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Our people

Leading the University forward

Middlesex University is a destination for students and staff who want to achieve their potential, and get the most from their professional and academic careers. It makes sense, therefore, that we have a management team run by hard-working, forward-thinking individuals and an organisational structure that's geared to deliver success.

Middlesex University is overseen by a Board of Governors and managed by the University Executive.

Our Vice-Chancellor Professor Tim Blackman heads the Executive.

Exceptional people

We employ more than 1,700 staff, including many notable leaders in their academic field, as well as active practitioners and committed researchers.

As you look through this site, you'll find links to their personal profiles, which outline their wide range of achievements and the opportunities they bring to students.

Middlesex University has three faculties, each one a lively community of teaching and research:

Faculty of the Arts and Creative Industries

Faculty of Professional and Social Sciences

Faculty of Science and Technology

Bright careers

Our world-class campus at Hendon also hosts The Institute for Work Based Learning, an innovative and vibrant centre of excellence that gives organisations and individuals the opportunity to showcase and harness learning in their place of work.

Diversity

At Middlesex University, we are committed to being an inclusive and diverse place to study, work and live. Recently the LGBT charity Stonewall ranked Middlesex University 264 out of 439 entries in the Workplace Equality Index (WEI) 2017. The initial ranking of 264 in the WEI is highly encouraging for Middlesex - especially with most first-time entries being placed in the 300-439 bracket

Stonewall’s Workplace Equality Index is a respected benchmarking tool used by over 700 employers to ensure all LGBT employees can be themselves in the workplace. Measuring both performance and progress, the index covers 10 areas of employment policy and practice, from training to community engagement. It also includes feedback from staff collected through an anonymous survey about their experiences at work.

Through the Stonewall Diversity Champions programme, employers are helped across all sectors and industries to create workplaces where LGBT staff can be themselves and, because of this, can thrive.

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