We understand that things are really uncertain at the moment and you may need support with your current studies, the decisions you are making on next steps and your application to university, whether for this year or future years. Our team are here to support you during this this time and have put together a series of interactive live streams that include a short presentation followed by a live Q&A session. It’s free to join every Wednesday or Thursday, during term time, and starts on Wednesday 14 May 2020.
14 May 2020
Tips for studying and learning remotely
Studying from home? Get the latest top tips and advice from our experts. We’ll be covering a range of different topics to help you learn online, from time management to mental health.
20 May 2020
Advice for students with disabilities
This session will help you navigate the support available for disabled students during the coronavirus outbreak. We’ll be discussing the latest government advice, as well as the Disabled Students’ Allowance.
21 May 2020
Scholarships and bursaries
Make uni life a little easier with some extra cash! You could be eligible to apply for a scholarship or bursary, find out how in this short presentation.
28 May 2020
Wellbeing and staying connected
Never before has your mental health and wellbeing been so important. From keeping connected to free online workouts, we’ll talk through some ways to help you practice positive wellbeing.
3 June 2020
Psychology - The student experience
4 June 2020
Helping you navigate your 2020 university application
If you haven't applied to university yet, don't worry! We’re here to help. By joining this session, you’ll be guided through the application process, and there’ll also be a live Q&A at the end so we can answer any of your questions.
10 June 2020
STEM – The student experience
11 June 2020
Choosing a university and course in an uncertain environment
Not sure what to study or where? This session will help you make the right choice for you during these uncertain times. We’ll also cover how to apply to uni, plus you can chat to our team after the session in a live Q&A.
17 June 2020
Social Work – The student experience
18 June 2020
Applying through UCAS and your personal statement
Join our application experts in this simple step-by-step guide on how to apply for university. We’ll also be sharing our top tips for writing a great personal statement.
24 June 2020
Business – The student experience
25 June 2020
Skills for the digital age
What skills are employers looking for in this digital age? If you want to be a graduate who stands out to a future employer, this session will show you how to use your time at university to develop valuable skills.
2 July 2020
Myth-busting and the benefits of going to university
Whatever myths you might have heard about university, we’re here to bring the facts! We’ll provide you with a whole host of positives to studying in Higher Education, plus we can help debunk any myths you’ve heard in our live Q&A at the end.
9 July 2020
Student finance and budgeting
From student loans to tuition fees, this session will guide you through every aspect of Student Finance. Learn how to apply for loans and where to go for additional support, plus we’ll be sharing our top budgeting tips.
We realise it's crucial that you’re able to support your students during this time, and we know the important role you continue to play in helping them make decisions about their next steps. Our Education Liaison and Outreach Team are running a series of interactive live streams every Tuesday during term time to discuss some of the topics that are important to you and your students. The live streams will include a short presentation followed by a live Q&A session. It’s free to join and the series starts on Tuesday 28 April 2020.
28 April 2020
Supporting students remotely
5 May 2020
Looking after your own health and wellbeing
12 May 2020
Admissions in a changing landscape
19 May 2020
Supporting student choices in an uncertain environment
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2 June 2020
Preparing your students for applying to university
9 June 2020
Writing UCAS references
16 June 2020
Discover Me – an interactive tool to help students explore their career options
23 June 2020
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.
Our debate competition invites Year 9 and 10 students from local schools to debate current social issues.
The competition helps students develop their understanding of democracy, government, law, rights and responsibilities, and how we live together in society.
These learning outcomes are aligned to the current GCSE in citizenship studies, and call upon knowledge developed within a number of subject areas, including history, religion, social and health education.
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