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School not out for the summer at Middlesex

School’s certainly not out for the summer at Middlesex University.

School’s certainly not out for the summer at Middlesex University.

As the weather warms up, expand your mind as well as your tan, with one of around 50 courses on offer as part of Middlesex University’s Summer School.

The Summer School, recognised as one of the largest of its type in the United Kingdom, gives people of all backgrounds the chance to develop new skills, earn academic credit and improve their career prospects.

From July 1 to August 5, a range of short courses in subjects as diverse as accounting, music management, religion and psychology are on offer – with over 500 people taking advantage last year.

Summer School Director Tim Rudd said: ‘Now in our nineteenth year, Middlesex’s Summer School remains a popular choice for people looking for something a little different and challenging to keep them occupied over summer.

‘It’s not only a great way to pursue an interest and develop new skills, but a great way to get to know new people.  You can choose to take part in our great range of social programmes – including tours of London, a summer ball and other get-togethers – to complement the academic part of your stay.

‘Inside the classroom, we ensure our class sizes are small and our teaching style is interactive – allowing you to get the most out of your time at Middlesex.’ 

Courses range in length from a couple of days to a number of weeks.

For more information, including the full list of courses, early booking offers and how to register your interest  online, visit https://www.mdx.ac.uk/summer

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