Three times winner of the Queen's Anniversary Prize, Middlesex University is in north-west London and is home to over 24,000 students. Double recipient of the Queen's Award for Enterprise for its international work, the international student community is represented from over 140 countries across the globe.
The history of the university can be traced back to 140 years, where St Katharine's College was established as a Teacher Training College for women. Having merged with several institutes over the years, the Middlesex University attained its university status in 1992.
Located at the heart of London, International students gets a chance to experience multiculturalism in the truest sense of the term. The university has four faculties, namely, Faculty of Science and Technology, Faculty of Business and Law, Health, Faculty of Social Care and Education and the Faculty of the Arts and Creative Industries.
Acknowledging the unique needs of each student, the university adopts a personalized approach to learning and research and learning at Middlesex University is designed to be a multi-dimensional collaborative exercise.
Practice based hands on learning and research driven curriculum has been instrumental in creating highly employable graduates at Middlesex University. Professional expertise of the university’s team of distinguished academic faculty and their industry connections helps in skills enhancement and adaptability to an ever-changing work environment.
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The university is actively committed in its support to the community through development of new technology, partnering for solutions for the alleviation of poverty through women’s entrepreneurship amongst a host of other programs.
Middlesex University’s commitment to providing world-class education is guided by its strategic objectives - Inspiring success, Practice based learning, Vibrant Student Experience, Values driven culture, Research that benefits students, Building Support for Mission.