Brunel University established in 1966, is a campus-based university situated in Uxbridge, West London. In 2016, Brunel celebrates 50 years as a university. Now a university of 12,746 students – 3,309 students engaged in postgraduate and research study – their special approach is to combine academic rigour with the practical, entrepreneurial and imaginative approach pioneered by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Today, Brunel University's influence extends far beyond the fields of engineering, science and technology, which were its traditional strengths. A long succession of developments and mergers has brought the University from modest beginnings to a major force on the UK higher education scene.
The University’s processes and procedures to assure the quality of learning and teaching and the standards of the awards it confers are also aligned with the UK Quality Code for Higher Education, published by the Quality Assurance Agency, which sets out national expectations that all providers of UK higher education are required to meet.
Campus of Brunel University –
Brunel University is a campus-based university and students on site are never more than 10 minutes away from halls of residence, catering, social and sports facilities, lecture theatres, the library, the computer centre or welfare services.
Facilities at Brunel University –
- Computer Centre
- Student Centre
- Health and Welfare
- Sport and Fitness
- Arts and Music
Colleges at Brunel University –
- College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences
- College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences
- College of Health and Life Sciences
- Institute of Energy Futures
- Institute of Materials and Manufacturing
- Institute of Environment, Health and Societies
Student Life at Brunel University –
They provide the best possible opportunities to start stay and succeed in Sport, whether you are training for the Olympic Games or taking part for the pure enjoyment of being active. Their Student Ambassador Scheme gives you the opportunity to represent us at various events on and off campus.
Placement at Brunel University –
The Placement and Careers Centre (PCC) is a professional guidance service. They have always placed great emphasis on integrating work skills and experience into their courses, as well as providing high-quality advice and support for students working life.
They are dedicated in helping students achieve both short and long term career goals. From their first day at Brunel and for up to two years after graduation, the PCC provide information, guidance, advice and practical help every step of the way.