Congratulations on your offer to study with us - here's some information about what happens next
How to respond
When you receive your offers, you’ll need to choose a first choice or firm option and a back-up or insurance option. You’ll then decline all your other offers.
It's a good idea to select an insurance choice with lower entry requirements than your firm choice. Then you’ll have options for university even if things don’t go to plan with your exams.
If you apply in January, then you’ll need to make you choices around beginning to mid-May.
Information to make your decision
Here are some useful resources to help you consider your offer to study at Middlesex.
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. You can start an online chat with them or take a look at their blogs and videos about life at Middlesex.
Find your Course Ambassador
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.
Experience our campus
We can't wait to welcome you onto our campus. Even if you’ve visited before, now is a good time to come back and get to know us better.
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.
Meet our student vloggers
Hang out with Middlesex vlogger Lana for the day as she explores her favourite spots on campus.
Then keep watching our playlist for more vlogs about things like accommodation, career support and even what to eat on campus.
Connect on social
Join us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to see what students and staff are doing around campus and get the latest updates on our work.
After you've accepted
- If you have a conditional offer - your conditional offer letter will include details of the conditions you need to meet in order 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 our entry requirements and you don't need to do anything more
- If you are a nursing or midwifery student - get more information about accepting your offer and providing evidence
- If you need a background check - some of our courses require an enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service), overseas police and or health check. You will be informed in your offer letter if your course is one of these.
Track the status of your application and upload documents using our Online Applicant Portal.
Support available for students
- Apply for your student loan - start your student finance application now. The sooner you can plan and budget around your studying, the better your experience will be.
- Check for scholarships - our scholarships and awards can help with the costs of study whatever your background and experience.
- Help with budgeting - making the most of your money is essential for making the most of your uni experience so get our tips.
Personal and academic support
As an undergraduate, you can make the most of tailored academic, personal and financial support to make sure that your time with us is a success.
Before you join us
Induction and enrolment details
Look out for information about your induction and enrolment by email closer to the start of your programme. For now read through our guide to what happens when you join us on Unihub - our student website - for more information.
University regulations and policies
Now you're coming to study with us, it's important that you read the University's regulations and policies so you know what to expect when you are a Middlesex student.