Our community

Local commitment, global reach

We’re proud to be in Hendon, part of the London Borough of Barnet, and to make important contributions to our local community. We've also expanded our profile around the world with campuses in Dubai, Mauritius and Malta.

What we do locally

Middlesex in Barnet

4,000

jobs created in the borough

18,902

alumni living in Barnet

1/3

of local secondary schools partner with us

We're open for visitors

We’re always open for our local community. From our cafes and green spaces to our innovative teaching and social environments, if you live locally then we want you to come in and see us, attend our events and feel at home.

Directions to campus

Going green in Hendon

We care about the physical environment at our campus in Hendon, north London. We're doing award winning work to make it more sustainable and to reduce our impact on our environment year on year.

Watch our video to find out how we're increasing biodiversity on campus through collaborative thinking and working.

Environment and sustainability

What’s on at Middlesex?

Check what's in our calendar over the next few months, including open days and other opportunities to visit us on campus.

See upcoming events

Sign up for community events

We organise a wide range of free Community Events at Middlesex from talks by high profile guests and panel debates to seasonal celebrations.

If you would like to receive more information about our Community Events then sign up to our mailing list:

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Dr Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings launches new book

Dr Nana Konadu Agyeman-Rawlings, former First Lady of the Republic of Ghana, will be joining us at our Hendon campus for the launch of her new book entitled 'It Takes a Woman - A Life Shaped by Heritage, Leadership and the Women Who Defined Hope'.

Dr Doirean Wilson, Diversity Lead at Middlesex University, will explore the themes of women's and children's rights in her new novel with Dr Agyeman-Rawlings. The event will be held in conjunction with Black History Month to recognise the achievements and contributions of people of African descent.

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Our global outlook

We see the world as our campus at Middlesex. We’re located across three continents with students from more than 160 countries. Wherever in the world that our students learn with us, there are the same excellent teaching and professional standard facilities.

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