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International students

Our courses focus on practical experience and real-world skills so you’ll graduate with the right knowledge for a successful career

Study in London

London is voted the best student city in the world for studying abroad (QS Best Student Cities 2018). Living in London gives you access to impressive work placements and internships during your course. It's a place like no other for culture. And London always has somewhere new for socialising day and night.

Why choose Middlesex

Before you apply

Find your course

Start by finding a course that's right for you.

Undergraduate courses

Postgraduate courses

Pre-sessional English or IELTs preparation

Degree foundation courses

Why choose Middlesex

When you study with us, you'll get the knowledge and opportunities that you need to succeed as a professional and develop as an individual so you stand out back home.

Reasons to choose Middlesex

Ask a question

We're here to help with your application.

Contact your regional team

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Get support in your country

EU Settlement Scheme

The EU Settlement Scheme offers you an opportunity to protect your residence and continue to study and work in the UK. It also allows you to apply for either Pre-Settled or Settled Status.

Find out more and see if you're eligible

Talk to our students

Chat with current students about their experience of studying your course and life at Middlesex.

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Come to an International Fair

We go to lots of international education events every year where you can meet us and ask questions.

Find an event

Take a virtual tour

Look around our campus to see the practical teaching spaces, modern classrooms, state-of-the-art labs, and high-end studios where you’ll learn.

Start the tour

Fees and funding

The cost of studying at Middlesex includes:

  • Tuition fees for your course and additional costs for some courses
  • Accommodation costs
  • Living costs
  • English language tuition fees if you need extra support.

See our guide to what it costs to study at Middlesex and financial support for EU and international students.

Finance for international students

We're a global university

Our international community of students and academics includes 145 nationalities across our campuses in London, Dubai, Mauritius and Malta. Our global network means you'll get application support in your country and when you graduate you'll be connected to alumni around the world.

Why choose Middlesex

After you apply

Your offer

Our Admissions team will contact you with a response to your application. Here are the different options:

  • Unconditional offer - you have a place on your chosen course as you have met all the necessary entry requirements. Congratulations!
  • Conditional offer - you have a place on your chosen course but you still need to meet some of the entry requirements as specified in your offer letter. Congratulations!
  • Offer for another course - another option if you do not qualify for your original course but meet the entry requirements for a similar course.
  • Rejection of application - unfortunately, you do not currently meet the entry requirements for any of our courses.

Track your application

Check the status of your application through UCAS or, depending on the course you've applied to, through our Online Applicant Portal.

Get ready for your career

Our courses are developed with employers to make sure you'll get skills and experience that make you employable in the real world. Our personalised career support is available during your course and after graduation.

Why choose Middlesex
  • Visas and immigration

    Many of our international students need a visa to study in the UK. You start your visa application when you've received an offer from us.

    Remember that we have a team of advisors on hand to deal with any of your questions.

    Student route (formerly tier 4) visa

    This visa allows you to study on a course that is longer than six months. Most international students need this visa to study in the UK.

    Apply for a Student route visa

    Short-term Study visa

    This is a temporary, short-term visa that allows you to come to the UK for a maximum of six months.

    Short-term Study visa

    EU Settlement Scheme

    If you're an EU or EEA national considering studying with us in 2021, you'll need to apply to this scheme so that there are no restrictions on your study.

    If you're planning to start with us in 2020, then you won't need a visa as long as you arrive in the UK by 31 December 2020 but you'll need to apply after you arrive.

    Get more info on the gov.uk website.

  • International offer holders

    What you need to know when you're thinking about studying with us

    Before you get here

    Before you come to London, see our advice on finance, insurance, and healthcare, and what to pack for your stay in London

    When you arrive

    From our airport pickup service to our international orientation, we're here to support you as soon as you get to London

    Information for offer holders

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