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Faith and religion

Our students and staff come from all over the world, and we celebrate the diversity of their backgrounds and religions.

Middlesex University fosters an open, tolerant and peaceful environment in which to work and study. We encourage you to connect with your faith while at university, and are happy to help with any facilities you need to do so. We have a prayer room on campus, and there is a wide range of places of religious worship in the surrounding area of multicultural North London.

Middlesex has a number of religious student societies, run by students through the Middlesex University Students' Union.

The Christian Union society holds regular meetings for students who want to explore and practice the Christian faith.

There are several Islamic societies, which represent Muslim students on campus and provide a prayer room that is open throughout the day.

And the Jewish Society, also run by students through the Union, aims to allow students to engage with Jewish social and learning events while at university.

If your religion is not represented by a society at Middlesex, we strongly encourage you to contact the Students' Union and start one of your own.

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