We've got a support network to get you through any problems during your time at Middlesex
We've made some changes to make sure that you'll have a strong support network available to you when you start with us during the coronavirus outbreak. Our services will mainly be delivered online so you'll have safe access to the help you need to do your best.
We'll be offering lots of online support with academic, writing and numeracy skills. Online skills sessions are provided of your course focused on what you need to know for your subject. Outside of your course, we’ve developed online training that you can join to learn more skills.This includes group workshops, one to one appointments and virtual drop ins as well as tasks to work through in your own time.
Student Learning Assistants, students studying your subject who have already completed your modules, will be there for you when you’re working online and if you have opportunities to come to campus. You’ll work together in online timetabled sessions as part of your course modules and they'll offer online drop ins too.
Our team is here to support you if you have a condition that affects how you can study. The team can help put support in place for you before you start or when you’re a student here. Ask a question using our online form.
Mental health and wellbeing
Our Counselling and Mental Health Service provide counselling and support for different concerns, mental health challenges and diagnoses. At the start of term, they’ll support you remotely over video chat or the phone. When it’s safe and we can make the right arrangements, they’re aiming to return to face to face support on campus.
We've also got a big collection of materials for you to use independently, such as the Fika app and the Big White Wall, plus our online help guides.
Finance and welfare
We’ll give you online support to deal with any financial, practical, or legal difficulties that come up when you’re studying here.
We understand that some people are having hard time financially due to the impact of the coronavirus outbreak. Our team can give you personal advice on planning your finances for uni including help with your loan. To help meet the costs of uni, you can also apply for our Student Hardship Fund which you do not have to pay back.
You must be able to write and speak English to a high standard to study at Middlesex.
If you're not at that level yet, we’ll help you to improve with English language teaching before and during your course.
If you weren’t educated in an English speaking school then you'll need to show that you meet our English language requirements.
If you've got a condition that affects how you can study, then our Disability and Dyslexia team is here to put support in place so you can do your best.
If you're thinking about studying at Middlesex then our disability advisors are here to answer your questions about studying and student life.
Call +44 (0)20 8411 2502
During your course, our team is always here here to give you:
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