Please note that all details are subject to change. Check back nearer the time for updates relating to the Open Day on Saturday 25 November 2017.
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Coming to an Open Day is your chance to ask our staff and students about what it's really like to study and live at Middlesex.
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Find your perfect course
If you haven't decided what course you want to study, then an open day is a great opportunity to compare some different options.
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Questions to ask at an Open Day
Not sure where to start? Here are some questions that you might want to ask when you’re on campus.
About your course
- What are the entry requirements?
- What modules are covered in the course?
- How many teaching hours will there be each week?
- How many hours (on average) are required outside of lectures for additional reading and studying?
- What potential future careers are typically associated with this degree?
- What facilities will I use during the course?
- Can I do a placement year during my course?
- Can I study abroad?
About support for students
- What support will I have with my academic studies?
- What support will I have with my overall well-being?
- What career advice is available to me?
- How much are accommodation fees?
- What type of accommodation is available?
- How do I apply for accommodation?
- Are all first year students guaranteed accommodation on campus?
About life at Middlesex
- What recreational and sporting facilities are available on campus?
- What shops, cafes, restaurants and bars are nearby?
- What clubs and societies are available?
- Why did you choose Middlesex?
- What do you love about Middlesex?
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