Middlesex University offers one of the most comprehensive exchange programmes in the UK. We have 100 Erasmus exchange partners and 30 exchange partners beyond Europe. Every year, over 200 students from subjects as diverse as Jazz, International Business and Nursing benefit from these partnerships - that’s both Middlesex students going out on exchange and students from our partners coming to Middlesex on exchange.
The List of Partner Universities is a compilation of all the partner universities with which Middlesex University has a current agreement.
Outgoing Exchange Students
Incoming Exchange Students
Why Go On Exchange?
Going on exchange is all about taking your studies out of your everyday environment, and applying them to a global context.
UK businesses have highlighted a need to find graduates who can show they can work in increasingly international teams, especially with other European countries.
Designers and artists looking for fresh inspiration can find it on exchange through the collaboration of others with a different perspective.
Middlesex University students returning from exchange talk about how their experiences have made them more adaptive and self motivated in their studies. Find out more from other students on our Facebook page.
With over 100 different universities to choose from, in more than 22 different countries across Europe, the United States, and the world, an exchange is a great way to learn from internationally recognised academics and world leading institutions in your field of study.
Where can I go?
With over 100 different universities to choose from, in more than 22 different countries across Europe, the United States, and the world, an exchange is a great way to learn from internationally recognised academics and world leading instuitions in your field of study. Choose to go to one place for an entire year, or mix and match 2 terms from any of our partner universities, to build your ultimate exchange abroad. Single term exchanges are also possible in some degree programmes, (ask your Programme Leader for details). Wherever you choose to study, the credit you earn will count toward your Middlesex qualification. You will find a full list of Middlesex's Partner Universities in the Student Exchange Partner Guide
Pick up our latest Student Exchange Partner Guide to help you choose the right university for you. Once you’ve made your choices and have checked with your Programme Leader that your exchange plans are possible, complete our Registration of Interest form. See also Apply now
Can I study at Middlesex University?
At Middlesex University, we welcome students from overseas institutions to study with us for one semester or a full year. In the first instance, please check the List of Partner Universities to determine if Middlesex University and your home university have a current agreement. If your institution is not shown, we are unable to accept you as an exchange student. Contact the International Office at your home institution for advice on the application procedure. Before we can accept your applciation form, you must first be nominated by your home institution. Nominations need to be sent by your institution's exchange Erasmus coordinator to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find all the information regarding incoming exchange studies at Middlesex University here
Visit the Frequently Asked Questions pages as well to get answers to queries like accomodation availability and application etc ...
For more information on the courses available to you as an incoming exchange student, please visit the Course Directory which lists all the options.
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