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Top UK colleges partner with university to reveal ambitious higher education plans

Some of the UK’s top sixth form colleges have joined forces with Middlesex University London to offer new routes into higher education, with plans for a national network of providers.

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First text on multiple perpetrator rape launched

The ‘Handbook on the Study of Multiple Perpetrator Rape’ edited by Mdx Prof Miranda Horvath and Dr Jessica Woodhams is the first text that focuses on rape committed by multiple individuals, a topic which has recently featured in the media widely after a number of high profile international cases.

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Yasmin Alibhai-Brown inaugural professorial lecture

Award-winning journalist and recently appointed Middlesex University Professor in Professional Practice Yasmin Alibhai-Brown will discuss the media in her inaugural professorial lecture, which is open to the public.

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Middlesex University appoints new deputy vice-chancellor for finance

Peter Vermeulen, formerly director of finance, has been appointed as Middlesex University’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor Finance.

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Isabelle Allen wearing Blandine's design

Red carpet treatment for fashion student’s designs on global stage

Fashion student Blandine Pothin has seen one of her creations shown off amongst celebrities and the world’s media, after it was worn by child actress Isabelle Allen at the premiere of the award winning film Les Misérables. 

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Middlesex launches industry tailored BIM Management MSc course

A Building Information Modelling (BIM) Management Masters degree course has been launched by Middlesex University in response to radical Government plans to make BIM compulsory for all centrally procured Government projects.

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Link between status dogs, money and crime discovered on Britain’s streets

A criminologist is calling for tougher Government action on dangerous dogs, after his research uncovered shocking links between violent crime and the trade for dogs on Britain’s streets.

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Fashion designer driving on a highway to success

Rising star Luke Archer is making waves in the fashion industry after being crowned Alfa Romeo Young Designer of the Year, featuring in the media and creating an innovative 20 piece collection to be shown during London Fashion Week.

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