colleges joined together to form Middlesex Polytechnic, with others following in 1974....

Description

Middlesex University is a large London university, with two further campuses overseas, in Dubai and Mauritius. Our history in higher education dates from 1878 and in 1992 we were granted the royal charter making us a university. Our flagship campus at Hendon in north London and our three other campuses nearby offer a broad range of courses through our four academic schools of Arts and Education, Business, Engineering and Information Sciences, Health and Social Sciences and our Institute for Work Based Learning.We have invested heavily in our campuses over the last few years and we are now building a state-of-the-art, environmentally sustainable new home for our arts and media courses at our flagship Hendon campus.We have invested significantly in our research staff and facilities and this was reflected in the latest Research Assessment Exercise which found that 77 per cent of our research was “internationally recognised”. ...