Middlesex University is a university in north London, England. It is located in the historic county boundaries of Middlesex from which it takes its name.
Middlesex University is dedicated to unlocking potential in students, through research and within businesses. University teaches 35,000 students on Middlesex courses in London, Dubai, Mauritius and with partners across the world.
Middlesex University has a reputation for the highest quality teaching, research that makes a real difference to people’s lives and a practical, innovative approach to working with businesses to develop staff potential and provide solutions to business issues. Their expertise is wide ranging, from engineering, information, health and social sciences, to business, arts and education – and Middlesex is a national leader in work based learning solutions.
Middlesex University has been awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize three times and has twice received Queen’s Award for Enterprise (for its international work). The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) ranks Middlesex University Business School among the top 20 international business schools in the world, ahead of Oxford and Cambridge.
•School of Arts and Education
•School of Engineering and Information Sciences
•School of Health and Social Sciences
Work placements can be undertaken during your course and offer you the opportunity to put theory into practice in a real work environment. You will gain valuable employability skills, as well as enhancing your academic achievement in preparation for your future career. Placements are a standard part of many courses and a possibility on several others, giving you the chance to undertake work directly related to your programme of study. Work experience placements are supported across the University by a network of dedicated placement officers.
Middlesex offers self-catering housing for nearly 1200 students across six halls of residence – all of which have IT network access points. Student accommodation ranges from study bedrooms with en suite facilities, to traditional style halls with shared kitchens and bathrooms. However, you may want to rent student accommodation privately – university can help here too. The average cost per week of a room in halls is £135 to £250