Brunel University London

History

Brunel University London is a modern, campus-based university, providing a world-class education. Located in a fantastic west London location, with excellent transport links, the University is home to 14,000 students from over 110 countries worldwide. Brunel offers a multitude of undergraduate, postgraduate and research programmes, as well as professional accreditation and internships for many of its courses. Founded in 1966, the University’s mission is to combine academic rigour with the practical, entrepreneurial and imaginative approach pioneered by its namesake, Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

Brunel is located in Uxbridge, on the western edge of London and close to Heathrow Airport. The town centre is just a 20 minute walk or short bus ride from campus, and has more than 300 shops, a multiplex cinema, dozens of bars and restaurants. Uxbridge is compact and less frenetic than central London – which is very easy to get to from Uxbridge Station or West Drayton Station.

International Admissions

Admissions to Brunel University London are made through the UCAS service, with each programme having different entry requirements. English language proficiency may also be taken into consideration in the admissions process.

Subject Areas

The University has three academic colleges. These are:

  • College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences
  • College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences
  • College of Health and Life Sciences

These colleges are further broken down to offer courses in these subject areas:

  • Computer Science
  • Design
  • Electronic and Computer Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
  • Business
  • Arts and Humanities
  • Economics and Finance
  • Education
  • Politics, History and Law
  • Social Sciences, Media and Communications
  • Clinical Sciences
  • Life Sciences
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