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Get the latest education liaison news from Middlesex University, as well as invites to upcoming events and progression opportunities with our e-newsletters. Newsletters are sent four times a year, and are tailored to subject areas. Teachers and Careers advisers can sign up for our newsletters by providing your details below.

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  • E-Newsletter Archive

    • April 2017 Newsletters

      Education Liaison Newsletter
      Main Story: Join us for Explore MDX week

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      Outreach Newsletter
      Main Story: Middlesex University launches Make Your Mark

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      Middlesex University Newsletter
      Main Story: Middlesex named best young university in London

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      Art & Design Newsletter
      Main Story: Fashion lecturer launches provocative exhibition in Leeds

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      Business Newsletter
      Main Story:
      Business school MOOCs enable students worldwide to start social enterprises

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      Journalism & English Newsletter
      Main Story: Join us for MDX talks

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      Media Newsletter
      Main Story: TV production graduate scoops Best Music Video at NME Awards 2017

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      Healthcare & Education Newsletter
      Main Story: New research highlights delegation as a key skill for nursing students

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      Performing Arts Newsletter
      Main Story:
      Dance students perform work by professional guest choreographers

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      STEM Newsletter
      Main Story: Bridge to university - free mathematics workshops

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    • January 2017 Newsletters

      Education Liaison Newsletter
      Main Story: Teachers & Advisers conference

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      Outreach Newsletter
      Main Story: STEM festival 2017

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      Art & Design Newsletter
      Main Story: Animation students co-produce films with students from University of Applied Arts Vienna

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      Business Newsletter
      Main Story:
      Teachers & Advisers conference

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      English & Media Newsletter
      Main Story: Broadcasting today schools edition

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      Healthcare & Education Newsletter
      Main Story: NHS Bursary reforms

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      Performing Arts Newsletter
      Main Story:
      Creativity, Teaching and Innovation: Feeding Britain’s booming £90 billion creative industries

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      STEM Newsletter
      Main Story: Stem Festival 2017

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    • September 2016 Newsletters

      Education Liaison Newsletter
      Main Story: UCAS Tariff Point Changes. At Middlesex we will be moving away from using the UCAS tariff point system, and will begin using grades in our offer and decision-making. This is so we can ensure that our entry requirements are as clear as possible, and can be more easily related to the qualification profiles of prospective students. This is not a change to our entry requirements, but a change to how we publish entry requirements.

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      Outreach Newsletter
      Main Story: Join us for The Big Draw. A nationwide celebration of drawing and creativity, with a week-long festival of activities for our students and staff culminating in a Family Day on Friday 28 October.

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      Middlesex University Newsletter
      Main Story: UCAS Tariff Point Changes. At Middlesex we will be moving away from using the UCAS tariff point system, and will begin using grades in our offer and decision-making. This is so we can ensure that our entry requirements are as clear as possible, and can be more easily related to the qualification profiles of prospective students. This is not a change to our entry requirements, but a change to how we publish entry requirements.

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      Art & Design Newsletter
      Main Story: Bespoke portfolio workshops. If your institute would like a member of staff to visit to help your students with their portfolios or if you would like your students to attend a portfolio surgery at one of open days then please contact us.

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      Business Newsletter
      Main Story:
      Aspiration & attainment raising opportunities at Middlesex: MDX Debate, MDX Talk series and our Enterprise Development Hub workshops. Contact us for more information about any of the above events.

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      English & Media Newsletter
      Main Story: Broadcasting Today - Schools Edition: Join us on 1 November for Broadcasting Today, hosted by Kurt Barling. Broadcasting Today is a series of evening talks, ran by our media students throughout the academic year.

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      Healthcare & Education Newsletter
      Main Story: What do the NHS funding reforms mean for students? From September 2017, new students in England studying pre-registration nursing and midwifery courses will be required to pay fees on their courses. But what does this mean in practice? From this point, all students will now have access to the standard student support package of tuition fee loans and support for living costs - this replaces the existing NHS grant scheme, and brings nursing and midwifery students on-par with other students studying university courses.

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      Performing Arts Newsletter
      Main Story:
      Theatre Arts Exchange celebrates successful Fringe debut. Artists and companies from Theatre Arts at Middlesex have enjoyed a highly successful month at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe festival as part of Theatre Arts Exchange.

