Starting university can be an exciting time. It can also feel challenging and be a worrying experience for learners of all ages and backgrounds.
To help us support you, we would like you to complete the following questionnaire.
Your responses will be shared with your Personal Tutor as part of our approach to understanding your needs and providing the right guidance to help you settle into university life.
Please note, you'll need your Student ID to complete the survey (this can be found in the subject line of any of the emails we send to you!).
Progressing your study with IT ensures that you have all the IT tools that you require for your studies.
This video enables you to familiarise yourself with how to access all Middlesex university’s IT systems and services, even before you start studying so you can focus on more important things.
The session references this document
Our Disability and Dyslexia Service arranges support packages for students affected by disability, specific learning difficulties or medical conditions to ensure equality of opportunity.
Watch this video to find out more about the support available and how to access it:
It’s normal to feel anxious about starting university, and you might be unsure about juggling your studies and other commitments while keeping yourself well.
Come along to this session to find out about self-care, what you can do to keep yourself healthy and motivated through your course and what tools and support we can offer you.
Take part in Fika’s Bounce Back programme – a 4 week course with a Fika Personal Trainer to help you bounce back from adversity. You’ll improve your confidence, motivation, focus, meaning, connection, stress management and positivity skills!
The course will involve a 15 minute introductory session to the Fika app, and then a weekly 15 minute webinar with your Fika Personal Trainer, Lauren, who’ll help you with your goals and set you mental fitness challenges and workouts for the week.
It’s the perfect way to set yourself up to have a successful first year with us at #TeamMDX!
Coming to university is an exciting time, but it’s also really important to take care of your health. One of the first things you should be doing is making sure that you are registered with a General Practitioner (GP).
Watch this webinar with Student Wellbeing Coordinator, Vanessa, and Lead Partner GP, Arun Notaney, from The Uni Doctor who’ll answer your questions on how you can register with a GP, why it’s so important, what vaccinations you should make sure you’re up to date with, what kinds of things your GP can support you with, and how to register for The Uni Doctor.
Got a place at university but anxious about finance? We’re here to help! Join this 30-minute live stream where we’ll walk you through every aspect of Student Finance, from budgeting to additional support.
Don’t forget you can ask our team any questions throughout the stream, or in our live Q&A at the end!
As a student of Middlesex you will have a personal tutor throughout your studies to ensure you are fully supported and help you to excel on your programme.
Personal tutoring may be undertaken as a group tutorial or on a 1:1 basis with the intentions of guiding your study and development, highlighting opportunities available to you within the university and also signposting to necessary support and development services.
Your role in personal tutoring is to be active in engaging with your tutor, seeking opportunities highlighted to you in order to make the most of your studies and time at Middlesex.
Although tutoring sessions will be scheduled throughout the academic year, your personal tutor can also be your first point of call should you wish to discuss an aspect related to your programme or affecting your ability to study.
Being a student at MDX is so much more than your engagement in your taught degree programme. At MDX we embrace key principles of diversity, social justice, inclusion and equality. It is this very ‘community’ spirit at MDX that builds confidence, aspiration and career goal-setting – the reflection and articulation of your ‘story’ as a unique individual – capable of taking up your rightful place in the world of work.
Hear how as #TeamMDX we can support you in fully recognising your true value and worth to employers and how we are partnering with leading employers and organisations in providing pathways to graduate success for our MDX student community
Watch the recorded session here:
At Middlesex University Students’ Union (MDXSU) we understand our students from under-represented and marginalised communities benefit from having support and representation that is tailored to their specific needs. This interactive session will cover what support we offer; highlighting our student communities and liberation groups, events and activity specific to these students and how you can get involved.
All students are welcome to attend, however the workshop is particularly relevant to students who self-define as an:
This is a great opportunity to meet students who share similar experiences to yourself, learn more about our support networks and gain a sneak peek at what events to expect in Welcome Month!
At Middlesex University Students’ Union (MDXSU), we exist to help you make the most of your time at University. Led by students and for students, we represent student views in University decisions through our elected Student Officers and hundreds of Student Voice Leaders. We campaign on campus, in the local community and nationally on issues that students care about.
In this interactive session, you will find out how and why to get involved in the MDXSU’s representation structures and democratic processes, including our Student Voice Leaders’ scheme, Union Council, and our full-time Student Officer and delegate roles to represent other students and make the changes that you and other students want to see on campus, in the local community and nationally.