Middlesex University’s Centres in London Holborn, Birmingham and Manchester

London, Birmingham & Manchester, England

Middlesex University’s Centres in London Holborn, Birmingham and Manchester are delivered in partnership between the University and QA Higher Education.


Location

Saint James Buildings
61 – 95 Oxford St
Manchester
England
M1 6FQ


About Middlesex University’s Centres in London Holborn, Birmingham and Manchester

Factsheet about: Middlesex University’s Centres in London Holborn, Birmingham and Manchester

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Middlesex University’s Centres in London Holborn, Birmingham and Manchester are delivered as part of a partnership between the University and QA Higher Education.
 
Students can choose to study undergraduate degrees in Business with a Healthcare specialism, or Business Accounting at centrally located teaching centres.

These degrees are offered as both traditional 3-year programmes or with the addition of an initial foundation year for added study and academic support. For students who need to fit study around any existing commitments, you can choose between daytime, and evening and weekend class timetables.

The programme offered is a Middlesex University programme and qualification, designed, assessed and quality assured by Middlesex but delivered at and by a partner.

Brief outline of the university’s facilities

Birmingham centre:

  • Computer labs and laptop renting service
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout
  • Library and book club
  • Free hot drink vending machines
  • Free fresh fruit and biscuits
  • Private study area
  • Breakout areas with games such as table tennis and pool
  • Multi-faith room
  • Careers and Employability Service
  • Student Welfare Service
  • ACE Team – Academic Community of Excellence who can assist with studies and assignments

London centre:

  • Brand new Student Hub. Take the virtual tour here.
  • Student PCs, printing service and lockers
  • Social/breakout space
  • Multi-faith room
  • IT and learning space
  • Dedicated careers and employability area
  • ACE Team area
  • Common areas
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout

Manchester centre:

  • ACE Team visits Breakout spaces
  • Free hot drink vending machines
  • Free WiFi
Closest airport to the university?
(How long does it take to get from the airport to the main university campus?)

Whichever centre you decide to attend, there’s an international airport within approximately an hour of your location.

From our Birmingham Centre:

  • Birmingham Airport – 15-minutes by train, 25-minutes by car

From our London centre:

  • London Gatwick - 51 minutes by train
  • London Luton – 1 hour by train
  • London Heathrow – 1 hour 4 minutes by train
  • London Stansted – 1 hour 6 minutes by train

From our Manchester centre:

  • Manchester airport – 34-minutes by train, 22-minutes by car

Student Union activities & societies?

As a student you are automatically a member of the Students Activities Association (SAA). The purpose of the SAA and its voluntary student Ambassadors is to engage with students and assist the running of student-centred events across campus.

The Student Relations Officer leads the SAA and is your point of call for student events and societies. They’re based in London and travel to Birmingham and Manchester frequently.

Scholarships & Bursaries
(Any specifically for NI students?)
TBC

What accommodation is available & what is the average cost?

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3 Fun Facts about the university
  • Study in central Locations in London, Birmingham and Manchester
  • Study at a time that suits you with daytime or evening and weekend options available
  • Benefit from learning in intimate groups with high contact with academic staff

Link to university website

Link to website