It all started in 1878, when the founding institute was created only for female education. After its merging with other universities, it was officially founded in 1992. What particularly stands out about this university is that it has campuses in different places all over the world, such as Mauritius, Dubai, and Malta. It firstly began its international activity in 1990 with its presence in Kuala Lumpur. In 2005, it opened its affiliate in Dubai, followed by Malta in 2007. Currently, around 20,000 students are enrolled to this institution.Show more
The experience at this university is very different depending on the person. In my case I never fully immersed myself in the uni life style nor did I make it the center of my life. The social life is relaxed and enjoyable if you want to take part in it but it is also very easy for you to do your own thing if you prefer. The professors, lectures and course designs aren’t always perfect but they aren’t too flawed either. The university has space to improve but it is over all a good place to go and study and can be a great experience if you want to get involved in the activities that are offered.View more
It is located in Hendon. Accessible with Northern line towards Edgware. Only 25 min in the tube and you are in central London. Although is a bit far from what some students might prefer, Hendon is a nice place that lives mainly of student life so it is a very calm residential area. I lived there for 3 years and I have to say is very quiete.
The university is just great! Everything is new and there is so many comfortable places for you to study or just hangout. There are many events, parties, societies, seminars, talks for you to engage and occupy your free time.
Lectures and Teachers
The lectures and teachers are also good. Like any university, you have good and bad teachers but the teaching is generally good and the classes are comfortable and with great conditions.
The gym is a nice little place that although small, works perfectly for the university. I used to go everyday and is rare to find it full. I also did yoga and I absolutely loved the classes with Olanna.
I also played Tennis. There are 3 tennis courts. In summer is just a nice place to be in.
I lived in the first year in Usher Halls. The halls are good. They are not new but the facilities are more than enough.
I loved my 3 years at Middlesex! The university is really nice and has so many nice places to just hangout! It is so green and just amazing! loved itView more
Great support, quality professors, interesting lectures, good resources, it includes a field trip which was very interesting. Small class size, helpful professors, good location, manageable assignmentsView more
I loved my year at Middlesex University. Our lecturers were engaging and I met a lot of interesting students who became friends. Middlesex is a really inclusive University and will recommend to anyone.View more
This is a decent uni, the social life could be improved such as the student union and events put on, however sports parties and being part of the team is great
Free printing in the library is a bonus!!!
Overall happy at this university
Middlesex University was a pleasant experience, the atmosphere was relaxed and chilled out! There are tonnes of facilities to support everybody, you can even get a job whilst studying at Mdx as a Student Assistant which I did.
However, as a biomedical student, I found that the future prospects weren’t as well explained and only a few were able to have the placement required to become IBMS Certified.
Overall I loved my experience at MDX.
I absolutely loved studying in Middlesex University as it is a great place to learn, meet new people and even spend free time and all in great comfort. Everything is thought out for the benefit of the student starting from the campus, ending with the equipment.View more