Brunel University London

About 

Brunel University London was established in 1966 and is situated in Uxbridge town of West London. They are a public research university and were organised into three main research institutes and three colleges in 2014. It was at this point that they changed their name to Brunel University London officially.  

The London campus has numerous academic buildings such as the Civil Engineering Research Centre, the Law School as well as facilities and offices for Health and Sciences and much more. The university teaches a wide range of subjects from journalism to law and physiotherapy to civil engineering, anthropology and more. They see themselves as a university for changing the world.  

Postgraduate Programs They Run 

Brunel University London have a wide range of postgraduate courses and programs to choose from spanning topics such as accounting, clinical practice, engineering, design, creative writing and more. You can view all the postgraduate programs they run here. Some of the accreditations they offer include Master of Science (MSc), Master of Art (MA), Master of Research (MRes), Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert), Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip), Master of Business Administration (MBA) as well as Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD).  

Admissions Process 

Full-time undergraduate students should apply for courses at Brunel University College by submitting an online application via UCAS. All you will need to apply is the course code and the institution code. Then, fill out and submit your application. The university will then be in touch with you directly. International students can apply for courses at Brunel University College in the same way. Those looking to study postgraduate courses can apply by using the Brunel University London course finder and clicking the apply button. The university will then be in touch with you directly regarding your application’s status.  

Accommodation 

If you are planning to study at Brunel University London and are looking for accommodation, live on campus options are available. You can simply apply via the Student Living Hub on the Brunel University London website. Preferences cannot be guaranteed but the information you provide assist the team in allocating the rooms so it is important to fill the application out thoroughly. There are also lots of private housing options that Brunel University London can help you secure.  

Brunel University London’s halls of residence have various room types from en-suites to standard bedrooms and studios/flats. Some properties have facilities such as TVs in the kitchen and some even have accessible rooms for those with disabilities. Prices range from £120 per week to £170. The vast majority have fast Wi-Fi, a laundry room, security 24/7 and a bike shed. The rent includes electricity, gas and water as well as Wi-Fi and insurance. You can browse the available accommodation on the Brunel University London website.  

Scholarships and Financial Support 

Brunel University London has a number of scholarships and bursaries to help you in paying your fees. Their bursaries do not require an application but some of the scholarships do. If you have any queries or want to ensure you meet the criteria, email scholarships@brunel.ac.uk Some of the scholarships available include the Brunel Graduate Discount, the British Council Scholarship for Women in STEM, the Care Leaver Bursary, the MBA Scholarship and more. You can browse all the available scholarships on the Brunel University London website. The university also offers more than 100 scholarships each year to help international students from over 70 countries. Some of these awards are worth up to £7,500 per year to help pay for university fees and living costs.  

Contact Info 

For general queries, call +44 (0)1895 274000 

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