Your welcome programme induction is your chance to get important information about your course, meet your lecturers and get to know your fellow students.
Your induction will likely take place the week beginning Monday 13 January. However, some Health and Education programmes often start earlier in September. Once your place has been confirmed, you will be emailed with details for your Programme Induction. From mid-August, you will also be able to see your full schedule within the MDXapp and myUniHub.
If you are a CPD or Postgraduate Research student, all information will be sent via email. Please check your junk inbox if you haven't received your schedule information or contact UniHelp.
If you can’t attend your Programme Induction, please don't worry! Our UniHelp team, located in the Sheppard Library, will be able to help you:
Enrolling as soon as possible means you'll be able to view your timetable and see your classes earlier. Enrolment is now open.
You can enrol online via myUnihub, using the log in details you will have been emailed, and follow the instructions and guidance in the Enrol portal. Your enrolment will be confirmed in myUniHub.
If you are an international student, please ensure you have received your student visa before enrolling online.
Ensure you give the most up to date contact details (address, phone number and email) when you enrol. We'll be using this information to contact you about important announcements before you attend and throughout the year.
Once you've enrolled, you'll be able to access your personal timetable and your student loan can be processed.
You'll also be eligible for great student benefits like an NUS card and a student oyster card with London travel discounts. Plus you'll be invited to download the MDXApp; your way to stay up-to-date with the latest campus news, find your classes, see your timetable and stay connected with Middlesex.
Once you enrol, your library account will be created 24 hours later ready for you to start using.
If you experience any problems or have a question, please get in touch with our UniHelp team or call 020 8411 6060.
By enrolling, you are required to comply with the University's Financial Regulations so please make sure you have read and understand the terms and conditions.
Once you have enrolled, you will be able to view what you owe by logging into myUniHub and going to the 'My Admin and Finances' section.
The University no longer accepts cash as a method of payment and we recommend paying by credit or debit card via myUniHub. If this option is not suitable for you, please have a look at our alternative payment methods.
If you experience problems making payments online, please call us on 020 8411 6400 (option 1) to make a payment by card. Lines are open 24/7.
If you have problems paying your fees, please contact the Student Welfare Advice Team or call 020 8411 3008. They will help outline other options available to you.
If you are a postgraduate or international student, you need to ensure we are notified of your funding arrangements. If this is likely to be through a Sponsor, please email the Student Fees and Finance team your sponsor letter.
International student should use the Online Applicant Portal to pay your deposit before enrolment or setting off for the UK.
For financial advice and support, please get in touch with our Student Welfare Advice Team.
Enrolment opens 6 January.
Once you enrol, you'll normally be able to view your teaching timetable but it can take up to one week so keep checking the MDXApp for updates. To access your teaching timetable, log into the MDXapp and click the timetable tile.Some programmes only release your timetable on completion of the induction programme.
You can also access your teaching timetable by logging into myUniHub.
You may be able to make lesson changes yourself in myUniHub within the first two teaching weeks. However, this will be subject to the conditions set by your module or programme leader, student capacity and number of sessions available. If only one session is running, it cannot be changed. Please refer to ‘Change your timetable’ in myUniHub.
If you have any problems with your timetable, please contact UniHelp.
If you're wanting to change your course before the 31 January, you'll need to come and see the Admissions team. They will be based in CG01. After this date, you should go through UniHelp.
You should register for your optional modules as soon as possible. Please see your programme handbook or Programme Leader for more information.
The University’s Academic Calendar gives you the key dates of the current academic year, such as term start and end dates, holidays, exam weeks and result publication dates.
Teaching will typically start week beginning Monday 6th January 2020 with seminars and tutorials usually taking place in the second week.
Please check your timetable regularly as it is subject to change and may be updated.
It’s important you register your attendance in all your timetabled classes, workshops or seminars by checking-in via MDXapp or myUniHub. This will also allow you to receive automated alerts, reminding you which of your sessions are coming up and where they are taking place.
Further information including how to use the new system and a full list of FAQs will be published on UniHub before your classes begin in January..
If your attendance doesn't meet the set requirements for your course, you may not be able to take the assessments.
Your timetable might be delivered in a slightly different way so make sure you know how and when to expect your full schedule.
If you are studying the BSc Nursing, you won't be able to view your timetable online. It will be sent to you....
If you are studying one of these courses, you may have additional sessions, workshops, practices or recitals and will receive full information on these from your module and Programme Leaders.
As a part-time student, you may find that you've been allocated to teaching sessions via the student allocation process. However, it's best to discuss which modules you're studying with your Programme Leader and then register for the appropriate modules. The earlier this is undertaken, the earlier your teaching timetable will be available.
If you're studying a research degree, you won't have a timetable as your course is designed to be led by you and your particular topic of interest.
