The more you pack into your life as a student at Middlesex, the more you'll get out
Our 13 clubs and societies reflect the diverse nature of our student body, with everything from Bollywood to Mauritian Sega. Get involved in the social side of student life while developing your skills in debating, music or being part of our football team.
Create one of your own
If your ideal society does not exist, setting it up will be easy with administrative support from us every step of the way.
Something for everyone
Our campus is always buzzing with live music and other events throughout the year where you can soak up the festive atmosphere.
There's always something to match your interests from Freshers' Week to the end of term.
Support for your course and career
We also host events on campus such as career open doors, to boost your job prospects and help you do better on your course. You can specifically look forward to careers fairs, postgraduate study events and talks about your subject.
Choose from part-time work opportunities on and off campus that fit around your studies and holidays. International students aged 16 or more holding a student visa of at least one year of validity are eligible to work a maximum of 20 hours per week in a part-time job, as per the rules and regulations imposed by the Passport and Immigration Office and the Ministry of Labour, Industries and Employment.
Our on-campus employability service is here to:
Get employment advice
Contact our Employability Officer - Dalilah Kalla.
Middlesex students want to make a difference. We support charities, raise money and get involved in the local community. Volunteering provides a sense of relief by getting off campus for a few hours every now and then, and devoting yourself to something productive that allows you to take their mind away from the pressures of university life.
If you want to give your time to a good cause, we'll find an opportunity to suit you – like setting up your own fundraising event.
At Middlesex, we come from all over the world and we celebrate our different backgrounds and religions. We encourage you to connect with your faith when you study with us. There is a multi-faith room on campus and we're here to support you with any other facilities that you need.
We also celebrate and hold a variety of religion-specific and multi-faith activities, programs and events on campus.
You'll study and socialise with students from all over the world on campus. Your new friends will open your mind to different viewpoints and new ideas - so you start to think differently.
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