Our new campus demonstrates what can be achieved when all stakeholders share a clear vision. The concept was developed by London architect, Graham Wilson, who has developed many Middlesex buildings. He worked closely with local architect, Nik Patura to translate the concept into reality and the Mauritian context. The result is a campus that provides a twenty first century learning experience, facilitates formal and informal learning and supports the development of a global learning community.
All our buildings are named after buildings on our London Campus or former Middlesex campuses, thus continuing the theme of connectivity between the campus and London and the concept of “One Middlesex”
The Campus is designed to accommodate circa 2000 students and Phase 2 is already planned to accommodate further growth.
Our new campus has three lecture theatres. Two of these seat 75 students whilst the third equipped with sense surround sound can seat up to 90 students. All teaching spaces are connected to the internet and are well-equipped with high-end audio visual technology.
This building houses our computer, biodiversity and psychology laboratories. Some laboratories have specialist facilities including networking and robotics facilities.
The focus of this building is student support and our administrative function. The main reception for the campus is located here./p>
Named after one of the original colleges that formed Middlesex this building houses the book collection, additional computer facilities for online learning, group, and quiet study spaces.
Designed to provide space for student led activities, as well as an ecumenical prayer room.
Our students and staff have access to a range of refreshments including an on-site cafeteria in the Colindale Building.
A nearly completed restaurant adjacent to the campus will offer additional catering. Opposite the campus a new sports complex with a 50-metre Olympic sized swimming pool, football and rugby pitches, gym and fitness centre will provide excellent facilities and preferential membership rates for Middlesex University students and staff.
The Student Life Residence managed by our partners, Medine, is located alongside the campus. This provides a range of accommodation for students and is the first student residence in Mauritius.