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Studying with us during coronavirus in 2021

Coronavirus (COVID-19): Middlesex University information

Updates for our community about how we're continuing to study and work together during the coronavirus pandemic

What we’re doing to protect our community

Most restrictions for English universities have been lifted however it’s still very important that we all play our part to limit the spread of coronavirus and keep our community as safe as possible. Our most important consideration in how we teach, learn and work continues to be the health, wellbeing and safety of students and staff and people related to the University.

Find information below about how we're adapting what we do during the coronavirus outbreak and how you can get any support that you need.

Our community agreement

We all have a responsibility to help keep everyone safe on campus and in our local area. Our community agreement is about how we can continue to respect and support each other for the benefit of everyone on Team MDX and beyond. It’s also important that we work together to follow national and local guidelines.

By showing your support for this agreement you’re doing your part to protect our student and staff community and the local community around us.

  • How we’re asking everyone to work together.

    • What you need to know
      How MDX keeps us safe How we keep each other safe
      Providing hand sanitisation stations across campus Wash or sanitise your hands regularly
      Supplying information about opportunities for students and staff to get their vaccinations We strongly encourage all staff and students  to get vaccinated
      Making it possible to study, work and engage  in extra-curricular activities online when not  on campus Take a COVID-19 test before coming to campus  and follow the guidance on notifying us if you  test positive
      Providing face coverings and other safety equipment We strongly recommend that you continue  to wear a face covering, especially in crowded  or confined spaces
      Following an enhanced cleaning programme on campus and providing well ventilated rooms and spaces where possibleUse sanitiser gel, spray or wipes provided to clean surfaces and equipment and keep surfaces clear
      Installing clear signage around what is expected  and how we can keep each other safe Respect others’ personal space and follow recommendations
      Providing regular updates on safety measures  and guidelines to keep you safe Stay in touch with your programme team, keep  up to date with Middlesex communications and read and act on new guidance
      Following government guidance and working  to keep the campus openFollow government guidance when off campus including when travelling, and when at home  with family and friends

New students in 2021

We've been doing everything we can to limit the coronavirus pandemic's impact when you study with us this autumn. Check our latest updates for more information for undergraduate, postgraduate and international students.

More information for new students

Current students

We've very happy to welcome you back in class and on campus this autumn. We're working hard to make sure our campus is safe for you to return and there are also things you can do to protect yourself and others in our community.

More information for students

Our staff

As more of us begin to work in a blended way - at home and on campus - we're adapting how we provide protection for you and your family. We continue to look for ways to improve how we work and communicate and to provide guidance as you adjust to new ways of working.

More information for staff (password-protected)

Visitors to campus

Our campus is open for everyone to visit with guidance so we can help keep each other safe. We'll continue to review our plans for campus, following government guidance and our own health and safety assessments.

Information for visitors

Research and knowledge exchange

From working on the frontline of the NHS to contributing with expertise from across the University, we're working with partners to play a vital role in the response to the coronavirus pandemic.

COVID-19 Research and Knowledge Exchange Hub

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