Established 1878

Type Public

Setting Urban

Housing Residential



Tests % required70% or above in XII English

Tests required IELTS I PTE

Last Date to Apply16 Dec 2014 for Jan 2015 intake


Middlesex University
The Burroughs, London, NW4 4BT
Tel. - +44 (0)20 8411 5555
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Tuition Fees

Fees for international students starting 2014/15 (London campuses)

By international students we mean those from outside the UK or European Union (EU). EU students are charged at the same rate as British students.

Undergraduate courses: £10,700 per year

Postgraduate courses: For exact tuition fees see the individual course pages.

Short stay programme: for students who come to Middlesex on a study abroad programme or student exchange.

Tuition Fees & Expenses

Tuition fees

The tuition fee for undergraduate degree courses for the 2013/14 academic year for UK or European Union (EU) students is £9000, and for international students is £10,400.
Postgraduate courses: For exact tuition fees see the individual course pages.


Living on a budget in London can be tough, but with some forward planning and a sensible approach to spending you can have a fantastic experience studying in the UK's capital and not break the bank. The list below will give you a guideline to how much to budget for the month.
Halls fee/rent - £390
Food/Housekeeping - £140
Travel/Transport - £80
Leisure/sport/socialising - £160
Clothes/shoes - £50
Books/Stationary - £40
Mobile Phone - £20
Total £880

Financial Aid

General funding for international students

The UK Government and other organisations offer a number of scholarships and grants on a competitive basis for overseas students to study and conduct research in the UK.
Chevening Scholarships are the UK government's global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. The Scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars with leadership potential. Awards are typically for a one-year Masters degree.  For information on applying for a Chevening Scholarship visit

Middlesex scholarships and awards

Middlesex University is renowned for offering unrivalled support to international students and gives out scholarships and Regional awards to International students totalling around £1,000,000 each year. Eligibility and funding amounts are assessed on a case-by case basis by each regional office. Successful candidates will have the award amount deducted from their tuition fees when they enrol. You must apply and receive confirmation of an award before the commencement of your studies. To find out more contact your nearest Middlesex regional support office.

Work while you study

You may be thinking of working part time in the UK to help support yourself financially. If you are on a full time course of study and have a student visa stamped in your passport, you are entitled to work up to 20 hours a week during term time and full time during holidays and vacations. Your eligibility to work will depend on the stamp or sticker that you have in your passport.  You will also need to ensure you have a National Insurance number in order to work.