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- All first-year undergraduate students are guaranteed a place in halls of residence, as long as they make an online 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. Halls have 24-hour reception and security teams so there's always someone around to help. Halls have shared spaces to study, eat, watch TV and play sport so students are part of a community. There is Internet access in all halls and costs include bills.
- The distance from student accommodation to the campus varies from just under 1 km to 5 km.
- The university also provides assistance for students looking for privately rented accommodation.
|Self-Catered||from £143 to £178 per week|
The costs above are for the academic year 2019/20
- Middlesex University's UK campus is in north London, less than 30 minutes from central London by Tube. Students at Middlesex get the chance to network with future employers based in the city and locally and get valuable work experience for their career. They can make the most of culture and learning all over London and enjoy shopping and nightlife in central London.
- Middlesex's single-site campus is located in a green and peaceful part of the city that's well connected to the rest of London, the UK and beyond.
- 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 10-minute bus ride to Brent Cross, North West London's largest shopping centre with more than 100 shops, cafés and restaurants.
Nightlife and Culture
- 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 can also catch a game at Allianz Park stadium, home to Saracens Rugby Club, or the world famous Wembley Stadium, attracting some of the biggest events in sport, music and entertainment.
- For a taste of culture in the local area, students can visit the stunning Welsh Harp Reservoir and its spectacular bird sanctuary, or the Royal Air Force Museum which houses 100 planes from around the world.
- Central London, one of the best nightlife spots in the world, is home to iconic nightclubs like Heaven 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 including Shakespeare's Globe, The Royal Opera House, The Old Vic and The London Coliseum.
- The campus is a short distance from the heart of London. Excellent tube and rail connections and 24-hour buses mean that students can always get where they need to be.
- Hendon Rail Station (First Capital Connect Service) provides transport links to stations in South London including Sutton, Wimbledon, Streatham, Elephant and Castle and Blackfriars. It also provides access to Luton and Luton Airport Parkway, Gatwick Airport and Bedford.
- Frequent buses (14, 183 and 326) 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.