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Middlesex University is one of the largest universities in the UK, with 24,000 students enrolled at its London campus. £200 million has been invested to transform the campus into a state-of-the-art centre for excellence, with facilities and equipment that rival those of the world's top universities.
Middlesex University has a strong reputation for research amongst modern universities and their innovation in education has been rewarded with three Queen’s Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education. The University has also been awarded two Queen’s Awards for Enterprise as a result of their international standing.
Middlesex University provide an airport meet and greet service before the beginning of term and an international orientation programme introduces students to the University and London through talks, events and trips. As well as pre-sessional English courses, Middlesex offers free workshops and tutorials on academic writing and English language.
Following the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, Middlesex University was classed as the best modern university in London for research power. 58% of research was ranked internationally excellent and Middlesex is 4th in the UK for Social Work and Social Policy.
Middlesex University offers accommodation across four sites, providing almost 1,200 beds managed by the Central Accommodation Office. Full time international students are guaranteed a place in university accommodation for the first year of their studies and lodgings vary from traditional style halls to flats grouped around a communal kitchen/dining area.
The Middlesex University London campus is in North West London and all subjects except medicine and nursing are housed on this campus.
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