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Our courses develop your passion into real world skills so you're ready for career success

Before you apply

Find your course

Start by finding a course that's right for you. Search all undergraduate courses or by subject area.

Why choose Middlesex

When you study with us, you'll be taught by practising professionals and researchers in our industry-standard facilities. You'll learn advanced skills through doing and practical experience so you're prepared for the world of work.

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Open Events

See Middlesex for yourself, speak to lecturers about your course and hear about student life from current students.

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Campus tours

Look around some of the highlights of our campus with our students as your guide.

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Info for parents

If you're a parent, carer or guardian then you play an important role in applying to university too. Find out how you can support your child.

How you'll learn

At Middlesex, you'll learn advanced skills through doing and experience and be taught by professionals with current industry expertise. You'll use your knowledge to work on real-world problems then take your learning out of the classroom with placements and internships.

Why choose Middlesex

Open Events

Ask questions about your course and your career options, get to know your future lecturers and experience student life on campus and in our facilities.

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Entry requirements

We look at your academic achievement, work and other experience to assess your application to study with us. Check our general entry requirements

International students

See our entry requirements for international students and qualifications that we accept from your country and if you meet our English language requirements.

Students at other universities

If you have a qualification such as a foundation degree or HND, you can transfer into the second or third year of many of our courses. See our requirements for transferring students

Previous study and work experience

If you have learning that's relevant to your chosen course or you've already been working then we'll consider this as part of your application.

Our entry requirements for mature students consider your life and work experience if you don't meet the qualification or subject requirements.

Interviews, auditions and portfolios

We ask to meet you or see your work before we'll offer you a place on some of our courses.

Check if your course requires a test, interview, audition or portfolio and get advice on how to prepare.

An inspiring campus

We've invested £200 million in the facilities on our single-site campus in north London. There's a centre for art, design, media and performing arts students, dedicated labs and studios for those studying science, technology and health courses and professional settings for business and law courses.

Why choose Middlesex

How to apply

Apply for our full-time courses through UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service).

Apply for part-time courses through our Online Applicant Portal. (Please note: the online application system will be inaccessible from 9am – 5pm (UK time) on 20th July 2018 due to essential maintenance)

See specific information for applicants with work experience, mature applicants and deferred entry

International students

If you are from outside the UK, find out how to apply including information about visas and paying for your course.

Help with your application

Our guide to writing your personal statement.

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Get career-ready

We get you ready for the graduate job that you want. Our courses give you skills that make you employable in the real world. Our expert career advisors are here to give you personalised advice. We use our business links to help you find work placements and internships. And our support continues after graduation.

Why choose Middlesex

Fees and funding

In 2018/19 tuition fees for full-time undergraduate students from the UK and EU will be £9,250 for all courses. You can find information about fees for part-time students on individual course pages.

See other costs of studying at MIddlesex and our guide to financial support to pay for your course and expenses.

Undergraduate finance

After you apply

Your offer

We'll send you confirmation that we've received your application. Then we'll consider your application and make a decision.

Our Admissions team will contact you with one of the following:

Unconditional offer - you have a place on your course as you have met all the necessary entry requirements.

Conditional offer - you have a place but you still need to meet some of the entry requirements as specified in your offer letter.

Invite to a test or interview  - we would like to invite you to attend an interview or test to assess your skills before we make a decision.

Offer for another course - this means you don't qualify for your original course but meet the entry requirements for a similar course.

Rejection of application - unfortunately, you do not currently meet the entry requirements for any our courses.

Track your application

Full-time courses

Use UCAS Track to check the progress of your application to when we make our decision. We'll also contact you separately about the outcome.

Part-time courses

Use our Online Applicant Portal to find out what's happening with your application. (Please note: the online application system will be inaccessible from 9am – 5pm (UK time) on 20th July 2018 due to essential maintenance).

Information for offer holders

Once you’ve received an offer from us, you’re part of our community of students and academics. Find out more about us and what you need to know when you’re choosing where to study.

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