Brunel University is in London, United Kingdom. The campus itself is located in Uxbridge which is on the outskirts of the centre of the city. Brunel recently celebrated 50 years as a university and Brunel traces back to around 1798.
There are three main colleges which are the College of Business Arts and Social Sciences, College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences and College of Health and Life Sciences. Brunel offer a wide range of courses in each college, so there is plenty of variety for whatever you are looking to study.
Brunel provides the highest quality teaching and learning facilities. It is 48th in the university UK league table (2017). Brunel also received a Silver award in the Teaching Excellence Framework. Brunel also has a high amount of guest speakers which come to talk to students on their courses.
The courses have the ability to be flexible as you can choose from several optional topics along with the compulsory topics in your chosen subjects.
The university looks to give students the academic education and personal skills to allow students to get the relevant skills they need to achieve in their chosen career path.
The university has a wide range of facilities for you to use during your studies. The library is open 24 hours, so students have access to thousands of books, journals and e-journals around the clock. There are also 1-to-1 support and drop-in sessions for students who may be struggling or needing some help during their study.
Here is a short video giving you a look at what Brunel looks like!
London itself is a busy and exciting city that never sleeps. London is one of the best cities in the world for transport links, you can get around the city on the underground cheaply and quickly. It is full of things to do such as theatres, parks, shops and restaurants. You will never struggle for something to do.
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