Middlesex University’s London campus is located in Hendon, north London. It is ten minutes from the Northern Line and Thameslink rail line, both of which take you to central London in under thirty minutes.
Download our printable guide to getting to us and getting around campus.
Plan your journeys in London through the Transport for London journey planner.
From Central London
Tube: Northern line (Edgware Branch) direct to Hendon Central station.
(There are direct tube trains from Waterloo, Leicester Square, Tottenham Court Road, London Bridge, Euston and King’s Cross St Pancras.)
From Luton and Luton Airport
Train: Train to Hendon Rail Station (First Capital Connect service), then bus 183 direct to the campus (or a 15 minute walk).
From South London
Train: First Capital Connect trains run to Hendon Rail Station during the day from stations in south London including Sutton, Wimbledon, Streatham, Elephant and Castle and London Blackfriars.
From London Heathrow International Airport
Tube: Piccadilly line to King’s Cross St Pancras, then change to the Northern line (Edgware Branch). You may have to change to the Edgware Branch at Camden Town. Trains run every few minutes.
Middlesex University has a green transport policy, so we actively promote alternatives to using the car. We encourage you to use public transport instead of coming by car.
Please note that there are no parking facilities on campus except for disabled blue badge holders.
Hendon campus is located on The Burroughs (A504).
Local minicab companies:
- S-Express 020 8203 4444
- Accuro Taxi 020 8447 1000
- Hendon Minicabs 0208 203 9090
Finding your way round campus
You can use this map to guide yourself around the Middlesex University campus.