Middlesex University is very accessible, with links to the motorway, underground, bus routes, railways station and is close to all London airports. While not exhaustive, this section gives you directions from most major routes and transport services
Middlesex University, The Burroughs, Hendon, London NW4 4BT
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Westbound: take the A1 North at Henlys Corner. Turn left at the first set of traffic lights onto the A504 (Finchley Lane). Carry on past the next set of traffic lights on to Church Lane, the campus is ahead of you.
Eastbound: take the A41 North at the Brent Cross Interchange. You will pass Hendon Central Tube Station at the first set of traffic lights. At the second traffic lights, turn right onto The Burroughs (A504). The campus is ahead of you on the left.
As part of our Travel Plan we actively encourage students and staff to use public transport, cycle, motorcycle or walk to campus. Hendon is well served by good public transport links including rail, tube and bus routes.
There are excellent facilities for cyclists and motorcyclists including cycle parking, shower and changing facilities.
Take advantage of Transport for London's (TfL) 18+ Student Oyster photo card which entitles the holder to buy student-rate travel cards and bus and pass season tickets valid for seven days, one month or longer periods of up to one year, at 30 per cent less than adult-rate season tickets. For further information visit TFL or speak to UniHelp who will be happy to assist you.
Northern Line northbound (Edgware branch) to Hendon Central tube Station, then a 10-minute walk to the campus.
From Hampstead, Golders Green and Brent Cross
Northern line northbound to Hendon Central Tube Station, then a short walk to the campus
Northern line (Edgware Branch) to Hendon Central Tube Station, then a short walk to the campus
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.)
Train to Hendon Overground station. Then 183 bus to campus, or a 15 minute walk.
From Luton and Luton Airport Parkway
Train to Hendon Rail Station (First Capital Connect service), then bus 183 direct to the campus (or a 15 minute walk).
From south London
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.
Buses 143, 183 and 326 provide a direct service from the main entrance to Archway, Golders Green and Barnet. These services also provide links to Brent Cross Shopping Centre, Hendon Central Underground and Hendon rail stations.
From High Barnet
Bus 326 direct to Middlesex University Hendon campus stop.
Bus 113 to The Burroughs stop near to the campus.
For more detailed and up to date travel information as well as other travel tools visit the TFL website.
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.
Taxi: Black cabs are available at the airport, but can be expensive.
Minicab: You can arrange a pick-up by a minicab service for a set cost in advance, this can be considerably cheaper than a black cab. ONLY use a registered minicab service. Use Transport for London's Cabwise service.
Take the airport bus to Luton Airport Parkway, then the train to Hendon Rail Station, then bus 183 direct to the campus (or a 15 minute walk).