Middlesex University has a long and proud history as a provider of high-quality education in North London.
In 1973, these Colleges joined together to form Middlesex Polytechnic which, in 1992, became Middlesex University by Royal Assent.
In 1996 Middlesex University was awarded the first of three Queen's Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education for its innovative provision of Work Based Learning, its Education Technology and more recently for the University's groundbreaking Flood Hazard Research Centre.
The University was given the Queen's Award for Enterprise, in 2003, in recognition of Middlesex's pioneering global network of recruitment offices.
The University deepened its international reach when it opened Middlesex University in Dubai in 2005 and five years later Middlesex University of Mauritius.
The Lansdowne Centre for Electronic Arts is a major research facility in the School investigating digital media, sonic arts, human-computer interaction, musicology and the history of ideas, and more.
In addition, the School is home to the Art & Design Research Institute (ADRI), The History of Art, Architecture and Design Research Group, a centre for Creative Writing, and a Centre for Research into Creation in the Performing Arts.
The new Arts facility at our North London campus is a major product of Middlesex's recent investment in facilities and can be viewed at ac.uk/creative This school has departments in Computer Communications, Business Information Systems, Computer Science, Multimedia and Product Design Engineering.
Postgraduate programmes include Business Information Technology, Visual Analytics, Mobile Telecommunication Engineering, Computer & Network Security, Electronic Security & Digital Forensics, Biomedical Modelling & Informatics, Creative Technology, Digital Inclusion, Internet Application Development and Software Engineering.
For this development of its global activities Middlesex won its second Queen's Award for Enterprise in 2011.