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Most bus, tube and train services are running normally. You must wear a mask unless unable to do so for medical reasons. You can choose to wear a sunflower lanyard if this is the case.
University advice on what's happening this autumn.
Transport for London travel app (iPhone, etc only)
Oyster pay as you go zones
There are some places out of London you can use Oyster but many lines where Oyster is not valid beyond a certain station. If you go too far you may get fined £20.00 Use this map to see where you can and cannot go. It also shows the more expensive national rail lines and the cheaper tube routes.
Thameslink trains from Hendon station
Bus stops - live information
Improve your skills as you travel: Linkedin learning app
Middlesex pays for you to have free access to Linkedin Learning.
You can download the Linkedin Learning app to your phone for courses on the go or check your app store and download it. For more information on Linkedin Learning see the Linkedin Learning Libguide.
Many courses can be listened to as audio only as well as video.
Read books as you travel: Kortext
Save on travel: Use other university libraries
Sconul Access is a FREE scheme where you can use other university libraries in London to study and (depending on your level of study) borrow books.
You can also use Eduroam to use their wifi to access our e-resources.
See the list on this page for examples of libraries you can use in London
Save on travel: University Libraries in London you can use
**** Scheme suspended until further notice due to Covid-19 ****
University Libraries in London you can use to study via Sconul Access include:
- Arts London (Camberwell, Chelsea, Elephant and Castle, Kings Cross, Wimbledon)
- Bedfordshire (Luton)
- Birkbeck University of London (Bloomsbury)
- Brunel (Uxbridge)
- City (Northampton Square, Bunhill Row)
- East London (Stratford, Docklands)
- Goldsmiths (New Cross)
- Hertfordshire (Hatfield)
- London Metropolitan (Holloway)
- London School of Economics (Aldwych)
- Queen Mary (Mile End)
- St Mary's (Twickenham)
- South Bank (Elephant and Castle)
- West London (Ealing)
- Westminster (Marylebone and Harrow on the Hill)
For most students this is reference and study access, but you may also be able to borrow books.