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    • June 2018 Newsletters

      Middlesex University Newsletter
      Main Story: 2018 Clearing By the end of this month, most exams will be over. Some of your students -for a variety of reasons- might like to consider clearing. Please click HERE to register for clearing alerts.

      Clearing doesn't have to be a stressful process, in fact, it provides a unique opportunity for students, to discover the course and career path, that is right for them. Get prepared for clearing, by encouraging your students to make a plan. Having a few ideas, about alternative courses and the universities that offer them, can save your students much stress on results day.

      Our 2018 clearing guide info-graphic, can help guide your students, through the process in a few simple steps.

      Our clearing line (020 8411 6565), is open from 2 July offering bespoke advice. Students can also visit our dedicated page Clearing 2018 to register for up to date clearing alerts.

      Click HERE to read more.

      Outreach Newsletter
      Main Story: Middlesex University’s Opticks: STEM in a new light is a unique opportunity for your students to showcase their talent in creating mini-sculptures to be displayed in our STEM Festival.

      We are able to provide you with a FREE resource pack around STEM themes linking to light and shape for your students to work on during classroom time. The pack consists of Platonic solids, Refraction and prisms and Triangulation that link to Isaac Newton’s work on Opticks, extension work and other elements. Click HERE to register your interest in Opticks: STEM in a new light project.

      Your school is expected to work on activities during the Autumn/ First-Term of the 2018-2019 school year and to submit your ideas in February 2019, to be showcased in our STEM Festival in March 2019. Click HERE to register your interest.

      A large glass sculpture will be unveiled by The Department of Design, Engineering and Mathematics as part of the activity.

      Click HERE to read more.

    • September 2018 Newsletter

      Middlesex University Newsletter
      Main Story: Undergraduate open days at Middlesex have always been the perfect opportunity to learn about our courses, meet current students and speak to programme leaders.

      Now we are offering an open day this Sunday 7 October and on Saturday 24 November to give your students more choice and flexibility.

      Our open days aim to give your students a real insight into studying at Middlesex as well as campus and accommodation tours, the opportunity to speak to our Admissions Service, Student Support Services and learn more about applying to study at Middlesex.

      We will be providing sessions on applying to University through UCAS, our Admissions team will also share their experience on how your students can write a personal statement that stands out.

      There are also dedicated disability, counselling and financial advice services for any queries they might have.

      They run from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm. Your students can register HERE to attend.

      Click HERE to read more.

      Middlesex University Newsletter ( Arts, English Language & Journalism)

      Main Story: Become a Language Detective: Academics from our  Department of Media are offering two workshops for AS/A2 English Language, English Language & Literature and English Literature students to develop their understanding of linguistics and literary analysis.
      Students have the opportunity to experience university teaching methods and get a sense of how research questions are explored at university level.
      To book a workshop or for further information please contact click HERE to contact  Anna Charalambidou.

      Click HERE to read more.

      Middlesex University Outreach Newsletter

      Main Story: Junior Entrepreneur Competition is organised to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week, the event introduces students to enterprise, gets them thinking about business and their future options in a fun and hands-on way.

      This year’s competition will be held on Wednesday 14 November at our Hendon campus, from 9.30 am to 3.00 pm and will involve groups of Year 8 students from ten local schools (five students per school).

      On the day of the competition, each group will be given a scenario and, under the guidance of Dr. Simon Best who runs Middlesex University's Enterprise Development Hub and a number of ‘Business Gurus’, students will prepare a business plan to present a panel of experts.

      Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 best business plans and money will be raised for a charity of the winning team’s choice.

      We will be providing students with materials and laptops to use, as well as lunch and refreshments. Click HERE to register your interest.

      Click HERE to read more.

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