Brunel is a world-class university based in Uxbridge, West London and is home to nearly 15,000 students from over 100 countries worldwide. Now over 40 years old, its mission has always been to combine academic rigour with the practical, entrepreneurial and imaginative approach pioneered by its namesake Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
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The Admissions Office deals with all undergraduate and postgraduate applications and admissions to the University.
The Admissions Office aims to:
- develop and implement the University’s admission policy;
- ensure that all applications and admissions at undergraduate and postgraduate level are dealt with in a friendly, effective and efficient manner;
- enable decisions to be made promptly on all applications.
Update – The UK Visas and Immigration have announced changes to the Maintenance Requirements for Tier 4. In addition to the first year’s Tuition Fees, from 1st July 2014, when applying for a visa for Brunel University, you must show you have living costs of £820 per month for each month of your course (to a maximum of 9 months, or£7,380).
If you have applied to live in on-campus accommodation, the maximum amount you may deduct from the living costs part of your visa application’s Maintenance Requirement will now be £1,200.
Students who are applying to study abroad at Brunel independently should email the Study Abroad Manager directly to receive a link to the online application form.
Students who are applying through an existing partnership agreement must be nominated by their home institution in order to take part in the study abroad programme. Once you have been nominated, you will be sent a link to the online application form by email.
In order for us to consider your application, you must also submit all the supporting documents by the deadline shown on the course fees page. Below please find list of documents required:
- English language qualification (if applicable)
- Documentation of finance (£800/month or £7,200/year for maintenance costs plus applicable tuition fees)
- Official academic transcript of records
- Copy of valid passport ID page
- Letter of recommendation
- Personal statement
- Module selection form
Please use the module selection form to make provisional module choices from the list of available modules. You will need to select 3 modules per term. We advise you to select a few alternative modules since we cannot guarantee that you will be able to register for your first choice of modules. You will be able to discuss your choices and amend your modules if necessary at registration.
All applicants must be a current student at an overseas university or college of higher education and have completed at least one year of study at their home institution. The minimum academic requirement is a GPA of at least 2.8 out of 4.0 (or equivalent).
All students are required to meet the University’s minimum English language requirements by taking either an IELTS or another recognised English language qualification at an appropriate level, unless they are a native of an English-speaking country.
Study Abroad Programme
We are delighted that you are interested in Brunel University London as your study abroad destination!
The Study Abroad Programme is ideal for undergraduate students from outside the UK who want to spend a period of time studying in the UK, earning credits to transfer back to their home institution. The Programme is taught at levels 1 and 2, and is suited to students who have completed their sophomore year or first 2 years of a 4 year degree programme. Modules are available across most disciplines and are part of the regular undergraduate curriculum enabling study abroad students to study alongside UK-based home students.
An agreement between Brunel University London and your home university is not necessary. Students are able to apply from any university as fee-paying students.
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.
About the campus
Brunel 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. We have invested £300 million redeveloping the campus in the last few years, with many new and refurbished social, teaching and sporting facilities, and more green spaces outside.
Striking 1960s architecture sits alongside outstanding modern designs, offset by gardens and interconnecting pathways. Facilities on campus include:
- UEFA-class football facilities, competition-standard athletics complex and refurbished sports and fitness centre;
- Extended library building, holding a hugely increased book and journal collection, more computer workstations and group study areas, an Assistive Technology Centre for disabled students, and a café;
- 34 halls of residence, including a new residential complex that brings our on-campus accommodation up to 4,549 rooms;
- New Health Sciences and Social Care building, opened by Her Majesty the Queen;
- Renovated Lecture Centre, with high‑tech teaching equipment and improved social and study facilities;
- Spectacular new Engineering and Design annex and atrium, including an impressive exhibition space;
- Student facilities complex with a stunning atrium entrance opening onto a dining space, bars, the Students’ Union and retail outlets.
Social life on campus revolves around the Students’ Union, whose student-elected staff help provide you with the best possible experience. Brunel’s modern facilities, bars, refectory, shops, café, central atrium and refurbished nightclub provide the perfect setting for a night out, trying new activities or relaxing after lectures.
The Union is proud of the diversity of clubs and societies that you can join and even help run – everything from Animé Society to Snow Club. If your interests are not represented, they’ll help you start your own group.