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Undergraduate Open Events

Take part in our online event on Wednesday 1 April 2020 or see Middlesex for yourself at our next Open Day on Saturday 27 June 2020

What happens at our open day

From interactive sessions that show you what it's really like to study here, to a tour of our amazing campus, there's so much to do when you visit.

Students George and Gillian tell you more about what to expect when you come to an Open Day.

Your next step

Talking to Course Ambassadors on the Open Day and gaining their insight into the degree I wanted to study was invaluable. It definitely helped me to make my mind up much quicker!

Michael Chmielinski, BA Banking, Accounting and Finance

Get help with your application

Our Admissions Service will be there to talk you through the application process and give general admissions advice about our programmes and entry requirements. The team will also share their experience on how to write a personal statement that stands out.

Meet student support services

Get advice on how to make the most of your time at Middlesex by speaking to our support service teams about where you'll be living, options for studying abroad and planning your future career. There are also dedicated disability, counselling and financial advice services for any queries you might have.

Take a tour

Get your bearings and familiarise yourself with what Middlesex University can offer. We will be running tours throughout the day of the campus, accommodation, library and sports facilities.

Top questions to ask on an Open Day

Make the most of your visit by preparing some questions to ask our academics, support staff and current students. Here are just a few to get you thinking.

About your course

  • What are the entry requirements?
  • What facilities will I use during the course?
  • Can I study abroad?

About support services

  • What support will I have with my academic studies?
  • What support will I have with my overall well-being?
  • What career advice is available to me?

About accommodation

  • How much are accommodation fees?
  • How do I apply for accommodation?
  • Are all first year students guaranteed accommodation on campus?

About life at Middlesex

  • What shops, cafes, restaurants and bars are nearby?
  • What clubs and societies are available on campus?
  • Why did you choose Middlesex?

It was worth coming along to the open day. I was really impressed by the facilities on offer, especially the wealth of support available to you.

Mariam Humed, BA Sociology with Criminology

Travel to Middlesex

Our campus is only a 10 minute walk from Hendon Central on the Northern line and on / close to nearly 20 London bus routes. Plan your journey to come and see us.

Directions to campus

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