About Middlesex University
Middlesex University in London is one of the top 2 universities in the UK (Times Higher Education Young Universities, 2022). Our degree apprenticeships are developed with professionals and industry leaders and are rated ‘good’ by Ofsted (Ofsted 2022). We connect students with over 1000 employer and industry partners and give them practical skills and workplace experience to feel confident about their future. That means 93% of our graduates are in further work or study soon after they leave us (Graduate Outcomes, 2022). Our students learn about what’s happening in the real world, work on live projects and use professional facilities, with all the personal academic and career support that they need to succeed. Our students have an excellent experience studying here and we’re 5th out of 20 universities in London for overall undergraduate student positivity about their courses and 25th in the UK (National Student Survey and THE 2023). Middlesex is a global university that does things differently and a place where our students change and grow to get the future they want.
A degree apprenticeship is a great way to take the next step in your career – wherever you are in your journey. Get a boost at the beginning of your career or get ready to change your career if you’re already working. Middlesex offers apprenticeships in policing, nursing and healthcare, business management, teaching, social work, environmental and occupational health and safety, creative industries and coaching and mentoring. Our dedicated careers and employability service, MDXworks, provide a range of opportunities and services to support your career development. You’ll have unlimited access to personalised careers and employability support to build your confidence, skills and experience, and your chances of achieving your career goals.
“I am really enthusiastic about apprenticeships. They are brilliant in terms of the competitiveness of our economy because they make us more skilled. But also, I see them as a big engine of social mobility, because they are a way to ensure people can get on in life to get the good jobs that they want, and realise their ambitions and their dreams”