During your time at University, you may wish to make a complaint about the University, if something has negatively affected your experience or will because the service that was provided by Middlesex University has not been of good standard.
The MDXSU Advice service can help you with complaints by complaint processes, advising you how to put together a complaint and providing feedback on this, and accompanying you to meetings with the University. You can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 020 8411 6450.
You can make a complaint within 3 months following the event you wish to make a complaint about. If you are making a complaint about a series of events, you must do so within 3 months of the final event in the series.
You should first try to address the issue at the level at which it occurred (within your Faculty/within the relevant service) with the member of staff most closely involved with the event you wish to make a complaint about.
An Investigating officer will make every effort to resolve the issue swiftly, and you may be called in for a meeting as part of this. You should normally receive a written response within 28 days.
For academic programme related complaints, submit your Stage 2 form to the Deputy Dean. For service related complaint, submit your Stage 2 form to the head of the relevant service department.
They will let you know that they have received your complaint within 7 days, and you should normally receive a written response to your complaint within 21 days.
a.) there was an irregularity within the Stage 2 investigation or;
b.) new information, which is important in reaching a fair decision, has come up which you were not able to disclose previously for a good reason or;
c.) the decision at Stage 2 was unreasonable based on the information that you had provided;
You can request a review of the outcome of the Stage 2 investigation within 21 working days, submitting it to the Director of Student Affairs using the University Level Review Form (ULR). The receipt of your review should be acknowledged within 7 working days and you should normally be receiving a response within 21 days.
The review will be carried out by a designated Senior Manager and will consider whether the Stage 2 outcome was reasonable or whether it should be re-considered in the light of new evidence. Remember that this is not reopening of the original complaint, and dissatisfaction with the outcome is not a valid reason for requesting a review.