|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
|Middlesex University, London|
|Address||The Burroughs, Hendon, London NW4 4BT|
|E-mail address (International)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
BA/BSc, MA/MSc, MPhil/PhD in programmes across 4 Schools:|
|Postgraduate Courses||Advanced Diploma in Personal and Professional Development; MA Aesthetics and Art Theory; MSc Applied Psychology; PGCE Art and Design; MSc Ayurvedic Medicine; MSc Banking And Finance; MSc Biomedical Modelling and Informatics; MSc Biomedical Science (Medical Microbiology); MSc Biomedical Science (Molecular Pathology); MSc Business Information Systems Management; MSc Business Information Technology; PGCE Business Studies; MBA (Master of Business Administration); PGCert in Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health Work; Advanced Diploma in Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health Work; MSc Chinese Medicine; MA Choreography; PGCE Citizenship; MSc Computer Networks; MSc Computer Network Management; MSc Computer and Network Security; Common Professional Examination (CPE)/Graduate Diploma in Law; MSc Computer Science; MA Criminology: Crime, Conflict and Control; MSc Criminology with Forensic Psychology; MSc Data and Knowledge Engineering; PGCert Dementia Care and Practice; MSc Design Engineering; MSc Design Engineering and Manufacturing Management; MA Design For Interactive Media; PGCE Design & Technology; PGCE Drama; MSc Dual Diagnosis; PGCert Dual Diagnosis; MA Design Research; PGCE: Early Years - Foundation and Key Stage 1; PGCert Early Years Professional Studies; MA Education: Leadership Management & Change; MA Education (Developing Professional Practice, Teaching and Learning or Leadership and Management); MA Education: Inclusivity In The Arts; MSc Electronic Security and Digital Forensics; PGCE English; MSc Enterprise Management Technologies; MSc Environmental Management of Information Technology; MSc Environmental Pollution Control; MSc Financial Management; Msc Financial Management and Corporate Accountability; MA Fine Art; MSc Forensic Psychology; PGCE Geography; MA Graphic Design; MSc Health Psychology; MA Health and Social Care; MA Health and Social Marketing; MSc Housing; MA Human Resource Development; MA Human Resource Management; MA Human Resource Management and Employment Law; PGCert Inclusive Education; MA Inclusive Education; PGCE Information Communication Technology; MSc Information Security Management and Audit; MSc Interaction Design; MA Interior Architecture; MA International Business Economics; MA International Business Management; MA International Business Management For China; MA International and Cross Cultural Marketing; MSc International Finance; MA International Human Resource Management and Employment Relations; MA International Relations; MA International Tourism and Hospitality Management; MSc Internet Application Development; MA Interpreting; MSc Investment and Finance; MA Jazz Performance; LLM; LLM Business Law; LLM Employment Law; LLM International Business Law; LLM Minorities, Rights and the Law; MA Management; MSc Management; PG Cert Managing Major Projects; MSc Managing Major Projects and Programmes; MA Marketing Communications; MA Marketing Management; PGCE Mathematics; MBA; MA Media And Communications Management; MSc Mental Health Interventions; MSc Midwifery; MA Modern European Philosophy; PGCE Modern Foreign Languages; MA Music; PGCE Music; MA Moving Image: Film Video Interactive Arts; MSc Work Based Learning (Professional Network Engineering); MSc Nursing; MSc Nursing (Specialist Practice); MSc Obstetric and Gynaecological Science; MSc Occupational Safety and Health Management; MA Philosophy and Contemporary Critical Theory; PGCE Physical Education; MA Popular Music; PGCert/MSc Project Management (Managing Major Projects and Programmes); MSc Primary Care (Specialised Pathway) Rila; PGCE Primary Education; MSc Work Based Learning (Professional Network Engineering); MA Professional Practice (Creative Arts); MA Psychoanalysis; Graduate Diploma in Psychology; DipAdv Pre-Prepared Traditional Chinese Herbal Formulae; MSc Research Methods for Business and Management; MSc Risk Management; PGCE Science; MA Social Policy; MA Social Policy And Development; MSc Social Science Research Methods; MA Social Work; MSc Software Engineering; MA Sonic Arts; MSc Strategic Management and Marketing; MSc Strength & Conditioning; PGCert Supporting the Dyslexic Learner in HE/FE; MA Sustainable Design; MA Sustainable Development; MA Sustainable Environmental Management; MSc Sustainable Environmental Management; MA Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages; MA Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages with Applied Linguistics; MSc Telecommunication Engineering; MA Theory and Practice of Translation; MA International Tourism and Hospitality Management; MSc Web Information Management; MSc Work Based Learning (Professional Network Engineering); MA Writing; MA Youth Justice, Community Safety and Applied Criminology|
|Type of courses||
Full time |
Part time for EU citizens only
|Length of Programmes||
3 year Bachelor programmes |
1 year Master programmes
|Date of commencement||
Programmes commence in September and January|
No deadlines apply
|Class sizes (average)||
Undergraduate: 30-300 |
|Accomodation||Private bedrooms, most with private shower/wc. All with internet connection and secure entry.|
BA/BSc: EU = £3225, International = £9400 |
MA/MSc: EU = from £5000, International from £9600
|Student grants / Financial assistance||£500 / £1000 / £1500 Scholarships available|
|Top recruiters of our graduates||Contact email@example.com for top recruiters in each country|
|Exchange Partner Schools/Programmes||Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details in each country|
BA/BSc: IELTS 6.0, TOEFL IBT 82 |
MA/MSc: IELTS 6.5, TOEFL IBT 90
Exceptionally, some programmes require higher grades
1.Countries of origin:
Students represented from 200 countries. |
2. Ratio Men/Women: Women 58%/Men 42%
3. Age Range: 14% over 30
48% 20 or below
4. Average Age: 20 years
Middlesex University has four Schools:
The Business School offers programmes in the fields of Marketing, Law, Management, Business Studies, Economics, Accounting & Finance, Banking, Tourism and Human Resource Management.
