07 Sep 2016
Middlesex University has opened its newest teaching facility, the £18m Ritterman Building, at its Hendon campus in north London.
Middlesex Vice-Chancellor, Professor Tim Blackman, said: “The Ritterman Building means that Middlesex continues to provide our students with a world-class learning environment equipped with the latest facilities and technology.
“The University is committed to an outstanding student experience. Since 2000 alone we have invested over £200m into Hendon to create one of the best campuses in London and continue our reputation among employers for graduates taught in industry-standard settings with the skills they need.
“Given that these magnificent new facilities will be for creative arts as well as science students, it is fitting that this building be named after Middlesex University’s Chancellor, Dame Janet Ritterman, who has done so much to champion the arts and our university.”
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