Middlesex University has six schools: Business, Art & Design, Health & Education, Law, Media & Performing Arts; Science & Technology, and the Institute for Work Based Learning. The university has a reputation for the highest quality teaching, research that makes a real difference to people’s lives and a practical, innovative approach to working with businesses to develop staff potential and provide solutions to business issues. Their expertise is wide ranging, from art and design, business, health and education; to law, media and performing arts and science and technology.
Middlesex is a thriving global university with an ambitious vision for the future. They teach 38,500 students on career-focused courses at their campuses in London, Dubai, Mauritius and Malta with prestigious academic partners and over 1,900 staff across the world.
Their outstanding teaching, research and knowledge transfer make a real difference to people’s lives worldwide, while their foresighted approach to industry collaboration provides key advantages to their students, staff and business partners alike.
Middlesex University delivers vocational degrees that prepare students for the world of work. In light of the need to develop student’s employability skills an enterprise development hub was set up called EDH@MDX. EDH@MDX is staffed with people all of whom have extensive experience of setting up and running their own small businesses. The aims of EDH@MDX coincide with the strategy of both the Europe 2020 initiative and the UK’s push to utilize entrepreneurship as one way of creating economic growth. EDH@MDX focuses of providing face to face support and advice to students across the university and local further education colleges. This support and advice focuses on the establishment of micro and small businesses as an alternative to unemployment.