Middlesex University aims to be a global university committed to meeting the needs and ambitions of a culturally and internationally diverse range of students by providing challenging academic programmes underpinned by innovative research and scholarship and professional practice.
Over the next ten years Middlesex University will develop its role as a leading London-based international university, championing a socially inclusive approach to participation in higher education. We will deliver outstanding academic and training programmes on our campuses in London and around the world, enabling those who choose to study at Middlesex to transform their lives and shape their own futures. We will prepare our students to be professional, skilled individuals fitted for the modern world, committed to lifelong learning and able to contribute to the communities in which they live and work.
At Middlesex we will always put the needs, welfare and experience of our students first. We will place a high value on developing a mature approach to learning in which students are encouraged to challenge conventional wisdom, handle complexity and benefit from difference and diversity.
We will pioneer the development of new knowledge, scholarly understanding and professional practice to promote innovation in the curriculum and support the sustainable development of business and the wider community. We will celebrate the rich cultural and international diversity of the University’s community, drawing on its benefits in the design of our programmes. We will be committed to an adaptive culture through the development of talented, highly skilled and motivated staff, effective governance, management and leadership and beneficial collaboration with other institutions in London and internationally.
-Excellence in learning and teaching
-Excellence in research, scholarship and the development of professional practice
-A stimulating student experience
-A talented, highly skilled and well-motivated staff
-A quality learning and working environment
-Effective governance, management and leadership
-High demand for academic programmes
-A sustainable financial position
-Beneficial relationships with business and the community
-Productive partnerships with schools, colleges and other universities