To study an undergraduate or postgraduate course at Middlesex, use our Online Applicant Portal to submit your application directly to us. When you create an Applicant Portal account, you can submit your application and track its progress.
You can also upload your supporting documents, portfolio or show-reel and make subsequent applications.
We have a global network of regional offices and trusted representatives who can assist you with your undergraduate and postgraduate application. They can:
If you are applying for a full-time undergraduate course at more than one university in the UK, then you can also apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). You'll need to know:
Once you have applied, you will be able to track your progress through the UCAS website.
When making your application, you will be asked to provide academic documents.
When making your application pay close attention to the contact details that you provide.
Along with your application, you must provide a personal statement that should include:
For a research degree, you must also write a research proposal which will be a key part of your application. In your proposal, you need to outline your research plans and highlight the area of research that interests you.
Study a Pre-sessional English course if you do not have the level of English required to start a full degree or if you want to improve your English before you study with us:
This is an intensive short course that you can take before preparing to take an IELTS exam. It will help you to achieve the grade in your IELTS which you need in order to start university.
This programme is open to everyone, not just students of Middlesex University.
We offer specialist courses so you can get the qualifications you need to start a full degree. Our foundation year courses prepare you for degree level study and can help if: