Please send us your qualifications or certificates for credit transfer in English and our study department will check your documents carefully. The service is free of charge and non-binding. If you completed your study overseas, then you will also need to provide an official translation of your documents. All qualifications or certificates for credit transfer can be emailed or scanned and send to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
- You can pay your fees for that year of study in full at the start of the first semester (Sept/Oct)
- You can pay your fees for that year of study in 2 (each 50%) instalments. The first instalment in Sept/Oct, and the second in January.
- You can pay your fees over 6 equal instalments throughout the academic year, by recurring debit/credit card
We do accept:
- Bank to bank transfers
- Debit or credit cards, except American Express and Diners Club
- Cheques/Bankers draft (made payable to Middlesex University)
Student Fees and Finance – Financial Services
NW4 4BT, UK
Tel: +44 (0)20 8411 6400
Will I be able to handle both my job and studies at the same time? The answer is Yes.
For everyone it should be clear from the beginning that studying and keeping one’s job requires one to sacrifice more than a regular full-time student. But no worries: Our students have proved this is not only feasible but, in fact, quite manageable. The degree to which you will succeed depends entirely on you.
- A second class honours degree or above.
- We will also accept a graduate level professional qualification of comparable standard.
- You must have a minimum of two years’ managerial or professional experience in a full-time position.
- If you do not hold an honours degree you will be required to demonstrate significantly successful managerial experience* and may be required to complete a GMAT test**.
* Managerial experience means managerial responsibility for people and/or functions and/or technical expertise.
**The GMAT test measures a candidate’s academic potential for advanced management studies and is the standard and uniform predictor of graduate-level performance we use for candidates applying from all over the world from a wide range of undergraduate colleges and universities. We may require you to take this test.
Further details may be obtained here: entry requirements
- IELTS (written and spoken 6.5 or higher, and preferably listening 7.0) or
- TOEFL 600 (paper based) or 250 (computer based) or 100 (internet based) score.
The programme starts annually in October (Induction week starts two weeks before official kick-off).
- our 24-hour online portal (myUniHub)
- study guides
- online audio & video content
- discussion groups
- multi-media resources
- case studies
- individual access to tutors
- webinars and
- online lectures (available in real time or as an archive).
As a student you will find a lot of forums where you can get in touch with other students. During your modules you have to interact with colleagues.
This is a forum where student voice leaders and staff meet to discuss the MBA programme. This includes any issues but also talking about future developments and things that are going well. The Board also looks at student survey results and the reports from External Examiners. Minutes are made of the discussions and decisions and you can read these online.
The membership of a Board of Study includes:
- Student Voice Leader (for more information about being a student voice leader see below)
- Head of Department
- Programme co-ordinator and other academic staff involved in the delivery of the programme and/or modules
- Support services representatives
Student Voice Leaders are student representatives, elected at the start of the academic year. They ensure that the interests of students on the programme are represented, attending Boards of Study as well as Student Voice conferences. They are also responsible for feeding back the outcomes of any meetings or events they attend. You can find out more about how to become one and who your student voice leader is on the Middlesex University Students’ Union (MdxSU) website: http://www.mdxsu.com/studentvoice
IMPORTANT: Assessment deadlines do occasionally change and while every effort has been made to ensure dates are correct at the time of publishing you should check your email and ‘My Learning’ on myUniHub so you are aware of any changes. Your module handbooks have the precise details of when and how to submit your coursework and how you get a receipt confirming you have submitted it. Please refer to these and contact the module leader if you have any queries.
- The University is reviewed by QAA (Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education of UK)
- The university has been awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize three times and has twice received Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
- Due to the “HEFCE Research on National Student Survey” Middlesex University is one the leading Universities in London.
- International accreditation H+, Higher learning institutions that are officially recognised in the UK and also in Germany (anabin.kmk.org)
- The answer is no! Distance-learners do not need a Visa to study at Middlesex University (London).
If you have further questions, our Student-Advisory-Service is happy to answer your questions.
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