Being an MDX student means plenty of benefits await you.
Join one of our many societies or set up your own. We also have sports teams, liberation groups and communities for you to get involved with.
Regardless of what course you’re on, and what year of study, there’ll be a Student Voice Leader to address any concerns you may have, academic or otherwise.
We know that being a student isn't cheap. That's why you'll get a TOTUM card, providing you with tons of discounts on food, music, entertainment and books.
Come on! Let's make the most out of being #TeamMDX
We have over 100 student groups and societies from cultural and religious groups to academic and general interest. You're bound to meet like-minded people, develop your skills, and be part of a community on campus, all while having fun.
Join as many societies as you like or start your own. We can help you with:
Our Liberation Groups are for students who often face discrimination and under-representation at university and in wider society.
We currently oversee four Liberation Groups:
These groups help students share their experiences, advocate for change and find their supportive networks on campus. To join, you must self-identify into a specific group.
Your Student Voice Leader is an elected student who represents your year or your course, and gathers feedback from you and your fellow students on any issues you've encountered or ideas you have.
This is a chance for you to have a say in how both your course and your university is run, from timetabling to the cost of food; anything that affects you as a student.
They will address your views to the programme leaders of your course at the Boards of Studies meetings and termly campus-wide Student Voice Conferences with other Student Voice Leaders.
1. You can make major policy decisions which directly improve your course and your school/faculty
2. You receive professional training that will boost your employability and confidence as a leader. You'll have access to a 'build your own leadership' programme, with compulsory Student Leader skills and additional extras that include campaigns, problem solving, persuasive writing, debating, public speaking, and assertiveness
3. You're entitled to represent your course-mates by voting on policy at termly Student Voice Conferences hosted by your Students' Union. Here, you'll receive training, and debate on wider higher education issues
4. You can build a network of people on similar courses at School Policy meetings and learn to be effective in coalition-building and leadership
5. You have power to create positive change that will make a genuine contribution to the Middlesex community.
Elections to nominate yourself to become a Student Voice Leader are held at the start of the year - either October or January, depending on when your course starts. Every student is welcome to take part in Elections, whether by standing for election or voting for their preferred choice.
Whether you’re seeking a career in media, are a budding journalist, interested in directing, filming, producing or editing or want to share your excellent taste in music, Student Media is your platform to debate, educate, inform and entertain thousands of MDX students.
No media experience needed! We offer the training and support you need to write for our award winning student magazine, star in a TV show or host a radio show.
Find out more or email the Student Media Coordinator.
Being a student at Middlesex means you're entitled to a wide range of exclusive student discounts at high street brands, travel services and entertainment providers.
The TOTUM student discount card is all you need to access exclusive offers, and all new MDX students receive a free TOTUM card for their first year!
Having this card entitles you to discounts with Apple, Amazon, Co-op stores, Spotify, ASOS, National Express buses, and many other brands and services. The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) bolt-on for international discounts is available for £2.99 extra.
MDXSU are the official vendors of Middlesex University clothing and merchandise.
As a non-profit organisation, all profit is reinvested back into your student experience through our events, societies, media and opportunities.
We are passionate about fair trade, and many items - including the full online range - have been completely ethically sourced, with everyone within the supply chain receiving a fair wage for their work.
Middlesex merchandise is available to purchase at our Welcome Desk downstairs in MDX House (open weekdays 10.00am to 4.00pm) or online.