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New Middlesex apprenticeship project set to boost social care sector

A project providing high level apprenticeships for the next generation of adult social care managers is set to be expanded, after Middlesex University received a major new grant from ‘Skills for Care’, the industry’s Skills Council.

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Middlesex and Tottenham Hotspur to launch innovative new school

Middlesex University is set to join forces with Tottenham Hotspur Football Club in the development of a University Technical College

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James Herbert

Tribute evening to James Herbert

A tribute evening to bestselling horror writer James Herbert OBE will be held at the North London Literary Festival, where he was due to appear on Wednesday 27 March.

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Hulger Director Nicolas Roope discussing the students’ designs

Bright future for students with stunning light designs

Product design students impressed design company Hulger with their stunning lamp shades for the award winning Plumen bulb.

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First year fashion students

Young designers wow crowds

Up and coming fashion designers saw their designs hit the catwalk in an end of year fashion show in trendy Camden Town.

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Sian Kevill

“Without journalists, democracy doesn’t function” Sian Kevill tells students

Former BBC editor and media consultant Sian Kevill gave Middlesex students an insight into her media career in the penultimate edition of the Broadcasting Today series of talks which has seen high flyers from the world of media come to Middlesex to share their experiences.

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Clare Walter

Middlesex artist exhibits human rights inspired art at international exhibition

Sex trafficking, child asylum seekers and detainees transferred to foreign countries for interrogation are the focus of artist Clare Walter’s work currently being exhibited in an international art show in York.

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Kelvin Okafor

Meteoric rise to fame for talented pencil artist

An up and coming artist has expressed his shock after finding fame after his lifelike pencil drawings were picked up by the world's media.

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