Middlesex has been nominated for two Whatuni 2015 Student Choice awards, after more than 20,000 students across the UK cast their views.
Overall, 111 universities were considered for a Student Choice Award and 39 universities received a nomination, with Middlesex nominated for both Best University Facilities and Best Student Support.
Both undergraduate and postgraduate students were encouraged to rate their university across nine areas such as Course and Lecturers, Students' Union, and Accommodation. Their opinions are seen as vital to those choosing where to study in the future.
"For prospective students, being able to hear first-hand about the quality of education and realistic expectations for life at uni is an invaluable resource when making a decision to pursue degree-level studies," commented Whatuni Managing Director Simon Emmett.
Director of Library and Student Support at Middlesex Nick Bevan said he was delighted that Middlesex's support services have received a nomination: "It reflects the value that students place on the services we offer and the staff that deliver these, from our front-line UniHelp service, which is open seven days a week, to the specialist wellbeing, welfare, international support and student achievement teams, and the academic support that is embedded into the curriculum."
Head of Facilities Lorraine Sexton said it was fantastic that Middlesex students are benefitting from the significant investment the University has made in its facilities in recent years.
"We are delighted to receive this nomination; it is fantastic news for the whole team and we are so pleased to hear that our students have taken the time to show their appreciation for the work that we do to ensure they have a great university experience."
The results of the annual Whatuni Student Choice Awards will be announced later this month.