Brunel University London (BUL) is a world-class university based in Uxbridge, West London. BUL is built on a heritage of working closely with businesses, governments and the not-for-profit sector to fulfil their mission. Established in 1966, their mission has always been to combine academic rigour with a practical, entrepreneurial and imaginative approach to bring benefit to society through excellence in education, research and knowledge transfer.
Students have the opportunity to join a community at Brunel. With over 3,000 international students from more than 110 countries – from Argentina to Zimbabwe – Brunel is a vibrant, welcoming multi-cultural community. International students have the opportunity to work collaboratively, discover how different cultures address global issues and take experiences learnt in lectures straight into the workplace.
Why Brunel University London
Campus: Brunel provides everything students need on one campus. Brunel’s campus is modern and safe with all the essential facilities within walking distance: a mini supermarket, cafes and a bar, 24-hour library, PC rooms, multi-faith prayer areas, a medical centre and pharmacy.
Accommodation: International students are guaranteed campus accommodation for each year of their studies. Brunel has over 4,500 modern, comfortable and safe rooms with a range of accommodation options on campus.
Student life: Activities and social events are at the heart of campus life. There are 39 different international societies, world-class outdoor and indoor sports facilities and over 50 interest and activity clubs.
Location: Socialising away from the campus is simple too – Uxbridge town centre is only a short bus ride away and is packed with shops, a multiplex cinema, bars, restaurants and a nightclub. In addition Brunel is just 45 minutes by underground to Central London and only 15 minutes by car to nearby Heathrow Airport.
Scholarships: Brunel offers more than 100 scholarships every year to help international students from over 70 countries. Some awards are worth up to £7,500 a year to help partially fund university fees and living costs. It has a range of scholarship packages and works in partnership with several scholarship organisations and bodies including Chevening, The Commonwealth Scholarships and Santander Mobility Awards.