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Student support services

We have a number of supportive teams to help you get the most out of your experience at Middlesex. Our helpful services staff will be on hand throughout the day to answer any questions you have about student support at Middlesex. Make sure to visit our teams in the Support Lounge (College Building, Quadrangle) and MDX House to say hello and find out how they can help you.

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College Building, Quadrangle

Admissions (based in CG01)
Speak to our friendly Admissions Team about entry requirements, how to apply, qualifications and more.

Accommodation Team
The Accommodation team offers help and advice on finding suitable accommodation, as well as issues concerning contracts and financial matters relating to halls of residence.

Employability Service (based in CG07)
The Employability Service supports and works with you to plan a route into employment, and gain necessary skills and experience needed to be successful in the workplace.

Library
The Sheppard Library is a hub of useful information for all students. Speak to staff or take a tour to learn about how it will be one of your most valuable resources.

Student Exchanges
The world is your campus! Speak to the Student Exchange team to learn more about your options.

Student Information, Advice and Wellbeing
Middlesex offers a range of support including dyslexia and disability services, counselling services and financial advice. Speak to our staff who will be able to provide you with more information.

MDX House

Careers Match Support
Visit the team to receive a career profile matched to your own personality.

Personal Statement Advice
Speak to our knowledgeable team for tips and advice on how to write an impressive personal statement.

Students' Union
The Students' Union creates a vibrant and inclusive social experience at university.  To find out more, chat to our current student representatives.

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