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Student Accommodation

  • All first-year undergraduate students are guaranteed a place in a hall provided they make an application before the specified deadline.
  • Accommodation is provided in five self-catered halls, ranging from traditional halls with shared bathrooms to modern apartments with en-suite rooms, all situated on or near the university's London campus. There is Internet access in all halls, and costs include bills.
  • Students apply for university accommodation online.
  • Assistance is also provided to find privately rented accommodation, via Middlesex StudentPad.
  • The distance from student accommodation to the campus varies from just under 1 km to 5 km.

Accommodation Costs

Self-Catered from £5,500 to £7,020 per year

Student Life

  • Middlesex University's UK campus is in Hendon, a friendly London suburb with pubs full of character, diverse cuisines, and affordable living.
  • On Hendon's Brent Street, just a short walk from campus, students can find lots of shops to stock up on groceries and household goods; or take a ten-minute bus ride to Brent Cross, north-west London's largest shopping centre with more than 100 shops, cafés and restaurants.
  • The pretty village of Hampstead is just three tube stops away, with shops, pubs and restaurants, plus the Grade I listed Burgh House Museum. It's also home to Hampstead Heath, one of the London's largest green spaces. Here you can find a zoo, butterfly house, open-air lido, athletics track, three swimming ponds, sports pitches, playgrounds and an abundance of wildlife.

Culture and Nightlife

  • The local area offers a variety of things to see and do: the Claddagh Ring, is a popular Irish pub with regular open mic nights and quizzes. Students could impress the family by going to the stunning Welsh Harp Reservoir with its spectacular bird sanctuary; or to the Royal Air Force Museum, housing 100 planes from around the world; or even catch a game at Allianz Park stadium, home to Saracens Rugby Club.
  • Just six stops on the Northern line from Hendon is Camden Town, with open-air markets full of food, fashion, jewellery, and antiques. There are also legendary clubs and live music venues like Koko, Electric Ballroom, The Underworld and The Jazz Cafe. You could grab a cocktail at Belushi's in Camden or listen to live music at the Blues Kitchen.
  • In central London students can expect one of the best nightlife spots in the world. It's home to iconic nightclubs like Heaven, Fabric and Ministry of Sound, historic music venues like Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club, the Royal Albert Hall and Shepherd's Bush Empire, and famous theatres like Shakespeare's Globe, The Royal Opera House, The Old Vic and The London Coliseum. Exciting, unique experiences are on offer every evening.

Travel

  • The campus is a short distance from the heart of London, just 24 minutes by Tube (London underground), 30 minutes by car, and 46 minutes by cycling.