The School of Art & Education offers programmes in all areas of the Arts (Graphics, Animation, Fashion, Jewellery, Interior Architecture, etc), Performing Arts (Music, Drama and Dance) and Education.
The School of Engineering & Information Sciences has four departments with a wide range of programmes in each: Business Information Systems, Computer Communications, Computing and Multimedia Technology and Product Design and Engineering.
The School of Health & Social Sciences offers programmes in Sports Science, Biological and Biomedical Science, Psychology, Criminology, Complementary Medicine, Environmental Health, and Health-related programmes.
Middlesex University is committed to ensuring our students acquire the very highest level of academic knowledge, specialist competencies and graduate skills to equip them for the demanding employment market. With this in mind, we have designed programmes with employer-focused options:
1. We offer one-year sandwich options for most of our programmes, allowing students to work in supervised ‘placements’ where they gain workplace skills, earn a reasonable salary and work with tutors to contextualise their work with their studies. Our London location offers top jobs in world-class organisations.
2. We offer a wide range of European and international exchanges with world class institutions.
3. Many of our programmes are accredited by professional bodies (eg. Law Society, British Psychological Society, Skillset Media Academy, and many more) to ensure our curricula match the needs of employers.
4. We have a specialist Careers Service to help students and graduates apply for work.
The Business School
Our student body includes over 3,500 students enrolled on undergraduate programmes, over 1,300 students enrolled on taught postgraduate programmes, and 60 doctoral students. In addition, we have around 500 students and clients on short professional courses. We have worked with major corporations to small local businesses in partnerships that include in-house training and development, knowledge transfer and student consultancy projects.
Our impressive, newly-refurbished campus is in north-west London, around 20 minutes from the centre of the city. It benefited from more than £66 million in investment recently and includes brand new lecture theatres, seminar rooms, laboratories, social spaces and library.
The School of Arts & Education
The work of the School is respected both nationally and internationally. Our approach is both liberal and innovative, embracing many contemporary ideas as well as those traditionally associated across the disciplines.
Research in the School encompasses electronic arts; fine art; the history and theory of visual culture; architectural design; textiles; fashion and the decorative arts; visual communication and design; performing arts, including dance, music, and theatre studies; philosophy and religious studies, modern language studies, English literary and language studies, communication, culture and media studies; politics and international studies, teacher training and technology education. Our students are highly regarded for their creativity and commitment.
Our large range of innovative courses have been designed and are taught by leading artists, designers, writers, media professionals, teachers and researchers to name a few. Our School aims to prepare people for opportunities at the heart of the Arts and Education sector.
Major investment in our studios, workshops and teaching facilities make Middlesex a great choice: In the ‘National Student Survey 2006’ students voted Middlesex University Art & Design as the ‘Top London University’ in terms of student satisfaction for our learning resources facilities.
The School of Engineering & Information Sciences
The School of Engineering and Information Sciences is one of the largest in the UK, with more than 1000 students from a rich diversity of backgrounds, ages and countries. Research in the School is conducted in many areas but in particular in networks, graphics, databases, systems analysis and human computer interaction, with a large number of doctoral and post doctoral researchers. Both within and outside the research centres are a large number of informal and self-organising research groups, which make it possible for staff and students with shared interests to exchange ideas, information and enthusiasms.
Our computer equipment is extensive, ranging from specialist equipment, to workstations, PCs and Macs. Each campus has a library providing areas for private and group study. All our students are encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning and to develop the ability to argue individually and think independently. Group projects help to provide invaluable experience for the workplace. After graduation our students usually pursue computer related careers in the business, industry and financial sectors with many joining software houses or IT departments in large organisations.
The School of Health & Social Sciences
Last autumn, Middlesex University officially opened its brand new, state-of-the-art biomedical research and teaching laboratories, which will provide the next generation of scientific instrumentation for molecular analysis in the post-genomic era. The facilities will support current scientific research that now focuses on proteomics rather than genomics. Worth £3 million, the analytical laboratories match and in some cases surpass those provided by many UK medical schools, and the recent opening was in stark contrast to high-profile closures of science departments at other universities.
Middlesex aims to be a global University. Based in North London, Middlesex recruits widely across the world, and works in partnership to deliver outstanding higher education in many countries. As well as 25,000 students on our London campuses, we also have over 7,000 students studying on Middlesex University programmes around the world. In 2005 we opened our first overseas campus in Dubai.
Since 2000 we have been engaged in a campus redevelopment programme which has seen significant improvements on our main Hendon campus. An ambitious programme of development of the Hendon campus continues.
Over the next ten years Middlesex University will develop its role as a leading London-based international university, championing a socially inclusive approach to participation in higher education. We will deliver outstanding academic and training programmes on our campuses in London and around the world, enabling those who choose to study at Middlesex to transform their lives and shape their own futures. We work hard to prepare our students to be professional, skilled individuals fitted for the modern world, committed to lifelong learning and able to contribute to the communities in which they live and work.
At Middlesex we always put the needs, welfare and experience of our students first. We place a high value on developing a mature approach to learning in which students are encouraged to challenge conventional wisdom, handle complexity and benefit from difference and diversity.
We are pioneers in the development of new knowledge, scholarly understanding and professional practice to promote innovation in the curriculum and support the sustainable development of business and the wider community. We celebrate the rich cultural and international diversity of the University’s community, drawing on its benefits in the design of our programmes. We are committed to an adaptive culture through the development of talented, highly skilled and motivated staff, effective governance, management and leadership and beneficial collaboration with other institutions in London and internationally.
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