The roots of the Middlesex university are found towards the end of the 18th century when St Katherine College was opened in Tottenhem. After almost a century later with merging of different institutions, it received the university grant and became one of the most significant international universities.
Currently there are over 25,000 students enrolled in the Middlesex University in UK. They include domestic as well as students from over 140 countries. Along with London, the university has its campus in Dubai, Mauritius and Malta. It offers a range of undergraduate and graduate courses, especially in the field of Art and Design, Business, Computers Science, Engineering, Education, Film, Media, Health Care, Natural Sciences, Performing Arts, Social Sciences and Law.
Middlesex has also garnered a reputation for its research work with more than 100 senior academics being associated with it. In 2013, the university was ranked among top 4% of the world’s universities in the QS world university rankings.
Middlesex university can be considered as a truly international university with having its campuses across 4 countries in the world.
Mostly the accommodations are made available for the students near the campus hence they are encouraged to use Public transport such as buses, tubes, taxis or their own bicycles etc.