Middlesex brings related subjects together into six schools. Our schools allow the cross-pollination of ideas and expertise from teaching, research and knowledge transfer. Middlesex University Mauritius Branch Campus (MUMBC) currently offers programmes from five of the six schools.
The overall mission of our courses is to develop professionals who can manage ethically, sensitively and holistically in a range of organisations in an increasingly global and rapidly changing environment. Our graduates can be found in almost all walks of business, industrial, community and professional life.
The School of Health and Education has a wide-ranging academic portfolio of courses with a well-established reputation in research, teaching and knowledge transfer in education, health, teaching, social work, psychology and sports and exercise science. We have been educating teachers since 1947, and have taught psychology for almost forty years.
The School of Law brings together the study of law, criminology, sociology, social policy, politics and international relations. With a strong reputation, along with the international experience, diversity and excellence of our academic staff, Law at Middlesex offers a distinctive global perspective and environment for students and researchers.
We have a distinguished history in research and teaching in media and performing arts. Our media courses emphasise the development of high level critical, creative and practical skills. Our aim is to ensure that Middlesex graduates are recognised as among the very best in their disciplines, distinctive in their educational formation and highly sought after within the creative industries, both nationally and internationally.
The School is the home for research and teaching in science, technology and engineering at Middlesex. Much of our work is guided by the notion that people have an essential part to play in modern engineering and technology. Our school brings together leading academics from a wide variety of backgrounds, working together to ensure that broad perspectives of systems are used, to challenge thinking and formulate approaches to science, engineering, design and analysis that are fit for purpose in our modern world.