Middlesex students are expected to conduct themselves at all times in a manner that demonstrates respect for the University, fellow students and its staff. Students are ambassadors for the University, and are expected to behave in a way that enhances the reputation of the University and all of its students and graduates, and that is sensitive to our culturally diverse environment. Membership of the University gives students certain rights and as well as responsibilities which are listed in the Middlesex University Regulations.
Exceptions to these regulations are when alternative local procedures and regulations are in place at the Dubai Campus (for example, for student complaints and grievances or local codes of conduct). Where local procedures exist, these are applied in lieu of Middlesex University procedures applicable at the Hendon (London) Campus. For Middlesex University students, it is important that you read and understand the University's regulations and policies, which define what you can expect while studying with us. Students are encouraged, with the support of the University, to engage actively in the learning process, to be fully committed to their studies, and determined to succeed.
SPECIFIC REGULATIONS AND CODES OF CONDUCT FOR DUBAI CAMPUS STUDENTS
Students at our Middlessex University Dubai campuses are expected to comply with specific rules when using specialised facilities such as The Library and the Library Individual Study (LIS) areas, all Studios and Labs, Student Lounges, etc. and when using certain services such as University Bus Service. These are included in the Student Conduct and Discipline Rules.