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William Wong

Middlesex hosts third Visual Analytics Summer School

The UK Visual Analytics Consortium's (UKVAC) third Visual Analytics Summer School (VASS) was recently hosted by Middlesex University.

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Retail giant links with Middlesex to launch work-based degrees for future leaders

Asda have joined forces with Middlesex University to launch two BA (hons) degrees for its staff, in one of the first schemes of its kind by a UK retailer.

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Student unveils three-year burlesque photography project

A photography student has completed ‘Showgirls’, a three year project inspired by London’s theatres and burlesque venues.

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Tottenham mum graduates in human rights law

A single mother from Tottenham with an interest in human rights law has graduated with a masters degree from Middlesex University, and hopes to use it to help others who are in disadvantaged and vulnerable positions.

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Former teacher wins praise for stunning illustrations

A teacher who went back to university after 20 years in the profession is already making waves in her new vocation, with her final year university project winning praise in the literary world.

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Saulo relishes London graphic design chance

For Brazilian graphic design student Saulo Amaral it was always a dream to study abroad, so when Middlesex University gave him the opportunity to come to London as part of an exchange programme he grasped the opportunity with both hands.

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CBI report on UK skills gaps

Dr Darryll Bravenboer from Middlesex University’s Institute for Work Based Learning comments on the CBI report ‘Tomorrow’s Growth’, which warns that the UK’s future skills gaps cannot be met by traditional university degrees alone.

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Albert

Albert - “I did it for my mother”

An Enfield man has dedicated his law degree to his inspirational mother, who passed away just weeks after he started a masters degree at Middlesex University.

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