Middlesex University is a destination for students and staff who want to achieve their potential, and get the most from their professional and academic careers. It makes sense, therefore, that we have a management team run by hard-working, forward-thinking individuals and an organisational structure that's geared to deliver success.
Middlesex University is overseen by a Board of Governors and managed by the University Executive.
Our Vice-Chancellor Professor Tim Blackman heads the Executive.
We employ more than 1,700 staff, including many notable leaders in their academic field, as well as active practitioners and committed researchers.
As you look through this site, you'll find links to their personal profiles, which outline their wide range of achievements and the opportunities they bring to students.
Middlesex University has six dynamic Schools, each one a lively community of teaching and research:
Our world-class campus at Hendon also hosts The Institute for Work Based Learning, an innovative and vibrant centre of excellence that gives organisations and individuals the opportunity to showcase and harness learning in their place of work.
Middlesex's eight large, modern lecture theatres hold 100 to 350 students and are equipped with the best in multimedia technology. Built-in PCs, Visualisers, Blu-Ray players, wifi, and surround sound ensure educators have everything they need to deliver highly engaging lectures. Five of our lecture theatres are equipped with dual image projection technology and all have relay image monitors and ceiling speakers for even sound distribution.
Lecture theatres are predominantly used for teaching but also accommodate a range of university events.
Middlesex University has an impressive 74 centrally bookable seminar rooms. The rooms are equipped with new furniture and the same high-standard audio equipment as our lecture halls. Wall-mounted whiteboards are available in all seminar rooms.
We also have 11 centrally bookable micro-labs, where students can use computers as part of their seminar.
We are continually updating our IT facilities, to ensure that our students have the best and most up-to-date computers and software available to them. As a Middlesex student you will have access to hundreds of PCs and Macs on-campus, as well as open free WiFi in all areas of the campus so you can work on personal computers and mobile devices. Printing and photocopying is free for university work, and you will be supported by specialist IT staff who can provide guidance and training on computer and software use, as well as web support to help resolve any queries you may have.
We offer an IT drop-in session at the Sheppard Library every weekday where students can walk in for IT support without an appointment. We also offer 1to1 and group IT training sessions for applications and software which can be booked via our appointment booking system. A very popular service is the free 'laptops for loan' service for students which allows you to borrow a laptop for one day in the week or for the entire weekend. The laptops have full desktop software installed, printing functionality and can be used on or off campus. This service can be accessed directly by students through laptop cabinets across the Hendon campus.
Middlesex London has some of the best facilities of any university in the UK. That includes a range of beautifully designed spaces for students and staff to meet, network, socialise and relax.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Middlesex University!
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS we offer you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.