Middlesex University London
Middlesex University London
Representatives of Middlesex University London will be present at the World Education Fair and will be able provide you with detailed information about their institution.
In addition, next to one-to-one meetings with delegates, you will be able to participate in workshops and presentations on education related topics, as well to benefit from special discounts and many other excellent offers.
Fill in the registration form below. Participation at the event is free.
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Middlesex University in London is a published university in Hendon, North West London, England. The history of the university can be traced back to the founding of the institute, St Katharine College, from 1878, a college in Tottenham as a training college for a female teacher. Merging with several other institutions, the university was consolidated in a current form in 1992.

Positions in independent charts:

The Sunday Times and Good University Guide 2017
  • First place for the most modern university in London
Times Ranking for higher education
  • The 150 most important international universities in the world (2017)

Other statistics:
  • 91% of the international students are employed or went on with their studies within 6 months of graduation (Destination of Students from Higher Education Study, 2016)
  • Top10 universities in the UK regarding the deprivation of the salary of the graduates (Parthenon Group, 2011)
  • The University is extremely secure - the 2nd degree in London, zones 1-4 (Complete University Guide 2014)
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