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Brunel University London

Brunel University London has invested over £400 million into developing a modern campus with state of the art sport, teaching and learning and living facilities for a diverse student, staff and faculty community. The university has three colleges and three research institutes offering academic programs for thousands of students per year. The University was named as one of London’s top universities for student satisfaction, according to the 2014 National Student Survey. During the 2012 Olympics held in London, Brunel hosted the South Korean Team and the Canadian Paralympic Team. The university continues to serve as the home base for the Jamaican sprint team, including Usain Bolt, every British summer.

Brunel’s history can be traced back to at least 1798, but through much change, development and investment, the sprawling Brunel campus you see today is only celebrating its 50-year anniversary. With easy accessibility to all London has to offer and a modern and safe campus to explore your academic and social passions, you will find Brunel a wonderful London university option for studying abroad. 

You can expect to experience the following if you choose to attend Brunel University for your UK Study program:

Welcome/Orientation

Brunel University London was founded in 1966 and is a campus-based university located in West London. The university has over 15,000 students, which includes an international population of more than 2,500 who come from over 110 countries. Brunel offers students the unique ability to study and live on a great modern campus while having close proximity to London. Heathrow airport is reachable in a 30-minute bus ride and the city center of London is reachable in about 45 minutes via either the Metropolitan or Piccadilly Tube lines. Study abroad students benefit from additional international support services to help you settle into your study abroad experience.

Campus Life

Brunel’s campus is located in Uxbridge, which is part of the London Borough of Hillingdon. Uxbridge City Center is a 15-minute walk or 5-minute bus ride from campus and offers everything you would need from supermarkets to major shopping complexes. On campus, you will find the student union, which is responsible for running all sports and society clubs for students, including study abroad, to get participate in. From state of the art, modern sport facilities to the creative arts center on campus, Brunel has a large number of activities to help you get involved.

Academics

Brunel study abroad student can choose from an array of academic subjects and courses while studying during the Fall, Spring or Full Year programs. You can choose from courses like anthropology, sociology, psychology as well as courses in sport, health and exercise science, theater, politics and history, economics and finance, film and television and lastly, English. UK universities expect students to self-manage their time between lectures, tutorials and independent study hours. Additional support services are available for study abroad students to help you adjust to the UK higher education system and be successful in your study abroad.

Accommodation

Study abroad students are offered housing with all our UK university partners, provided you apply by the deadline. The university offers accommodation varying in price depending on location, style and length of stay, so please speak with an advisor directly. Given the campus and accommodation facilities are less than 45 minutes from London, you are definitely going to want to live on campus! Living in University housing is a great way to meet new people from around the world and develop life-long relationships and fantastic travel partners

The requirements to study abroad in the UK and apply to the program of your choice are straight forward. In order to proceed with an application you need to make sure you have the following information:

  • Official academic transcript
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Personal statement
  • Module selection form
  • Copy of valid passport ID page
  • You will need to have at least a 2.8/4.0 GPA

An Across The Pond Advisor can help you with your research and application. Want to find out more? Speak to an Expert today.

Dates

• Fall Term: September to December (Application deadline: June 30)
• Spring Term: January to May (Application deadline: September 30)
• Full Year: September to May (Application deadline: June 30)

2016/2017 Tuition Fees

• Fall Term: £5,500
• Spring Term: £5,500
• Full Year: £11,000 2015/2016 Accommodation Fees (Average)
• £110- £150 per week All of our UK university partners offer accommodation for study abroad students, provided you apply by the deadline. Prices will vary depending on location, style and length of stay, so please speak with an advisor directly.

Welcome to Brunel

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Brunel is a London-based university located in the West London area of Uxbridge, about 30 minutes via bus from Heathrow Airport, making your arrival and subsequent travel throughout the UK and Europe easy. Brunel has a strong and welcoming campus community, giving you opportunities to develop a small, life-long group of friends in a big city. You can choose to go into the city centre of London everyday or just every once in a while, making Brunel the best of both a small-town community and accessibility to a large metropolitan city.

Do you want to know more about Brunel and your study opportunities there? Get in touch with us today for free support and advice.