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FIND WHERE YOU BELONG HERE


Meet friends for life at Middlesex. You’ll find people who share your interests, learn from others and create change together. Getting involved will help you add new skills to your CV and grow your network too.


When you join us, you’ll automatically become a member of Middlesex University Students’ Union (MDXSU). The team organise a range of events, from workshops to wellbeing festivals, Freshers parties to club nights. They also manage societies and student media, including our campus radio station POW! FM.


MAKE A DIFFERENCE Want to make an impact on the community – or even on the world? Getting involved with different groups gives you a voice and opportunities to support others, whether that’s another student or someone struggling in the local area.


JOIN A COMMUNITY NETWORK Parent, commuter or international student? There’s a community network here for you. Together, students support each other to get the most out of coming to university, no matter their circumstances. You’ll find a supportive and fun community of people and get a chance to make positive change on campus.


BECOME PART OF A LIBERATION GROUP Everyone has a voice at Middlesex. Liberation groups represent students who face discrimination, whether that’s in their education or wider society. Join students with similar experiences network and campaign for change.


VOLUNTEER Giving up your time helps you meet new people and boost your employability at the same time. Join us at our volunteer fair to find opportunities and discover how volunteering can strengthen you CV.


Many students support groups like the Raise and Give society and The Middlesex University Wellbeing Foundation. Or help out at the MDX Home Community Kitchen, which provides local homeless people with hot meals, legal advice and medical help.


CAMPAIGN FOR CHANGE From campaigning to resettle refugees to working to improve mental health in local schools, MDXSU joins forces with thousands of students to change the world for the better.


If you’re interested in campaigning, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved.


Or perhaps you want to represent our 18,500 students? Take a sabbatical from your course to run for office. You’ll build your confidence through public speaking and gain leadership and problem-solving skills. Taking part in student politics is a great thing to mention in interviews with potential employers too.


Chat directly with our students about finding your place WWW.MDX.AC.UK/CHAT


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