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Sanjukta Sunil (left) and Vanessa Torres

International student bloggers

Meet Middlesex postgrad students Sanjukta Sunil (left) and Vanessa Torres. The duo have agreed to start blogging about London life, as part of our relationship with the London Universities International Partnership, a group of universities who came together to promote the great things about studying in the capital.

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Students to put on ‘vibrant and compelling’ theatre festival

A student theatre festival promising to engage people in ‘a world of vibrant movement, compelling performances and contemporary design’ is coming to Middlesex University.

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Middlesex team join British Fencing on the road to Rio 2016

Middlesex and the British Fencing World Class Programme have announced a partnership which will see sports science experts look after the athletic development of current and future GB fencers as they prepare for Rio 2016.  

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Applying 2014

There are just a few weeks until you need to submit your UCAS application. By now most of you will have an idea of what course you’d like to study, what university to attend - and you may have a first draft of your personal statement too. If you're still unsure, take a look at our hints, tips and guidelines to get some extra insight into polishing your application – and making it shine.

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Rev Jesse Jackson tells students: 'fight for level playing field'

Leading civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson told Middlesex University students they must join the fight for universal access to education and jobs...

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Middlesex photographers take industry by storm and exhibit at National Gallery

A student and a recent graduate have been selected for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2013 exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, London. 

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Crisis incident training gets virtual reality make over

An advanced video game style training system developed to help emergency service personnel prepare for crisis scenarios is set to transform its users ability to prepare for incidents.

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A tribute to renowned Middlesex criminologist Jock Young

Middlesex University professors Vincenzo Ruggiero and Tony Goodman have paid tribute to influential criminologist Professor Jock Young who passed away on 16 November 2013.

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