We've got a support network to get you through any problems during your time at Middlesex
Support for your learning
You’ll find Student Learning Assistants - experienced students from the years above - in your seminars, workshops and small group sessions. Their personal experience means they understand some of the challenges that you might face so they can help you to learn.
You can also get support at drop-ins and online from our Graduate Academic Assistants, who also studied your subject at Middlesex, and work alongside staff.
Library and IT support
- Get expert advice from our helpdesk about things like searching for resources or how to use specialist software
- Book onto training sessions and one-to-one tutorials to learn skills like referencing at an advanced level.
You must be able to write and speak English to a high standard to study at Middlesex.
If you're not at that level yet, we’ll help you to improve with English language teaching before and during your course.
English language requirements
If you weren’t educated in an English speaking school then you'll need to show that you meet our English language requirements.
Improve your English before you start
Support during your course
You can continue to improve your English skills while you study with us with free workshops and one-to-one tutorials.
If you've got a condition that affects how you can study, then our Disability and Dyslexia team is here to put support in place so you can do your best.
How we’ll help
Get advice before you apply
If you're thinking about studying at Middlesex then our disability advisors are here to answer your questions about studying and student life.
Call +44 (0)20 8411 2502
Ask a question using our online form
Personal support when you're studying
During your course, our team is always here here to give you:
- Confidential advice on adjustments for your course and special provision during examinations.
- Support your application for funding, including Disabled Students' Allowance for students with a learning difficulty, health problem or disability.
North London Regional Access Centre
The North London Regional Access Centre is an accredited centre offering support for disabled students in higher education that's based at Middlesex.
Student welfare advice
We’ll help you deal with any financial, practical, or legal difficulties that come up when you’re studying at Middlesex. We can give you one-to-one support through appointments, phone calls and email as well as online and printed information and workshops. Our advice is confidential and we won’t judge you.
If we can't help you, we will point you in the direction of external services that can.
Get in touch with our team
Our free confidential counselling service can help you with personal, practical, academic, or financial issues. We make sure that you have the information and advice you need help to you through these times.
We give one-to-one counselling sessions and group workshops. We will also give consultations and refer you to other specialists.
Child care support
Our nursery provides early years education and full day-care for children aged six weeks to five years. We take a principled approach to young children's care and education, with an emphasis on parental involvement and collaborative working.
Information about our nursery
Faith and religion
Our students and staff come from all over the world and we celebrate lots of different religions.
Your faith on campus
We have a prayer room on campus as well as different places of religious worship in our local area of north London.
Middlesex has different religious student societies, run by students through the Middlesex University Students' Union. These include the Christian Union society, several Islamic societies and the Jewish Society.
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