In 2016, Brunel celebrated 50 years as a university. However, our history can be traced back much further to 1798 through our predecessor colleges of Borough Road College, Maria Grey College, Shoreditch College and the West London Institute of Higher Education and as well as through Acton Technical College then Brunel College.
By becoming part of team Brunel, you'll study and learn with academic experts who are at the top of their field and passionate about their subjects. And develop problem-solving, study and research skills through lectures, seminars, field trips, presentations, and group work and research projects. You’ll have the option to personalise your course by choosing modules to suit your future career path.
Your studies will be supported by some of the best equipment and facilities around, that mirror the world of work. With more than 1,400 study spaces, 500 PCs, group study rooms and silent study areas across the campus, plus 24-hour access to our Library, there’s always somewhere to get down to work.
Brunel University London is one of the country’s strongest universities, with a culture of high-quality research and a tradition of innovation and entrepreneurship. We are committed to outstanding excellence in interdisciplinary research and enterprise, and developing strong partnerships to meet the global challenges of the 21st century.
Brunel is firmly within the top quarter of research universities in the UK according to the Research Excellence Framework 2014, with a number of areas of study including public health, sports science, art and design, politics, and environmental and earth sciences, recognised as world-leading or internationally excellent for research impact.
Whether you're looking for work experience, searching for a graduate job or placement, recruitment fairs, employer pop-ups and other careers events are a great way to network with companies from a variety of sectors.
It is crucial that you take some time to prepare before recruitment events by researching the employers and their opportunities. This should help you to get the best out of interactions, make a positive first impression and build connections.
The Student Centre, located on the ground floor of the Howell Building, provides a range of administrative services and support to all students.
We will help you with registration and re-enrolment, for the duration of your course, until your graduation.
The Student Centre should be your first port of call for any administrative enquiries, including:Student records and general administration, including enrolment, name changes and travel discounts (such as the Student Oyster Card); Finance enquiries, including tuition fee and accommodation payments and invoices, student loans support, scholarships and bursaries; The University Hardship Fund and Emergency Loan information as well as help from the Money Doctors.
Brunel's halls of residence are all on campus, meaning you are only minutes away from the teaching, sporting and social facilities.
We provide self-catering accommodation for approximately 4538 students in 33 halls of residence, which include 116 studio flats for co-habiting couples.
Everyone has different priorities, so we offer a choice of en suite, standard and studio residences.
Rooms are available on campus for undergraduates, postgraduates, disabled students and co-habiting couples.
You must make sure you have arranged somewhere to live or at least have temporary accommodation before leaving home otherwise you run the risk of arriving at Brunel with nowhere to live.
Whatever your level of study or area of research, we're here to support you throughout your time at Brunel University London. Here you can find more information on our key policy documents.
All of our students and staff members are entitled to a Brunel Network Account. This account you access to the internet, email, wireless and many more services. The list below briefly explains some of the computing services available.
The Medical Centre on campus offers a variety of services to students and members of the public. If you’re a new student make sure you register when you arrive, and get up to date with your vaccinations.
Our London campus community provides everything you could need. We provide world-class sports facilities, a diverse arts centre, Students’ Union, prayer facilities and on-campus accommodation for first year undergraduates. All this on a self-contained single campus within easy reach of central London.
Our state-of-the-art sports facilities rank among the best university facilities in the UK and are used by some of the world's top athletes, including Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake.
Our facilities are open to students, staff and members of the community. Activity programmes run throughout the year but with seasonal variations. We welcome anyone with disabilities and aim to provide a welcoming and friendly environment that is supportive to all our users with lift and ramp access. We are committed to providing opportunities for all to take part in sport and active recreation.
Brunel University London is responsible for the academic standards and quality of the education that it provides which is consistent with the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (FHEQ), an important national reference point for providers of UK university degrees.