If you are studying an apprenticeship, you won’t be able to view your timetable online. Details on any scheduled workshops and sessions will be sent to you. As an apprentice, your studies are funded via the apprenticeship levy which means you are not responsible for the payment of your fees. Your fees will automatically be paid via the levy and this is arranged between your employer and the university.
Your ID check will be done after you enrol and once completed, you'll be presented with your ID card. The check also ensures that your name will appear correctly on your degree certificate when you graduate.
Check your programme welcome schedule for your ID check appointment and ensure you bring the correct documents with you. If you don’t have the necessary ID documents, then we will not be able to complete your ID check and you will have to book another appointment.
|UK Students||EU Students||International Students|
Passport AND your Visa
UK driving Licence - provisional or full photo card licence only
Important: if your UK driving licence shows that you were born outside of the UK, you must bring your UK passport or documentation related to your immigration status in the UK.
|EU ID Card|
Your UK visa. If required, please collect your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) before attending ID check
|Proof of age card with PASS logo||Important: EU driving licence or UK driving licence not accepted if they show you were born outside of UK|
Tier 4 students – you must be sponsored by Middlesex University and have our sponsor licence number on your visa and BRP - B3HTJ3ME8.
Important: If your Tier 4 visa was sponsored by another institution and has a different sponsor licence you cannot study at Middlesex University.
After the ID check, your photo will be taken for your ID card. Your card will be then ready to collect.
If you are not a national of the UK/EU, we also need to check that you have the right to study in the UK, so please bring your visa or immigration documents with you.
If you have been issued with a Tier 4 visa, you will need to collect your Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) within 10 days of arrival in the UK. Please collect this before attending ID check.
Please note: We reserve the right to enquire about the process of any pending applications with the Home Office. We'll check that applications have been made in time and are valid. If you have overstayed your previous visa or if your application is likely to be refused, your enrolment will be at risk.
If you have any questions about your ID documentation, please email the Visa Compliance team before you attend the ID check.
Important: if you are an international student from Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea and the United States of America and used eGates when entering the UK you will be required to provide evidence of the date you crossed the border as part of your ID check. Acceptable evidence of entry to the UK may include a boarding card, ticket, or booking confirmation for travel to the UK.
For further information about eGates, please check out the main welcome page.
When you enrol, you'll be given your own MDX email account. You can access your emails through myUniHub or the MDXapp - our very own free mobile app.
Speaking of the MDXApp, make sure you download it today. It lets you tour the campus, view your timetable, find your classes and keep up to date with what's going on near you.
We also might give you a text throughout the year to let you important news and announcements, so please provide your mobile number when you enrol.
UniHub is your student website. You can find information on student support, academic studies, campus facilities, sport and fitness, exams and all of the great things exclusive to you as an MDX student.
myUniHub is a password protected section within UniHub where you can access information for enrolment, paying your fees, accessing learning materials and further academic or welfare support.
If you are having trouble logging in, speak to UniHelp
Welcome to #TeamMDX - enjoy the many benefits of being a Middlesex University student
As a single-site campus, we've ensured that you've got everything you need in one place from a library that is open 24/7 to on-site childcare facilities, IT support and a wide range of food and drinks outlets.
Need help with your studies or life after university? We are proud to offer employment support for life and expert assistance in starting your own business as well as writing, numeracy and study skills sessions and counselling and welfare support.
We know that University isn't just a place where you learn; it's somewhere to have new experiences and gain those all important life skills. Why not attend a free sports taster sessions, join a society or start your own. We also guarantee halls for all first years so you're able to make friends and get settled in before you begin your classes.
We know you're probably on a tight budget so we've got lots of ways that you can cut costs. You can get free printing on campus, discounted therapies and treatments, a student oyster travel-card* that'll save you 33% on London travel, and a free e-Textbook for every one of your modules.
As if that's not enough, we will also provide you with a free TOTUM card.
*Not available to research students currently in writing-up
Make sure to present your student card or TOTUM card to redeem the many discounts available outside the University
We're proud to be the first UK university to offer all new students the TOTUM student discount card completely free, saving you £14,99 before you even start using those discounts.
TOTUM is the new name for the NUS Extra card, bringing you over 200 UK student discounts. You will also access a further 42,000 discounts in over 130 countries through your free 1-year International Student Identity Card (ISIC) - the only internationally accepted proof of student status - meaning you can access fantastic discounts and services around the world too.
All students in their first year of study and who have fully enrolled are able to get a TOTUM card. After you've enrolled, you will receive an email from MDXSU with a link to register and your unique redemption code.
For returning or current students, the card costs just £14.99 for one year, and can be purchased online for you to start accessing to discounts straightaway.