Join our live 'Ace Your Application' event on Monday 25 January, 4.30pm - 6.30pm.
Our team will be running three live workshops, as well as an Application Advice and Support Live Chat. Students and parents can drop into this live chat between 4.30pm - 6.30pm, where they can ask our lecturers and uni experts any questions they have about uni applications; including student finance, accommodation, international admissions and more.
This is the perfect opportunity to talk to lecturers and staff, ask questions and get extra support and advice about applying to university. Make sure to sign up to our Live Chat, and browse our live workshops below.
When: 4-5pm, Mon 25 Jan 2021
We can help your students get their personal statement done before the new UCAS deadline (29 Jan). Our admissions experts will offer last-minute tips, as well as covering structure, relevant skills and experience and more, plus they can answer any questions in the live Q&A.
When: 5-6pm, Mon 25 Jan 2021
Get your students ready for their interviews with our nursing and midwifery workshop! We’ll talk about common questions and the key criteria that interviewers are looking for, plus we’ll help students show off their key skills and experience and answer all their qu's in a live Q&A.
When: 5-6pm, Mon 25 Jan 2021
If your students are worried about submitting a portfolio, we can help! Our creative lecturers have designed this step-by-step workshop to help students showcase their work at its best. We’ll look at examples from past students, offer practical advice and share top tips to help get started. Plus they can ask our lecturers any questions in our live Q&A.
If you didn't catch our previous live streams, don't worry! We recorded every session, so you can watch all of our helpful videos on our YouTube channel. We cover a range of topics for students, including:
We're here to help you support your students. Our recorded Live Streams are packed with useful advice for teachers and advisors, and cover a range of helpful topics. including:
You can watch these short 30-minute videos on our YouTube channel.
Our events, taster days and activities are designed to engage your students with practical and interactive activities and workshops. They'll have a unique opportunity to explore our fantastic facilities and campus, and start to imagine themselves at university.
We also play host to a number of subject-focused and community-specific events and fairs such as the STEM festival and the North London Higher Education Fair. These take place throughout the year so please check this page regularly to see what's coming up next.
If you want to organise a campus visit with your students and experience all that Middlesex University has to offer, please contact us.
This is a chance for Year 12 students to experience life at university. They'll choose from a variety of interactive subject specific workshops to get a real taste of student life and further education at a university. Students studying a level 3 qualification are also welcome to attend .
We offer a variety of talks and workshops that help your students and their parents or guardians prepare for higher education. These include student life, applying through UCAS, writing a personal statement, and student finance and budgeting. They'll also have the chance to explore different career options though our career profiling tool Discover Me.
How to pay for university is a big consideration for many students thinking of higher education. This session explains what funding is available, how to get it and how to make it last.
Topics covered includes tuition tee and maintenance (living cost) loans, bursaries and scholarships, repayments, budgeting and how to apply.
This workshop provides crucial advice on the best way to write personal statements. Our team will guide your students by providing useful activities to prompt and develop their ideas.
We invite your students to two sessions that will prepare them for their next steps in higher education. Given by MDX teaching staff, they focus on the first weeks at university and the skills they need to succeed in HE.
As a compliment to these, our research team are running focus groups where you and 4 to 6 of your colleagues discuss how you prepare your students for higher education.
This session focuses on what your students can expect in the lead up to starting university including the week before they start, induction week and the first week of teaching.
They will also have the opportunity to talk to current MDX students who can relay their experiences of university life first-hand.
This session allows students to understand what it's like to study and be assessed in a university environment, including the specific language used by lecturers and current students.
Our lecturers and students will explain what skills and qualities are important for university study as well as the strategies for acquiring them. Your students will be then given the chance for self-reflection on their current skills and what they need to develop before starting university.
For further information or to book a sessions please email the Education Liaison and Outreach team.
The North London Higher Education Fair is the perfect opportunity for you and your students to meet with a number of UK universities to discover more about the courses they are interested in.
Our annual festival invites you to join us for British Science Week and take part in interactive activities and demonstrations focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
This event is free for all and we're pleased to welcome schools and colleges. Please complete this form if you would like to bring a group of students.
We visit a number of Higher Education and Careers fairs across the country supporting you and your students. If you’d like us to attend one of your events please let us know.
If you’re a student and you’d like to meet us, we're attending the following UCAS fairs or come to an open day
Please note that UCAS Fairs have been postponed during the COVID-19 outbreak.
We are showcasing the best of MDX STEM provision at New Scientist Live between 10 and 13 October 2020. The event, one of the world’s greatest science fairs, is a celebration of all things STEM and the perfect opportunity for your students to be inspired.
Highlights at our stand include the Motion Driven eXperience, our virtual reality rollercoaster where you actually feel the earth move, stress relieving robots, and a computer that you control with the power of your mind.
Early bird tickets are available now at live.newscientist.com