In 1995 Ming-Ai (London) Institute became an Associate College of Middlesex University, this was designed to enhance the resources and expertise of both institutions. Middlesex University is keen to develop China-related programmes. Ming-Ai with its connections and knowledge of China has been able to facilitate appropriate contacts.
Since 1995 the Institute has maintained a good relationship with Middlesex University and in 2014 will offer their first masters programme MA in Cultural Heritage Management.
Ming-Ai is one of the partner centres of UK Online. The ICT centre was funded by the UK Online Project of the then Department for Education and Skills (DfES), and provides facilities for the Chinese and other communities in London to acquire computing skills and to keep abreast of information technology. The centre was opened on 30 April 2002 by Dr Ma Zhenggang, Chinese Ambassador to the UK, and Mr Andy Mitchell, Team Leader of UK Online Project, DfES.
Ming-Ai (London) Institute has been appointed as a Global Marketing Network Professional Development Centre. Under the agreement Ming-Ai (London) Institute will be delivering Global Marketing Network approved programmes and workshops to support the continuing professional development of Chinese marketing and business executives. Ming-Ai also delivers a range of language and business culture programmes designed to support business professionals who want to enter the Chinese market and it is intended that Ming-Ai's expertise in this area will also be promoted across the GMN network, worldwide.