Middlesex University are able to offer guaranteed accommodation in halls, to all full-time first year Clearing students who confirm their offer.
There are two main types of accommodation available while at Middlesex:
Halls of residence:
Living in halls is a great way to make the most out of your university years. Accommodation in halls of residence varies from luxurious en-suite studios to simple dormitory-style rooms. As a Middlesex student you are guaranteed a place in halls if you fulfil the criteria of our guarantee scheme. Choose to apply to one of our self-catering halls of residence in North London, including our brand new halls in Olympic Way close to the world famous Wembley stadium.
Private rented accommodation:
Accommodation available can include flats, houses or lodgings with a live-in landlord. These options are usually located away from the University's main halls of residence.
Make sure you start your search early; there are lots of students looking for accommodation, particularly before the start of term.
Students with a disability
If you have a disability that may affect the type of accommodation that's best for you, please contact the University Disability Support Service: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)20 8411 4945.
There are a number of hotels and B&Bs in and around Hendon. If you are looking for temporary or overnight accommodation nearby, try Tripadvisor, AirBnb or download the Middlesex University accommodation list.