The University of Middlesex is a public research university in Hendon, northwest London, England. The university name is taken from its position within the historic Middlesex county boundaries.
Middlesex University was established in Tottenham, north-east London in 1878, when St. Katherine's College was founded. In 1973, Middlesex Polytechnic was established following the incorporation of seven other colleges before gaining university status in 1992.
Over 25,000 students from around 140 countries are staffed by the university.
Significant developments in Middlesex include the invention of a thermionic valve used to build the first computer in the world (1904) and the invention of a new type of metal called argentium silver, (1990).
In 2017, the university opened the UK's first ever cyber factory, where students gain experience in getting them ready for future workplace jobs and business opportunities.
Middlesex University is a single site campus located in Hendon, north London. It's a green and peaceful part of town well connected to the rest of London, the UK and beyond. It has invested over £ 200 m to transform the Hendon site at the University into one of London's largest campuses.
Campus is located in North West London, near the Underground Station at Hendon Central. Besides London, the university has also been operating an overseas campus in Dubai Since 2004 and opened another one in Mauritius in October 2009. In September 2013, Middlesex opened its third international campus in Malta
Facilities in Campus
Learning resource center with a central library
bioscience, biomedical science, nursing and simulation laboratories.
several sports facilities including a fitness center, outdoor courts, football pitches, and tennis courts.
Restaurants and cafes
Departmental stores, stationery shops, ATMs, and
Campus is located in a green and peaceful part of the city that's well connected to the rest of the UK.
Students can find lots of shops to stock up on groceries and household goods on Hendon's Brent Street, just a short walk from the campus; or take a 10-minute bus ride to Brent Cross, the largest shopping center in North West London with more than 100 shops, cafés and restaurants.
The world-renowned Museums, Shops, Bars and Restaurants in central London, are only 25 minutes away.
For all full-time first-year undergraduates, the university guarantees a place in halls. It has five self-catering halls, including traditional common halls and bathrooms or en-suite rooms, in close proximity to the University. All accommodation has common kitchens and the rental of bills, insurance and internet is included.
All accommodation has shared kitchen facilities, and rent includes bills, insurance and internet content.
The distance from the campus to the student accommodation varies from just under 1 km to 5 km.
The university also provides support to students looking for private accommodation rentals.
The Teaching Excellence Framework was honored by Silver in 2017. The university has been awarded three times with the Queen's Anniversary Prize and twice for its international work, the Queen's Award for Enterprise.
107th in the Times University Guide 2020
109th in the Guardian University Guide 2020
The Times Higher Education World Rankings 2020 rank Middlesex among the world's top 401-5,00 universities and the Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2020 among the top 100 universities worldwide, under 50 years old.
Middlesex's psychology degrees were ranked in the top 201-250 psychology degrees in the world in 2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) ranks the university business school as the world's 209th-largest international business school.
Top world university ( one of the top 500 universities in world).
High quality teaching.
Modern campus with industry standard facilities
Transfer between global networks of campuses.
How to Reach? Or Travel
The campus is a short distance from London city centre. Excellent connections to the tube and rail and 24-hour buses are available.
Hendon Rail Station offers transportation links to South London stations including Sutton, Wimbledon, Streatham, Elephant and Castle and Blackfriars. It also provides access to Parkway Airport, Gatwick Airport and Bedford, Luton and Luton.
Frequent buses provide a direct service to Archway, Golders Green and Barnet. These services also provide links to Brent Cross Shopping Centre, Hendon Central Underground and Hendon rail station.
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Alan Carr (comedian),
Roger Glover (musician),
Milton Jones (comedian),
Neville Brody (art director),
John Lundberg (filmmaker),
Ashley Isham (fashion designer),
Araf Shradd (professional golfer),
Louise Lear (BBC weather presenter),
Suzzane Moore (journalist),
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English Language Requirements:
IELTS – 6.0 or equivalent, with no modules less than 5.5
PTE – 51 (with 51 in all components).
IELTS – 6.5 or equivalent, with no modules less than 6.0
PTE – 58 (with 51 in all components)
BSc Health Care Science Courses:
IELTS – Overall 7.0 with 6.5 in written component
PTE – 58 overall and a minimum of 51 in all components.