Summer School at Middlesex University
Middlesex University’s Summer School in London reflects the university’s innovative, forward thinking approach to education and learning and takes advantage of the excellent university facilities. Now in its eighteenth year, the Summer School is one of the largest fully integrated programmes in the UK, giving you the opportunity to interact with students already studying at Middlesex, as well as other students from London, Europe and other international countries.
Some of the courses at Middlesex University's summer school are designed to allow students to complete full modules of university study. These can be taken for academic credit* or for professional and personal development. There are also summer courses that are simply for personal and creative development that don't link directly to an academic course at Middlesex.
- Course options:
- Accounting and Finance
- Computing and Information Technology
- Film Studies
- Human Resources
- Personal Development
For full details on courses visit Middlesex University Summer Courses
- Course dates:
1 July to 5 August 2014
- Academic qualifications:
Many of the summer school courses require no prior experience. Check individual courses for details. An enthusiasm for the subject is essential for all courses.
- Course length:
Courses at Middlesex vary between two days and five weeks.
The Hendon Campus stands in a vibrant area of North London, well-connected to transport links and close to bustling shops and cafes. The university is a short walk away from Hendon Central Station which takes you to central London in under 30 minutes. The facilities at the Hendon Campus are among the best anywhere, with more than 200 million invested in creating one of London's biggest and best campuses - part of Middlesex University's commitment to providing an excellent student experience. The buildings are set in leafy grounds, making Middlesex one of the few London universities to offer a true campus experience.
The link to the campus should go to:
There are two halls of residence available to Summer School students from 1 July, Usher Hall and Ivy Hall, both offering excellent facilities.
The link to the accommodation should go to: http://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/short/
* The academic credit will be accepted on Middlesex University courses, but you will need to check if your university will accept Middlesex credit if you plan to use it in this way.