Each year we welcome over 100 international exchange and Erasmus + students from our partner institutions around the globe, who usually spend a year of their degree studying with us in London.
Study your subject from a new perspective, gaining new experiences, essential life skills and also gaining academic credits towards your degree. You can choose from our wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses at our impressive North London campus.
Our academics are active researchers and leading practitioners who drive positive change in society, business and the wider world. By passionately bringing the real world into the classroom they will inspire and challenge you beyond the textbook.
We've also created the best possible environment for you to learn and grow - our state-of-the-art campus is one of the biggest in the capital and means you will have everything you need in one place.
You will also have the inspiration of London on your doorstep – a true city of ideas waiting for you to explore. From business links to cultural events and a fantastic social scene, London itself is one of the world's greatest learning resources.
Our students come from all corners of the globe; a third from outside the UK – as do many of our academics. This creates a diverse learning environment, and means you will make friends and connections all over the world.
Middlesex is proud to be part of the Erasmus+ network - the European Commission's exchange programme that funds opportunities for students to study (or gain accredited work experience) within the European Union, European Economic Area and Turkey.
Eligible students in this area will receive an Erasmus grant to contribute to living costs arising from studying abroad. Erasmus grants are paid in addition to the standard grants or loans to which students are entitled.
You will also gain ECTS credits for your time at Middlesex that will be recognised by your home institution and as part of your degree. 60 ECTS credits represent a full year of study (equivalent to 120 Middlesex University credits).
Entry will depend on your academic progress, your language ability and the exchange places available at Middlesex.
If your education hasn't been conducted in English, you'll need to prove your English language ability to study with us. Check the accepted English tests here. We also offer pre-sessional English courses to students who need to improve their English level to study with us, and our Learner Development Unit supports students during the academic year.
To find out more contact your institution's Erasmus or exchanges office, or take a look at our brochure.