The Middlesex University, which was earlier known as the Middlesex Polytechnic, attained the status of a university in the year 1992. The university has the recognition of the QAA (The Quality Assurance Agency) and has been thrice awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize.
|Name of the Institution||Middlesex University|
|Type of Institution||Public|
|Location||Middlesex University in London,
London NW4 4BT.
Tel: +44 (0)20 8411 5555
|Accreditation/affiliation||The university has affiliations with the European University Association, Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Association of MBAs.|
|Courses Offered||Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses in
|Admission Procedure||The applications can be made through both the online and offline methods. Forms can be filled online through the official website of the university.|
|Campus Placements||The university has a placement cell that offers career service to its students.|
|Fee Structure||Fee for Undergraduate courses: £ 10,400 (per annum)|
|Eligibility Criteria||Candidates will be eligible to apply for the undergraduate courses if they have completed their A/AS levels or International Baccalaureate programs. Apart from these, the following educational experience is also counted:
International candidates who do not have English as their native language will have to appear for examinations like IELTS and TOEFL.
|Established in the Year||The Middlesex University came into being as a result of the merging of Hornsey College of Art, Hendon Technical Institute and Ponders End Technical Institute. The amalgamation took place in the year 1973.|
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|Events||Law Debate Series, conferences, lectures, performances by students, exhibitions, sports and seminars.|
|Notable alumni||Ashley Isham (fashion designer), Helen Mirren (actress), Allen Jones (sculptor), James Herbert (novelist), Suzanne Moore (journalist), and Roger Glover (musician).|