Middlesex is on the way to Wembley, with the University’s new halls of residence overlooking England’s iconic national football stadium due to open this September.
The £31 million Olympic Way building will be home to almost 700 students across 18 storeys, who will benefit from high speed Wi-Fi, energy-efficient LED lighting, communal spaces for relaxing, and breathtaking views of Wembley Stadium.
“At Middlesex University we put students at the centre of everything that we do” - Director of Estates and Facilities Andrew Dickie
“Students often speak to us about accommodation, so we are investing in this area as we strive to enhance the student experience in this iconic city," commented Andrew Dickie, Director of Estates and Facilities.
"Waking up to spectacular views over Wembley Stadium is yet another compelling reason for students to come and study here at Middlesex University.”
Richard Smith, Managing Director of Operations at accommodation provider Unite Students, added: “We're delighted to be working with Middlesex University, which is a forward-thinking and global institution.
“The University has real international appeal but it also has a genuine sense of community and a rich north London history. The students who move into Olympic Way from September will enjoy the latest in facilities, comfort and convenience.”
Combined with Middlesex’s four existing accommodation options – Platt, Usher, Ivy and Writtle House – the addition of Olympic Way will enable the University to guarantee accommodation in halls for all full-time first-year UK undergraduate students applying for 2016 entry who confirm their offer and apply for accommodation before 30 June 2016 and all EU/international students who confirm and apply by 12 August 2016.