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I’m staying at Unite Halls in Wembley. When I first got here it felt really safe and friendly, which has played a big role in how happy I am at university and moving to London. The halls have a common room where you can play table tennis, table football or pool. We also have two terraces where we sit if the weather is nice.


KARAOKE AND CHOCOLATE FOUNTAINS From the start, we’ve had lots of cool afternoon events organised to help us meet the other students staying at Unite. The ones I’ve enjoyed most were the karaoke, movie night and dinner with a chocolate fountain. We’re surrounded by shops, restaurants and coffee shops too. Nearby Boxpark has over 20 places where you can eat.


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STAY IN ACCOMMODATION


Staying in our halls is a great way to settle into city life and enjoy the convenience of living near campus. From en suite rooms to studios, we have a space you can make your home while at Middlesex. Some of our halls of residence are only a walk away, while others are a short bus ride.


Living in halls, you’ll be surrounded by other students. You’ll have plenty of shared spaces to eat, watch TV and play sport together. When you need to focus on study, you can retreat to the comfort of your room.


ALWAYS FEEL SAFE AND SECURE Our halls have 24-hour reception and security teams so there’s always someone around to help. Dripping tap or broken hob? The team will also fix maintenance problems quickly so you can focus on your studies.


OUR HALLS OF RESIDENCE — Usher Hall – across the road from campus — Unite Olympic Way – 45-minute bus journey to campus — Platt Hall – 20-minute walk from campus — Ivy Hall – 20-minute bus journey to campus — Writtle House – 20-minute walk from campus


If you’re a full-time undergraduate student (and apply by 30th June), you’re guaranteed accommodation. Check our website for full details.


STUDY WHERE YOU WANT


We help you study anywhere with: — free e-textbooks and digital resources including e-journals


— spaces for group work and private study


— 24/7 library access and 24 hour laptop loan — including at weekends


HELP WITH TRAVEL COSTS You can also get a rail discount from Transport for London, and may be able to apply for a Young Persons Railcard to save money on the cost of travel.


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