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At Middlesex, we have over 85 student groups that cover everything from hobbies and interests to religion and nationality, as well as academic clubs related to your degree subject.
The groups organise events and activities, campaign for what they care about and volunteer their time to make a difference.
If you're moving away from home for uni, then we're here to help you find accommodation in our own halls and halls shared with other universities. We can also help you to find you a private rented place in London.
There are many benefits to living in halls of residence.
Here are three top reasons to choose halls.
Independent study at Sheppard Library
You'll use the fastest computers and latest software at Middlesex. Choose between hundreds of PCs and Macs, and use your own devices with our free, open and reliable Wi-Fi across the campus.
Our expert staff are here to answer your questions at drop-in IT sessions every weekday and one-to-one and group IT training sessions for you to book.
At Middlesex we've got one of the biggest and best campuses in London. Everything you need is here so you can try new things, gain new skills and make the most of your time at uni and in London.
Whether you’re keen to join a society, get on the basketball court or hang out with your new Middlesex family, here’s how you can get involved in life on campus.
We've got something for everyone interested in sport and fitness at Middlesex from Olympic medal winners to students giving it a go.
Use our excellent outdoor and indoor sports facilities on campus including:
You can book any of the pitches and courts to play with friends. Plus as a Middlesex student, you'll have access to local facilities for sports including rugby, golf, hockey, athletics, canoeing and swimming.
These groups bring together students with similar experiences to network and campaign for change. They are for Women students, Disabled students, Black students (of African, Arab, Asian and Caribbean heritage) and LGBT+ students (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender).
Join a community of students who have the same circumstances as you. There are networks for commuting students, student parents and carers, international students and postgraduate students. Together you'll support each other to have the best possible student experience.