London is a fantastic city to live in – and with a range of accommodation options to suit different needs, lifestyles and budgets, we'll help you find your home here.
There are two main types of accommodation available while at Middlesex:
Halls of residence: Living in halls is a great way to make the most out of your university years. As a Middlesex student you can apply to one of our own self-catering halls of residence in North London or choose from one of the many options of private halls across London. Accommodation in halls of residence varies in size and finish from luxurious en-suite studios to simple dormitory-style hostels.
Private rented accommodation: Accommodation available can include flats, houses or lodgings with a live-in landlord. These options are usually located away from the University's main halls of residence.
Make sure you start your search early; there are lots of students looking for accommodation, particularly before the start of term.
If you have a disability that may affect the type of accommodation that's best for you, please contact the University Disability Support Service: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)20 8411 4945.
Should you require accommodation for a short visit to London, there are a variety of hotels, guesthouses and bed-and-breakfast options for a range of budgets all across the city. You can download our accommodation list.
Based at our Hendon campus, the Accommodation team is on hand to offer you help and advice on finding suitable accommodation. Our professional staff will also be able to deal with any issues concerning contracts and financial matters relating to halls of residence. Contact the Accommodation office by email email@example.com or call +44 (0)20 8411 6121.