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Entry requirements

Undergraduate entry requirements

Admission depends on the programme of study and your GPA.  Please check if the programme you are applying for has a specific subject requirement at the “entry requirements” tab of the programme’s webpage.




Test optional / not required, unless the programme carries a specific subject requirement, which can be met with 2 AP exams in the subject area.

2.8 - 3.1

*SAT of 550 on each part, OR **ACT composite score of 23, OR 2 AP exams with 3+

2.7 or below

Can be considered for a Foundation Year. Must provide SAT of 550 on each part, OR ACT composite score of 23, OR 2 AP exams with 3+

Middlesex University's *SAT code is 3985 and **ACT code is 5277.

Other accepted qualifications

  • International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
  • One year of college/university level study with a minimum GPA of 2.8

US Community College transfer students

Students who have completed the two-year Associate degree may be eligible for advanced standing onto the second year of an undergraduate degree course.

Middlesex has a long history in supporting transfer students, please read our specific guide for all the information you need for transferring here.

Postgraduate entry requirements

For general admission onto most postgraduate courses, applicants need to have completed a bachelors degree from an accredited university or college with a Grade Point Average of 3.0 or higher.

To find out about entry requirements for a specific course, please check our website or contact the Americas and Caribbean Regional Team.

If you are interested in a research degree, or would like to apply to a school that does not allow online applications, please contact us for the appropriate postgraduate application form.