Join students from 167 nationalities to study at one of the top 15 international universities in the world. When you study with us, we’ll support you in finding your path to success and standing out when you return home – wherever you’re coming from.
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We know it’s useful to have someone local to give you advice when you’re deciding to study abroad.
We’re one of the first universities that have done this.
We have 46 staff working in 16 offices across the world who will be able to:
- Offer advice and support on your application
- Tell you more about your chosen course
- Assist you with the visa application process
- Help you secure a place in our halls of residence
- Provide pre-departure briefings to help you get ready for your arrival
- Submit your application on your behalf
FIND YOUR REGIONAL TEAM
Meet us in person or online
We’d love to get to know you. Join us at one of the global fairs we attend in person or virtually throughout the year. You’ll get from one-to-one advice from staff, academics, and current students.
You can apply through our Applicant Portal, Regional Teams, and UCAS. It’s a quick and easy process, and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
English language support
If you need help improving your English language skills, we’re here to help. Find out more about our pre-sessional English courses, foundation courses and intensive IELTS preparation programme.
Need more advice?
Speak to our Admissions Enquiry Advisors about what course is right for you and how to apply.
How do I apply?
– Apply directly through the Middlesex application portal
– Apply with the support of our Regional teams
– Apply via UCAS
– Apply via an in-country agent
What are the entry requirements?
– Look at your qualifications
– See if you meet course-specific entry requirements
– Arrange interviews, auditions and portfolios for some courses
– Ask for evidence of your level of English
What visa do I need?
If you’re an EU or EEA national you’ll need to apply for the EU settlement scheme so that there are no restrictions on your study.