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Study part of your degree at Middlesex

How you can apply for a study exchange at Middlesex University in London when you're a student at another university

Study and live in London

We've got students from around the world on a study exchange with us in London. When you choose a study exchange, you'll learn about your subject from a new perspective, experience new things and get essential life skills.

Experience more at Middlesex

  • Learn from active researchers and leading practitioners who bring the real world into the classroom
  • Benefit from our campus setting with everything you need in one place
  • Study close to central London for business links, cultural events and the social scene
  • Make friends and connections from all over the world.

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Choose from our undergraduate and postgraduate courses

Ask our student exchange team a question.

Study at Middlesex on exchange

  • Study with us in London for one year of your degree.
  • Choose from undergraduate and postgraduate courses
  • Receive ECTS credits for your study with us as part of your degree by your university at home.

How to apply

To study here on exchange, your uni must be one of our student exchange partners. Contact the Erasmus+ & Exchanges office where you study for more info or take a look at our brochure.

Entry requirements for study exchange

We'll assess your application based on on your academic progress, your language ability and the exchange places we have available at Middlesex.

English language requirements

If your education hasn't been in English, you'll need to prove your English language ability to study with us.

We offer Pre-sessional English courses if you need to improve your English level to study with us. Our Learner Development Unit is here to support you during the academic year.

An inspiring London campus

Our campus is one of the biggest and best in London. Our teaching spaces are industry-standard. Our library is open 24/7 with 600 student computers. Our social spaces are bright and modern. And central London is 30 minutes away ready to explore.

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Study Abroad at Middlesex

You can also come to Middlesex as part of the Study Abroad programme.

The cost of your study abroad

Course fees for EU students: £9,250
Course fees for international students: £11,500

Our academic year runs from September to June. You'll also need to budget for accommodation and living costs in London.

Get credits for study

You will gain ECTS credits for your time at Middlesex that will be recognised by your home institution and as part of your degree. 60 ECTS credits represent a full year of study and is equivalent to 120 Middlesex.

Ask us a question

Contact our Study Abroad team for more information or to start your application.

I feel grateful for the opportunity I had to be part of Middlesex University for five months on Erasmus+ exchange.

Rafaella, came to Middlesex on the Erasmus+ programme

Study at Middlesex campuses around the world

Study part of your degree at Middlesex's global campuses.

Get a global education experience at Middlesex. Many of our programmes are available to study at our branch campuses in Dubai and Mauritius.

Accommodation options

Choose from university halls or private accommodation when study with us. Each campus can offer something different so have a look to see what's available:

How to apply

Ask our team for more information about studying at our campuses and how to apply.

Contact our campus transfer team

Our distinctive teaching

Our lecturers are practising professionals and active researchers who teach to prepare you for life after uni. Our courses are designed to equip you with the competence and skills you need to succeed in your chosen career.

Meet Raphael

"I applied to Middlesex as I wanted to study in London. I was really impressed that my course also offered the opportunity to take part in an internship. MDXWorks employability centre helped me with my CV and my lecturers helped me get my placement. I really enjoyed it – it helped me put things I had learned on the course into context."

Raphael completed a work placement at Global Union Federation of Builders and Woodworkers International, a major international trade body.

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