Offering internationally recognised academic standards, we're proud to welcome students from around the world into our diverse learning environment. Our courses are designed to provide you with the vital skills you need to enter the job market once you graduate – and throughout your career.
We are pleased to offer comprehensive support to prospective students from Nepal through our regional office in Delhi. Our dedicated team will be able to answer any questions relating to admissions, application, scholarships, accommodation, and much more. We also have local representatives in Nepal who can provide advice and information – so all the help you need to join our educational community is at your fingertips.
We have a strong Nepalese community at Middlesex, and an active Nepalese student society on campus. Popular subject areas include Accounting and Finance, Business Management, Design Engineering, Art and Design, Environmental and Public Health, and Computer Science.
Our regional team located in New Delhi has years of experience in supporting students from Nepal apply to Middlesex University. The friendly team can help answer any questions you have about studying in London; from entry requirements and accommodation to the application process.
Tel: +91 11 4606 6014 or +91 11 4606 6015
Address: M58, First Floor, M Block Market, Greater Kailash Part II, New Delhi-110 048, India
Representatives from our South Asia Regional Team often attend study abroad fairs and visit schools and colleges around Nepal. Upcoming visits are listed below and on our international fairs page.
Education UK Fairs
Kathmandu - 10 October 2015
Pokhara - 10-11 September 2015
Our trusted partners in Nepal can also advise you on applying to Middlesex and support you through the application process.
Contact: Dwiraj Sharma
Phone: +91 98 010 36018
If you have any questions about entry requirements and the suitability of your qualifications, please contact your regional team.
As part of the current Tier 4 visa regime, prospective students face robust questions about their destination, limits on their ability to work and tighter rules on their English-language capability. Due to these constraints we are currently not accepting applicants from Nepal to our Pre-Sessional and International Foundation programmes until further notice.
Applicants should have achieved a First Division (60% or more) in Class XII or at least three credit passes at A Level.
You must also be proficient in spoken and written English, and you must meet our standard English language requirements.
|Second class lower (2.2) equivalent||Upper second class (2.1) equivalent|
|Masters degree at 65 % ( following a three year Bachelor degree )||Masters degree at 70 % ( following a three year Bachelor degree )|
You should also have proficiency in spoken and written English, in addition to meeting our standard English language requirements.
Middlesex University believes that, like the children of all British soldiers, the children of Gurkhas have a right to a British education, and is demonstrating its support for the Gurkhas by regarding their children as UK students instead of as international students. In effect, this will mean that their tuition fees for an undergraduate programme could be reduced by almost 65 per cent.
If you are the son or daughter of a Gurkha and wish to apply for the reduced fees, you must provide:
You can apply for a Gurkha Children Bursary using the application form.
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 for the British Government's Chevening Scholarships, and 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.