Middlesex University

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THE World Ranking: 401

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Overview

Middlesex University is a single site campus located in Hendon, north London. It's a green and peaceful part of the city and only 30 minutes away from central London by tube. Their teaching approach means you’ll learn in a hands-on way. You’ll solve real-life problems and get real-world experience on work placements and using their industry standard facilities. At Middlesex students come first, so you’ll have access to an extensive network of support designed to help you every step of the way. When you study at Middlesex, you’ll work and collaborate with students from over 140 countries, giving you the opportunity to learn from different perspectives and socialise with a vibrant, diverse and inclusive community.

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Hotcourses Diversity Index (What is this?)

DIVERSITY INDEX
Source: HESA

163 International student nationalities at this university

FEEL AT HOME INDEX
Source: HESA

2.25% International students from USA

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020
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401

OVERALL SCORE

38.8%

TEACHING

19.4%

INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOK

88.3%

INDUSTRY INCOME

34.6%

RESEARCH

17.3%

CITATIONS

74.2%
QS World University Rankings 2020
Source: QS

801

Student life in numbers

COSTS PER YEAR
LIVING COSTS

£2,700

CAMPUS ACCOMMODATION

£7,676

AVERAGE TUITION FEE PER YEAR

UNDERGRADUATE

£11,590

POSTGRADUATE

£14,570

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67% of reviewers recommend Middlesex University

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Wazir 4

Middlesex, not bad.

Middlesex University is not a bad uni. It has a wonderful campus outside of Hendon, although sometimes it can be overcrowded as they have now moved people from the other campuses to the main one in Hendon. I really love my lecturers as they are very helpful and always have time for me when I have questi read full review

Middlesex University is not a bad uni. It has a wonderful campus outside of Hendon, although sometimes it can be overcrowded as they have now moved people from the other campuses to the main one in Hendon. I really love my lecturers as they are very helpful and always have time for me when I have questions. This definitely helped with both my assignments and just getting more knowledge on a certain subject. The only downside I would have to say is the student union and the student community itself. Seems like they just come up with boring events. Also there's a bit of controversy going on with it as the student union is Indian-dominated and it's been said that only Indians will probably get to be the president of the union. Besides that the facilities are great and always working. The gym has all the essentials. Even so, I met a lot of cool people and made some friends I would consider life-long friends so no regrets in that! Make sure you do your research before applying to this university. I think this university is best if you want to study business or the arts! show less

Anonymous 4

Middlesex University

I think it was quite good, there is always a lot to learn if you want to learn. 
The lecturers were good, some very nice indeed, the requirements quite high. 
The advice? If you have a chance to select a university with a more well-known name, then go for it. Otherwise, Middlesex University is good.

I think it was quite good, there is always a lot to learn if you want to learn. The lecturers were good, some very nice indeed, the requirements quite high. The advice? If you have a chance to select a university with a more well-known name, then go for it. Otherwise, Middlesex University is good.