Middlesex University in Hendon, north west London, has roots going back more than 130 years.
The university offers various undergraduate and postgraduate courses in it’s different schools of f Business, Law, Art and Design, Health and Education, Media and Performing Arts, and Science and Technology.
The University has campuses on three continents, and other than it’s primary campus in Hendon, the University has campuses in Dubai, Mauritius, and Malta, and a diverse international student body with students coming from more than 140 countries.
As part of its study abroad programmes, Middlesex University welcomes more than 100 international and Erasmus + students every year who spend about a year abroad in London studying for a degree.
Eligible Erasmus + students in Middlesex University are entitled to a supporting grant to support their study abroad in London living costs (these supporting grants are in addition to other grants, loans and scholarships available for covering the actual tuition fee at the University).
Rankings and awards:
- The University was awarded with three Queen’s Awards for Higher and Further Education as well as twice the Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
- The Social Science Research Network (SSRN) ranked Middlesex University Business School among the top 20 international business schools in the world (and ahead of Oxford and Cambridge).
International students in Middlesex University:
- 22,000 students attend the University’s campuses in London, 20% of which are international students.
- A total of around 40,000 attend the University’s campuses worldwide.