Study History at Middlesex University

A Student-centred University

Middlesex University aims to be a global university committed to meeting the needs and ambitions of culturally and internationally diverse range of students by providing challenging academic programmes underpinned by innovative research, scholarship and professional practice.

Middlesex University is one of the largest universities in the United Kingdom. It has 25, 000 students and 2, 500 staff. Its annual operating turnover is 120 million. It teaches more international students ( more than 5, 000 ) than any other United Kingdom university. As well as offering a wide and flexible range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, it is also the world leader in Work Based Learning and has major contracts with the NHS and the TTA to train nurses, midwives and teachers. Where appropriate professional bodies exist, our programmes are accredited by them.

Innovation and enterprise at Middlesex has been widely recognised. The University is the recipient of three Queen's Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education for Work Based Learning, Technology Education and the Flood Hazard Research Centre. In 2003 it gained the highly prestigious Queen's Award for Enterprise for international trade. In winning such an award, Middlesex was judged 'by a thorough and demanding process to be, quite simply, among the best of United Kingdom companies'.

In the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise Middlesex ratings improved in 14 subject areas. It achieved grade 5 recognition for both history of art and philosophy. It is now in the top six of modern universities for research. It plans to significantly expand its research activity over the next decade

The School of Arts is a major centre for the arts and humanities among the United Kingdom's modern Universities. The work of the School of Arts is respected nationally and internationally. Our approach to the arts and humanities is both liberal and innovative, embracing many contemporary ideas as well as those traditionally associated with the disciplines.

Research in the School encompasses electronic arts; fine art; the history and theory of visual culture; product and architectural design; textiles; fashion and the decorative arts; visual communication and design; performing arts, including dance, music, and theatre studies; philosophy and religious studies, modern language studies, English literary and language studies, Communication, culture and media studies; history; politics and international studies.

Our students are highly regarded for their creative initiative and commitment, the practice and theory of which they are continually seeking to redefine.

History (HIS)

History combines a core of historical method and understanding with a wide choice of complementary modules - allowing you to follow your own interests and explore new topics and new ways of thinking about the past.



Special features

  • Core studies in historical sources and methods; range of module choice; opportunity to study history and computing or applied historical studies

  • Study abroad at a European university or a university in the United States

  • Work-experience by undertaking an internship in a museum or heritage site

  • Programmes in History combined with the following subjects are popular:



Political & International Studies (POI)

Education Studies (EDU)

English Literary Studies (ELS)

Other combinations are available

Welcome to a global university

Middlesex University is a university with a global reach. We have representatives and Regional Offices all over the world.

Where are you from?

Please select your region of the world to find out more about the Regional Office and information local to you.

Why should you contact your local office?

Regional Offices provides a comprehensive 'one stop' service to students from that region who may be considering study in London. This includes:

  • Advice and counselling to students and their parents on all aspects of study in London

  • Information and practical details about living in Britain

  • A comprehensive collection of publications giving details of the courses on offer

  • Information on regional links

  • Interviews and advice on the likely success of an application

  • Pre-departure briefings

International Office, London

Please contact the International Office in London if you need further clarification on anything you have read here or would like help and advice.

International Admissions Office

Middlesex University

Trent Park

Bramley Road

London

N14 4YZ

Tel: +44 (0)20 8411 4700

Fax: +44 (0)20 8411 5650

Email: internat@mdx.ac.uk



Life as an International student

Students from overseas

Some 4, 000 students from 100 countries choose Middlesex when they decide to Study in the United Kingdom. No matter where you come from, you can be sure of a warm welcome at the University. Staff on campus and at each of our regional offices will be able to offer you help and advice on everything from life in London, to accommodation, to courses and money matters.

International offices

Students living close to one of our international offices have access to personal assistance from the moment they consider studying at Middlesex and can attend helpful seminars before leaving for the United Kingdom.

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International Admissions Office

Middlesex University

Trent Park

Bramley Road

London

N14 4YZ

Tel: +44 (0)20 8411 4700

Fax: +44 (0)20 8411 5650

Email:

internat@mdx.ac.uk

Website: http://www.mdx.ac.uk /



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