We have recently invested over £400 million into creating a modern, vibrant campus which possesses an impressive range of state-of-the-art teaching, social and sporting facilities.
Many of Brunel’s innovative university courses are accredited by professional institutions, which are recognised by employers, and offer membership or exemption towards further study.
If you are looking for a course, ask Sforstudy for their assistance. They’ll assist you to find the most suitable program and will organise your application to make sure you can be admitted to Brunel University
A Research Intensive University
We place great value on the usefulness of our research, which improves our understanding of the world around us and informs up to the minute teaching. Research is responsible for much of our collaborative work with business, industry and the public sector, providing opportunities for work experience, and demonstrate our commitment to producing professionally-minded graduates that employers want to recruit.
Brunel is a campus-based university, so virtually everything you need is moments away. You are never more than a ten minute walk from halls of residence, catering, social, sports and study facilities, lecture theatres, the Library and support services.
From restaurants, bars and a club to gardens, the Atrium and the Quad, there really is something for everyone – whether you want to relax and unwind, pursue your interests, have a night out or try something new.
Accommodation and Residential Services at Brunel University is a member of The Universities UK Code of Practice for University Managed Student Accommodationand have achieved Investor in People Accreditation. For further information about our services visit our Accommodation website.
Living on campus
Brunel’s halls of residence have been transformed in recent years as part of a £300 million investment in campus buildings and infrastructure, including the refurbishment of existing halls of residence and the construction of modern accommodation.
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 may choose not to live in halls of residence at all, or to live off campus after your first year. Brunel’s dedicated Off-Campus Housing Office maintains a large database of available rooms, houses and flats, and can help you find off campus accommodation. Local private housing is very reasonably priced and is generally much cheaper than Central London.