We’re putting everything in place so you'll get a great learning experience and lots of support when you start your course this autumn.
We want to do this in a flexible way that works for you and follows government advice around keeping safe.
Read about our plans for your first term of study below. If you’re not sure about something, ask us a question.
Our mix of online and face to face teaching
We're planning to teach you through a mix of online virtual and face to face learning during the autumn term
This means we can keep everyone safe while aiming to give you some opportunities to come onto campus
Big group lectures might be online while some smaller classes or practical activities could happen on campus
You could also move between blended learning and fully online virtual learning during the term
If you can’t make it to campus for whatever reason, we’ll work to make sure you can start your course fully online. If you’re a nursing or teacher training student, you'll have to be on campus for a number of days at the start of your course.
What this means for your course
These arrangements might be slightly different across the different courses that we offer. If you’ve got an offer to study with us, we’ll send you more information on what this means for your course in June and July.
We’ll continue to review our plans during the autumn term as we get more information from the government and keep you updated on plans for your second term.
Our courses teach you advanced skills and how to apply them, both in digital spaces and hands on situations
If you're not able to practice your skills in the facilities on campus at any point during your course then we'll support you to create a learning environment at home with the right software and other resources.
How we’ll support you to succeed
We’ll help you stay on track with your academic development with personal support, like a tutor and student learning assistants
You’ll have access to our library services with all the resources you need plus expert support
You’ll get personal academic, writing and numeracy support with well-being and personal support available online too if you need it.
What teaching and learning looks like
Our blended courses are taught in a flexible way through a combination of online and on campus sessions. Your learning is personal to you and designed to work around other commitments in your life.You’ll learn through a mix of these four styles and in a mix of online and on campus sessions.
Your tutor will lead a timetable of live, interactive sessions
You’ll also take part in seminars, tutorials, labs and demos.
Our schedule of bite size recorded sessions plus tools like quizzes put you in control of when you learn
Personal conversations with your tutor are important here with flexible one to ones and catch ups.
You’ll work with other students to take the lead
You’ll support each other to learn through group and one to one project work.
This is your time to read, listen and reflect
You choose when and where
You’ll work through what you're learned and complete exercises to show you’ve understood.
Virtual learning means I've been able to collaborate on new projects and be part of exciting live streams and events
Anayis Der Hakopian, BA Animation
Experience MDX for yourself
Our online virtual experiences are a chance to ask questions about how you'll learn in autumn as well as chat with students and look around our facilities online.
So even though we can't welcome you on campus right now, you can still get a proper feel for what it's like to be here and also get the information and support you need.
It's unbelievable how much virtual support I've had from teaching staff as the university has changed recently
Valentina Alberti, BA Tourism
How we'll help you connect
Coming to uni isn't just about your course. Team MDX is a positive and supportive community where we look out for each other. You'll feel that energy digitally too. We'll work with you to build a virtual network before you start studying so you'll have connections with other students on your course.
Along with our online teaching, you can take part in virtual hangouts, live streams and virtual social events and networking opportunities so you don't miss out on any big moments in university life.
We'll do everything we can to make sure you have a great learning experience in your first term. Just like we have for our current students who have been learning virtually since we moved our teaching online.
Hear from our current undergraduate students and Course Ambassadors about their experience of studying with us.