Welcome to Middlesex University! We are thrilled that you are considering studying with us. Studying abroad is a big decision which is why we have created this page to help you find out more about our courses, how to apply, and what student life is like in London.
You may be considered for advanced entry to undergraduate degree courses if you have completed a period of study at university. Please contact the Regional Team for more details.
Postgraduate entry requirements
For general admission onto most postgraduate courses, you'll be expected to hold a good Bacharel/Licenciado/Professional Title – of at least four years – from a recognised institution in a subject relevant to your proposed postgraduate study.
We would generally expect you to have achieved a minimum grade of 6.5. Each course will have specific grade requirements and prerequisites. You can find full details within the specific course information page.
If you're a talented student, you may be eligible for either our Regional or International Merit Award, which rewards students with up to £2,000 towards course fees for all taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
We also have a limited number of £5,000 Academic Excellence Scholarship Awards available to North and South American students who have demonstrated high levels of academic excellence in their previous studies.
Visit our scholarships page for a list of all other Middlesex scholarships you may be eligible for.
How to apply
Students are only eligible to receive one scholarship award. The awards are for full undergraduate or postgraduate degree courses. Students must have applied to Middlesex and received an offer before they can apply for any of these scholarship awards.
The Chevening Scholarship scheme offers financial support to study for a Master's degree in the UK in the following fields:
Human Rights, Governance and Democracy
Media and Journalism
International Trade and Investment related areas
International Relations and Diplomacy
Sustainable Development and Climate Change.
A Chevening scholarship includes: a monthly stipend, travel to and from your country via an approved route, an arrival and excess baggage allowance, a thesis or dissertation grant, the cost of an entry clearance visa and tuition fees to a limit of £12,000.
The following requirements must be met in order for your visa application to be successful:
Submit an online application through the UKVI website. You will need to submit your valid CAS, payment of the visa fee and immigration health surcharge
Upload the relevant supporting documents (passport, academic documents, evidence of meeting or being exempt from English language requirements, evidence of meeting financial requirements, ATAS certificate if required, TB test certificate if required)
Biometric data collected at the visa application centre
You must be able to provide evidence that you can meet the finance requirements if asked to do so, but you do not need to provide this evidence at the time of application.
Successful applicants will receive an Entry Clearance vignette in their passport and will be able to collect their Biometric Residence permit in the UK.