International offer holders

Congratulations! You're on your way to study with us in London - here's some information about what happens next

You're made for more at Middlesex

We're looking for international students like you who want to make the most of studying and living in London.

Here's some to support you during the next stage of your application and to help plan your time at Middlesex.

How to contact us

If you've got questions about coming to study with us then here's how you can get in touch.

Ask us at Middlesex University London

Get support in your country

Talk to your regional team.

Talk to our students

Ask current students about their experience of studying your subject or life as a student at Middlesex.

Chat with students

Student life at Middlesex

Find out as much as you can about Middlesex and what it's like to study here so you know what to expect.

What you'll study

If you want to remind yourself about your course then check your course page. You can find plenty of detail about the modules you could study, options for placements and what graduates are doing now.

Look at courses

What it's like at Middlesex

Meet your student Course Ambassador

Find out what your Course Ambassador thinks about their experience of studying in your faculty and in the UK. You can start an online chat with them or take a look at their blogs and videos about life at Middlesex.

Undergraduate Course Ambassadors

Postgraduate Course Ambassadors

Hear from our students

All our student Course Ambassadors are blogging about their lives at Middlesex - from joining clubs and societies to getting out and about in London.

Your student life

Your time at uni is about so much more than studying. It's a time to learn about yourself by getting involved in student life on and off campus.

Your life at Middlesex

Find us on social

Join us on InstagramFacebook and Twitter for updates on what our students and staff are doing on campus.

After you've accepted

  • If you have a conditional offer - your offer letter will include details of what you need to secure your place. You'll need to upload documents to show that you've met these to our Online Applicant Portal
  • If you have an unconditional offer - you've met all the necessary entry requirements and you don't need to do anything more.

Now find out what else you need to do on your way to Middlesex!

Before you arrive

How to prepare for your new life as a student at Middlesex in London.

Finance and money

It's important to think about how you will pay for your time at university before you come to London.

Get financial support

We offer scholarships and awards that can help with the costs of study whatever your background and experience.

If you're a student from the EU, you can apply for a grant or loan

If you're not from the EU, you'll need to support yourself financially during your course.

Finance for international students

Uni on a budget

Costs at university in London can be different to those in your home country so we can also help you to plan a budget.

You'll need to consider:

  • Tuition fees - these depend on your course, country of nationality and residency
  • Accommodation - costs of halls of residence or private rented accommodation
  • Living costs - for food, entertainment, travel and more.

The costs of university

Insurance

Take out travel insurance and contents insurance before you arrive. It's best to take out insurance specifically aimed at students.

Healthcare options

You can decide to take out private medical insurance or to use the National Health Service (NHS) which is the UK's state health service.

If you are from Europe you will receive free medical care from the NHS. If you are from outside Europe you will receive free medical care as long as your course is longer than six months. You may need to pay a one-off surcharge to access NHS services as part of your visa application.

What to pack

You will need clothes and shoes for all seasons as the climate in the UK varies from 14-30 degrees in summer to 1-5 degrees in winter.

Essential things to bring

  • Clothing and shoes for all seasons
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • An umbrella
  • Medications and any notes from your doctor
  • Electrical adaptors for a British 3-pin socket
  • Important documents and a photocopy/scan of plane tickets, passport, visa, birth certificate and driving license if possible
  • Photos of family and friends, posters and pictures to make you feel at home
  • Important school work that could be useful in your studies
  • Bi-lingual dictionary
  • Towels and toiletries
  • Bed linen (if staying in private accommodation – this will be provided in halls).

Don't pack food, pans or crockery. There are strict rules about importing food from abroad, and you can buy bulky items like pans and crockery very cheaply once you arrive.

In your hand luggage

  • Valid passport (plus visa) or national card if from EU
  • All correspondence from Middlesex, including unconditional offer letter and accommodation contract letter (if applicable)
  • Original documents needed for enrolment (eg. qualifications)
  • Evidence of funding for tuition fees and living costs, including sponsor letter (if applicable)
  • Enough money (in pounds sterling) for the first couple of weeks at University
  • Health certificates, including vaccination records, plus X-ray reports if necessary
  • Any insurance documents.

University regulations and policies

Now you're joining us as a Middlesex student, it is important that you read and understand our regulations and policies so you know what to expect when you study here.

Middlesex University regulations and policies

When you arrive

International Orientation Programme

Our welcome programme for international students tells you everything you need to know about living and studying in London. We also arrange social activities so you can meet other students and make new friends.

Our guide to international orientation

How to get to campus

Airport pick up service

We'll pick you up at Heathrow Airport if you are booked onto our International Orientation Programme and are staying in one of our halls of residence.

Directions to campus

If you are not attending the orientation programme, check how to get to our campus from major airports and train stations.

Help in the UK

If you need support when you arrive:

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