The Middlesex University is a large London based university with a history in higher education dating from 1878. In 1992 it was granted the Royal Charter becoming a world-class university, with campuses in London, Dubai, Malta and Mauritius. The institution offers a broad range of courses through three academic faculties: Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries; Faculty of Professional and Social Sciences - which includes the Business School; and the Faculty of Science and Technology.
Over 34,000 students are studying on Middlesex courses worldwide, both at their campuses and also with partner institutions, making the university one of the largest providers of British higher education to international students.
Middlesex University Business School is a major international business school based in London with overseas campuses in Dubai and Mauritius and a global portfolio of partnerships delivering high quality accredited programmes in business and management.
Staff and students come from a wide spectrum of cultures and backgrounds with a common interest in executive education that is world class, modern and applicable. Middlesex University Business School is proud of its dedicated teachers and its rich range of learning resources including distance learning and virtual learning environments. Our alumni are represented at the highest levels of organisations in business, the arts, healthcare and education.
The Business School’s heritage is based on strong partnerships with industry and the professions. The roots of the Business School lie in Hendon Technical College, one of the founding component colleges of Middlesex University, that opened in 1939. Middlesex introduced one of the UK’s first personnel management courses in the 1950s.
The College’s Department of Management Studies introduced the BA Business Studies degree in 1965. This was the first course in the UK launched under a new government blueprint for business programmes.
Within two years, the Middlesex course had become the largest Business Studies degree in the UK. Our research output in business and management is thriving – the Business School had the second highest number of staff, among the modern universities, to submit to the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE).
The Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) visited Middlesex in the Spring of 2009 and noted in its report that its auditors had confidence in the University’s current and likely future management of its academic standards and of the learning opportunities available to students.
MBA students studying at Middlesex will know that they will be taught in areas where internationally renowned research is being undertaken. With a reputation for teaching and research excellence and superb student support, the Business School provides an extremely stimulating environment.
Middlesex University has been awarded The Queen’s Award for Enterprise for outstanding achievement in international trade.
Alumni - A network to support your future development
As a graduate of the MBA in Shipping and Logistics you will gain lifelong membership of the Middlesex University Alumni Association, a fast growing organisation of former students from all over the world. The Alumni Association allows you easily to maintain close contact with the University and each other. Membership is also your gateway to a range of benefits we have negotiated for you.
The University is proud of and grateful to all its alumni, who are living proof of an outstanding, modern university.
Middlesex University is recognised by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI)
To learn about other courses at Middlesex University, including the full-time MBA, visit www.mdx.ac.uk