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      STEM Newsletter
      Main Story: Girls Do STEM: The Girls Do Stem event is designed to enthuse and inspire young female students to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) courses and careers. This one-day event sees students taking part in a series of interactive workshops followed by a public lecture and panel discussion with STEM academics and professionals.

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    • June 2016 Newsletters

      Education Liaison Newsletter
      Main Story: Summer Schools? Think Middlesex. Our undergraduate taster courses are perfect for students who have completed their first years of A-level, High School, IB or equivalent study. These exciting courses are a great way for students to get a taste of university life while improving progression and raising aspirations.

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      Outreach Newsletter
      Main Story: We are proud to have launched a practical toolkit which can be passed on to newly migrated parents to help them understand the UK school system.

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      Middlesex University Newsletter
      Main Story: Results day can be a stressful time for students but we hope that with our Clearing Guide and dedicated webpage, we can give them all the information they need to have a successful Clearing and begin their university journey.

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      Art & Design Newsletter
      Main Story: This year our Associate Professor, Colin Smith, has been visiting a number of schools and colleges to present to the students about studying Art and Design at university. These institutions have also been offered the opportunity to link with Middlesex University in a Progression Agreement which aims to see a wider range of students progress into a specialist art and design programme at university level.

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      Business Newsletter
      Main Story:
      The MDX Talk series is a range of free in-school sessions exploring issues surrounding law, sociology, criminology and politics. The talks allow students to engage with current affairs, share their ideas and encourage debate.

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      English & Media Newsletter
      Main Story: On 5 June 2016, Middlesex University's Professor of Journalism, Kurt Barling presented Her Majesty The Queen with a copy of a brand new translation of Amy Buller's Darkness over Germany that he recently edited.

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      Healthcare & Education Newsletter
      Main Story: The world's largest-ever obesity study was published in The Lancet earlier this year, with Middlesex University's School of Science and Technology's Mariachiara Di Cesare as the co-lead author.

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      Performing Arts Newsletter
      Main Story:
      Associate Professor in Contemporary Performance Practice, Ola Johansson has recently visited West Bank to begin a collaboration with The Freedom Theatre in Palestine. The work will contribute to the Centre for Research into Creation in the Performing Arts which aims to be a bridge between academia and professional performers.

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      STEM Newsletter
      Main Story: We are proud to have hosted the UK finals of the Eurobot international amateur robotics contest recently, with 34 student teams battling it out to be crowned national winners.

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    • April 2016 Newsletters

      Education Liaison Newsletter
      Main Story: For the MDX Talk series, our academics are offering a range of free in-school sessions exploring issues surrounding law, sociology, criminology and politics. The talks will allow students to engage in current affairs, share their thoughts and ideas and encourage debate.

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      Outreach Newsletter
      Main Story:
      More than 500 young scientists met a robot, rode a virtual rollercoaster and even experienced a planetarium at our annual STEM Festival for British Science Week.

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      Middlesex University Newsletter
      Main Story:
      For the first time, Middlesex University has been included in the top 150 best young universities in the world. Institutions from 39 countries are represented in the Times Higher Education's (THE) fifth annual ranking of universities under 50 years old.

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      Art & Design Newsletter
      Main Story: Get inspired at our graduation shows taking place at the Truman Brewery in London from 17 to 20 June. These shows are a great opportunity to expose your students to graduate level work across a range of disciplines as well as providing a unique insight into art and design study at university level.

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      Business Newsletter
      Main Story: Give your year 12 students the chance to compete in the entrepreneurial Spring Fair competition which sees the best six business ideas given capital to create their product to sell.

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      English & Media Newsletter
      Main Story:
      A team of aspiring Middlesex animators have received the Judges' Award for a high-profile competition led by TV Licensing to encourage the public to pay their TV licences. The animated film brings to life one of the many bizarre excuses televisions viewers have given for not paying the fee.

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      Healthcare & Education Newsletter
      Main Story: The School of Health and Education has been recognised for its contribution to workforce development at the Health Education North Central and East London (HENCEL) Quality Awards 2015.

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      Performing Arts Newsletter
      Main Story: More than 20 acts from across all three years of the BA Popular Music degree recently played at the MDX Groove gig at the O2 Academy in Islington, north London. The entire gig was organised by first-year BA Music Business and Arts Management students.

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      STEM Newsletter
      Main Story: Bring our How to Think like a Mathematician workshops to your students. These workshops give year 12 students the opportunity to broaden their mathematical skill-set with hands on activities as well as learning about the valuable role of mathematicians in the modern world.

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