We have some of the finest film and television production and post-production facilities in UK higher education.
You'll have access to our Sony designed TV production suite, digital media workshops and extensive Kit Hub, and we are committed to giving you one of the most practical and career-focused degrees in the UK.
You’ll have opportunities to participate in UK and international film festivals and present projects to BBC Commissioning Editors. And with London on your doorstep, you’ll have unbeatable access to work placements, plus the opportunity to explore your passions and hone your skills at postgraduate level.
Our staff and students made this film to show how film and television ideas are made into a reality at Middlesex.
Take a look at some amazing work from last year's Film and TV students. The graduate site showcases the work of students over thirty creative disciplines, across design, art performance and media
Practical hands-on learning
Film student Keyvan explains what it's like to study at Middlesex University in London.
We helped create guidelines to manage the risk for students working on film and TV productions during COVID-19. We worked in collaboration with other universities, colleges and Screenskills, a screen industry skills organisation, on the project.
Senior Lecturer David Heinemann has recently won a £5000 Research in Film Award (RIFA) from the Arts and Humanities Research Council for his doctoral film, Voices Apart.
For Global Entrepreneurship Week this week, which in spite of the pandemic is being marked with more than 40,000 events in 180 countries, we’ve spoken to some inspiring and ambitious recent MDX graduate entrepreneurs in the UK and around the world.
Creative students at MDX are benefiting from tips and advice from industry experts through new LinkedIn mentoring groups set up during the COVID-19 lockdown. The project was launched to help students looking to break into the competitive creative industry, which has been effectively shutdown following the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent social distancing rules.
We're staging an innovative virtual summer camp offering young people aged 11 to 14-years-old the chance to learn about video game design and film-making. Beginning on Monday 10 August, it will be delivered through live streamed lessons to support students impacted by the coronavirus lockdown.