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Campus Central

Enrolment and Module Registration


Enrolling at Middlesex University Dubai is a process by which an individual officially agrees to become a student at the University before they start their classes. This also indicates the student’s agreement to abide by the University’s policies and regulations.

All new and continuing students must enrol at the start of the programme of study, prior to attending classes, and shall undertake to comply with the regulations of the University. To enrol you need to go online to UniHub (at and follow the simple instructions. Returning students can enrol for their new academic year if they are not in debt to the University and have no outstanding progression problems.

It is important you provide your correct contact details such as (address, phone number and email) when enrolling online, as we will use this information to contact you about important announcements.

Students who do not enrol at the beginning of term can face significant issues with their student records, including de-registration from their modules or from their programme entirely.

The programme of study of a student who fails to enrol is deemed to have lapsed. No student shall be entitled to enrol unless the prescribed fees have been paid or satisfactory arrangements made to ensure that they would be paid. No student may be enrolled simultaneously on more than one full-time taught programme of study at Middlesex University.

An online video at video shows you how to enrol step-by-step. If you experience any problems during the enrolment process, contact the IT Office at [email protected] for assistance.

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Module Registration

Many programmes offered at Middlesex University Dubai have both compulsory and optional modules. For returning students, compulsory modules are registered before the start of every academic year. Students that are required to select optional modules for next academic year will need to complete the relevant Programme Planning forms. For new students, this process is completed at Induction.

It is your responsibility as a student to make sure you are registered for the correct modules. You can check your current module registrations on UniHub (see: ‘UniHub’ under the section: Learning Resources).

Module descriptions can aid you in choosing your optional modules as they include the aims, learning outcomes, syllabus, reading lists and assessment components of each module. Module descriptions are available for you to view within your programme handbook; this can be found within your programme area of MyLearning within MyUniHub. They can be found towards the end of the handbook. Module descriptions can also be searched and viewed via MyUniHub.

For more information on programme modules, select the relevant programmehere.

Should students require further information or advice on the optional modules available, they can make an appointment to speak to their Campus Programme Coordinator.

Change in Optional Modules

Any requests for change in optional modules should be made within the initial 2 weeks of the academic year.

Students may change their optional modules of study by completing the ‘Add/Delete Form’ at the CampusCentral. Any proposed changes must be in line with the programme specifications for the current programme and must be in agreement with the relevant Campus Programme Coordinator (CPC).

Programme Planning

By Week 18 of the academic year, students will have the opportunity to seek advice from Campus Programme Coordinators (CPCs) on their programme path and select optional modules for their next year of study. Students must choose their optional modules by the end of Week 22. Selecting optional modules gives you the opportunity to focus your degree on the subject areas you are most interested in or are hoping to get into following your graduation. It is important that you select your optional modules as early as possible as class sizes are limited, and modules can reach their capacity quickly.

Changing your Programme

Programme of study may be changed till the end of the second week of the start of the academic year.

A student may transfer from one programme of study to another within the University on condition that a satisfactory level of academic performance has been achieved, the conditions of entry have been met (including module prerequisites) and approval for the new programme of study has been obtained from the Campus Programme Coordinator (CPC).

To change a programme, the student must complete a ‘Change of Programme/Mode Request’ with the CampusCentral. Remember that this may have an impact on your tuition fees and payment plans.

Academic Guidance

Campus Programme Coordinators (CPCs) are available for programme planning and academic advice. You will find the contact information for your Campus Programme Coordinator (CPC) in your Programme Handbook and via our ‘Staff Directory’ which is available on our website at