For the last 130 years, we've been recognised the world over for our outstanding contribution to teaching and research. Our selection of courses equips you with the skills and practical experience you need to take on careers at the cutting edge of industry.
Every year, students from across France join us to study one of our exciting undergraduate or postgraduate courses – the most popular among students from France include BA International Business Administration, LLB Law and our wide selection of art, design and media courses.
We also offer a range of short term study abroad opportunities - from a semester or summer to a whole year abroad. If you're studying with one of our partner institutions and meet the requirements, you may be able to join us for the third year of a selected undergraduate course and gain a BA degree while spending the year experiencing a new culture and making new friends in London.
Our European & Mediterranean Team offers a personalised service to students from France, supporting you in your application to Middlesex, and answering any questions you have about our courses, entry requirements, student life and more.
We often visit schools, colleges and education fairs in France. For a schedule of all our upcoming international visits see our international fairs page.
If you have any questions about entry requirements and the suitability of your qualifications, please contact your regional team.
For entry to most undergraduate courses, you must have completed either:
Each course will have specific grade requirements and some will have prerequisites, such as prior study in a specific subject or submission of a portfolio. Full details can be found within the specific course information page.
As part of the application process you will need to provide a letter of reference from an academic source and a personal statement.
Students must also meet our standard English Language Requirements. We accept a minimum score of 14 in English in either the Baccalauréat (le bac) or Option Internationale du Baccalauréat, as evidence of your English language ability for most undergraduate programmes. If you don't meet these or one of our other accepted qualifications, we offer a Pre-sessional English course.
If you have successfully passed at least one year's higher studies in a relevant subject area you may able to enter directly onto the second or third year of one of our undergraduate degrees as a transfer student. We require 60 ECTS for entry to year two, and 120 ECTS for entry to year three. Acceptance is based on a curriculum match between your prior study and the syllabus at Middlesex.
You must also meet our standard English Language Requirements, and as part of the application process you will need to provide a letter of reference from an academic source and a personal statement.
For most postgraduate courses, you must have completed a good Bachelor Degree, equivalent to a British second-class Honours Degree.
Some courses will have prerequisites, such as prior study in a specific subject, work-experience or the submission of a portfolio. Full details can be found within the specific course information page.
Our MBA courses require at least two years of post-graduation work experience at management level, and in some cases a GMAT score of over 550 will also be required.
As part of the application process you will need to provide two letters of reference from academic sources and a personal statement.
We are pleased to offer a range of international scholarships and merit awards to international students.
Visit our scholarships page for a list of all Middlesex scholarships you may be eligible for.
You can also apply to a variety of private agencies and charities for scholarships, bursaries and grants to study in the UK. For more information visit the British Council website or the UK Council for International Student Affairs website.
Undergraduate students from the EU may be eligible to apply to Student Finance England (SFE) for a student loan to cover the cost of their fees, and may also be eligible for a loan to cover living costs.