Middlesex is a leading UK university with an international reputation. We've been nurturing talent for 130 years – and thanks to our commitment to innovation, we're still growing. We welcome students from all around the globe: there are currently 140 different nationalities represented at our vibrant London campuses.
Polish students are currently enjoying the benefits of a Middlesex University education at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Popular subjects include business, political studies, English language, translation, journalism and media, advertising, and PR. And there are even more courses to choose from – which means even more opportunities for you to experience our world-class teaching, cutting-edge facilities and excellence in research.
Whatever you study, our focus is on preparing you for your chosen career in today's competitive jobs market. That's why most of our courses include opportunities for internships, part-time work experience and international exchange.
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 Poland, answering any questions you have about our courses, entry requirements, student life and more.
We often visit schools, colleges and education fairs in Poland. For a schedule of all our upcoming international visits see our international fairs page.
Our official representative for applicants from Poland is Dr Marta Wlodarczyk of Episteme Educational Placement Services. Dr Marta Wlodarczyk can answer any questions you have about studying at Middlesex University and support you throughout the application process.
Episteme bezpłatnie organizuje studia na Middlesex University London, pomaga w staraniach o pożyczkę na czesne oraz wszystkich innych kwestiach związanych ze studiami na Middlesex.
Contact: Dr Marta Włodarczyk
Tel/fax: +48 12 6590 536 (Kraków, Poland)
Tel/fax: 0044 20 8870 3030 (London, England)
If you have any questions about entry requirements and the suitability of your qualifications, please contact your regional team.
For most entry to most undergraduate courses, you must have completed the Swiadectwo Dojrzalosci / Matura, with good grades in relevant subjects. Each candidate's Swiadectwo Dojrzalosci /Matura will be judged on its individual merit.
Students must also meet our standard English Language Requirements. We accept the New Matura as evidence of your English language ability with minimum grades of Oral - 65% and Written - 75% (basic) or 60% (extended) required for most undergraduate programmes. If you don't meet these, we offer a Pre-sessional English course.
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.
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.
Name: Ewa Lison
Course: 2nd Year of BA Interpreting and Translation
Where are you from: Korfantów/Woj.Opolskie, Poland
When I came to the Middlesex Open Day I was really impressed with the modern campus. I felt that this was a place that was clearly investing in its future. Then I met some of the Student Ambassadors who showed me around the campus and after having a very friendly chat with them I knew I would fit right into the student life at Middlesex University.
Well I would say after meeting my potential tutors and then course leader I felt assured I would get the support I needed. Furthermore, not many universities in and around London offer a BA degree both in Interpreting and Translation in one single course, this was a key factor for me choosing Middlesex.
After I started my first year I found out that I could practise Conference Interpreting in real-live interpreting booths which are available at the university. We have also created our MDX Interpreting and Translation Society and this year we are going on a trip with our tutors to Brussels, where we will experience a real Conference Interpreting practice at the EU Parliament.
As easy and enjoyable as can be! MDX is so multi-cultural and multi-national that you never feel like an outsider. You can learn so much about other cultures and meet many interesting friends from all over the world. It’s very handy if you want to travel around the world.
General student life! But probably my fondest memory is working as a Student Ambassador. In the role I could spend time with my friends and get paid for it! One of the reasons why I decided to work as a Student Ambassador was to take part in the many events organised at MDX which are a great opportunity for networking with other people. It’s never too soon to start building up your future contacts!
Go to Uni Hub and don’t be shy to ask any questions you might have! People who work there can really help you and provide great advice.
If you have the opportunity to study in the UK, do it! It’s very advantageous and it will look great on your CV!
It will help you to improve your English language skills and become more confident! By doing so, you will make the most interesting friendships that could last forever.
I would love to carry on working for Middlesex University as a Student Ambassador and hopefully after graduation I could become a Graduate Teaching Assistant and start building my career as a freelance Legal Interpreter.
If you want to broaden your horizon, become more independent, learn new skills and meet great friends MDX is the place for you!