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Middlesex University, first to settle within Uniciti campus
10 September 2017
Middlesex University, first to settle within Uniciti campus

Middlesex University will the first to set foot within the 36-hectare Uniciti campus by the end of September 2017 for its new academic intake.

Established in Mauritius since 2010, Middlesex University will be the first occupant of the state-of-the-art premises offered by the Uniciti integrated campus.

Spread over 2 hectares of land, the 8,000m² campus boasts the finest infrastructure and amenities for the welfare of its student population. The campus includes a library, lecture halls, IT labs, classrooms, student areas, a cafeteria and other facilities.

Students will have access to the sports centre and Student Life Restaurant next to the campus.

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