Contact Us

Where to find us

MDXSU Welcome Desk
MDX House (downstairs)
The Burroughs, Hendon 
London, NW4 4BT

Phone us: 020 8411 6450 

Email us: mdxsu@mdx.ac.uk  

Welcome Desk opening hours:

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the MDXSU offices and Welcome Desk are currently closed.

Our staff are working remotely, and can be contacted via email.

 

 

Get in touch

General Enquiries mdxsu@mdx.ac.uk  020 8411 6450 
Advice Service studentadvice@mdx.ac.uk 020 8411 6450 
Representation and Voice Leaders studentvoice@mdx.ac.uk 020 8411 6450  
Events studentevents@mdx.ac.uk 020 8411 4723 
Marketing and Advertising Enquiries marketing@mdxsu.com 020 8411 6450  
Societies and Student Groups societies@mdx.ac.uk 020 8411 6450  
Press Enquiries mdxsupress@mdx.ac.uk   020 8411 6450 

 

MDXSU President – Gagandeep Kaur g.kaur@mdx.ac.uk
Vice President Professional & Social Sciences – Tahmina Choudhery  t.choudhery@mdx.ac.uk  
Vice President Science & Technology – Khalid Abumaye k.abumaye@mdx.ac.uk  
Vice President Arts & Creative Industries – Nishtha Relan n.relan@mdx.ac.uk  

FAQs

What is Middlesex Students' Union? 

We are you! We are a union of all students at Middlesex University. We are independent to the university and a registered non-profit organisation. We are the voice of Middlesex students, representing you in university decisions and campaigning for changes you want to see on campus and beyond. We organise events - from employability-boosting workshops to our fun-filled Freshers' events - as well as overseeing societies and your student media.

As well as supporting students to make improvements at the university, we can also provide independent, one-to-one support if you're facing a specific problem with your programme. Click here to find out more about the MDXSU Advice service. 

How do I become a member of MDXSU? 

If you're a registered student at Middlesex University in London, you're automatically member of MDXSU. 

Who leads the Students' Union? 

We are led for students, by students! Your Students' Union is led by four full-time, elected Student Officers - one President, and three Vice-Presidents who represent each faculty within MDX. 

Our Student Officers are all students at Middlesex - with each Vice President having studied within the Faculty they now represent - and they were elected into their current full-time, paid roles as part of our annual MDXSU Elections every March. They work closely with Student Voice Leaders for each year of each programme to ensure that MDXSU is effectively representing students. 

The officer team is assisted by a team of MDXSU staff, who oversee and run our multiple opportunities and services. 

For contact details for our officers and staff, please click here, or email our Welcome Desk team at mdxsu@mdx.ac.uk

Is MDXSU part of Middlesex University? 

We are independent from the University. However, we do work very closely with them, and they provide us with a funding grant. It is our job to make sure students are satisfied with their university experience, and to represent student views to the university. 

MDXSU is not-for-profit? 

Yep! We are a registered charity and are funded by money raised through our events and merchandise, as well a grant from the University. As a non-profit organisation, every penny we make goes straight back into your university experience!

How do I sign in on www.mdxsu.com? 

To join Student Groups and book tickets for events through our website, you'll need to sign in. If you're a student at Middlesex, click the student login button and enter your university email and password - this will be the same as your UniHub login. Staff or guests can also create an account.

If you're having problems logging in, please email mdxsu@mdx.ac.uk 

Where can I find the Students' Union? 

We're based on the Middlesex University Hendon campus downstairs in MDX House along with the Middlesex University Sports Department and the Fitness Pod gym. Currently, our offices are closed and our staff are working remotely, but you can get in touch with us via email on mdxsu@mdx.ac.uk.