Check the status of your application through our online Applicant Portal or, depending on the course you've applied to, through UCAS.
You need to show us copies of your academic documentation, including transcripts and certificates. These should be copies of the originals on letter-headed paper or with a stamp by the awarding body or institution.
You will also need to provide references (on letter-headed paper) and a copy of your CV if applicable to your application. Documents that aren't in English will need to be translated by an official translator.
Talk to your International Offices if you have any questions about international qualifications.
Some of our courses have some further entry requirements such as:
- Test - Audition
- Interview - Portfolio
If you are required to provide one of the following, our Admissions team will be in contact with you after you apply. They will let you know exactly what information to provide and when.
As an international student who isn't based in the UK, you will be able to submit or conduct the above items on an online format.
Once you’ve made your application we will send you important emails on your application and the next steps to becoming a Middlesex student. To receive these emails it's important that the contact details you provide are as accurate as possible.
If you're likely to change postal or email address before starting your course then give your most permanent contact details. Adding our email address to your inbox safe list is also a good idea.
This is a tough time to apply for uni so we’re here to make it easier. Let our staff and students guide you through your application and how to prepare.
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: