Our student accommodation won't have social distancing restrictions in place this autumn, as long as government guidelines allow. There will be plenty of support and guidance to help you keep yourself and others safe.
Applications for September 2023 are now open.
We'll update these pages with more info about accommodation when we have it.
We're here to help you find accommodation in our own halls and halls shared with other universities as well as a private rented place in London. You can always ask us for advice if you've got concerns around finding accommodation during coronavirus too.
If you have a disability, you can count on Middlesex University to offer you a room that meets your individual needs, from wheelchair-accessible rooms to adapted fire-alarms for those with a hearing impairment. Please contact our Disability and Dyslexia Service Team by emailing email@example.com, who will be able to assess your needs and help you find out which one of our rooms is best suited to you. Additional adaptions can be made to your room if necessary.
Call +44 (0)20 8411 6121
There are many benefits to living in halls of residence. Here are three top reasons to choose halls.
Living in halls is a great way to meet people. Make the most of shared spaces to study, eat, watch TV and play sport together.
Our halls have 24-hour reception and security teams so there's always someone around to help. The team will also fix maintenance problems quickly with no hassle.