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Brunel University

- United Kingdom

Overview

Brunel is a campus-based university situated in Uxbridge, West London, and is home to nearly 15,000 students from over 100 countries worldwide. Founded in 1966, our distinctive mission is to combine teaching and research excellence with the practical and entrepreneurial approach pioneered by its namesake, Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

We place great value on the usefulness of our research, which improves our understanding of the world around us and informs up‑to‑the‑minute teaching. Research is responsible for much of our collaborative work with business, industry and the public sector, providing opportunities for work experience, and demonstrate our commitment to producing professionally-minded graduates that employers want to recruit.

The big plus of living in a campus-based university is that the majority of your needs are catered for on-site, including the Library and Computer Centre, academic and teaching buildings, welfare services, catering and social facilities and even the halls of residence, if you are living in University accommodation.

You can organise most of your day-to-day needs without leaving the campus. There is a bank, a pharmacy, and a general shop where you can buy groceries, newspapers, stationery and even top up your phone card. The Computer Centre sells a range of IT-related products such as printers, network cables, memory sticks and disks, and the Students’ Union hosts a weekly fruit and veg market and Fairtrade stalls.

The big plus of living in a campus-based university is that the majority of your needs are catered for on-site, including the Library and Computer Centre, academic and teaching buildings, welfare services, catering and social facilities and even the halls of residence, if you are living in University accommodation.

You can organise most of your day-to-day needs without leaving the campus. There is a bank, a pharmacy, and a general shop where you can buy groceries, newspapers, stationery and even top up your phone card. The Computer Centre sells a range of IT-related products such as printers, network cables, memory sticks and disks, and the Students’ Union hosts a weekly fruit and veg market and Fairtrade stalls.


Faculties

School of Arts

Subject areas: Creative Writing, English, Journalism, Music, Games Design and Film and Television, Theatre

Brunel Business School

Subject areas: Accounting and Finance, Business and Management, Information Management, Marketing and Branding, Operations, Logistics and HR

School of Engineering and Design

Subject areas: Advanced Manufacturing and Enterprise Engineering, Civil Engineering, Design, Electronic and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

School of Health Sciences and Social Care

Subject areas: Biosciences, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Social Work, Community Health Nursing and Health Studies

School of Information Systems, Computing and Mathematics

Subject areas: Computer Science, Mathematical Sciences

Brunel Law School

Subject areas: Law

School of Social Sciences

Subject areas: Anthropology, Economics and Finance, Politics and History, Psychology, Sociology and Communications

School of Sport and Education

Subject areas: Education, Sport Sciences


English Requirements


Scholarships

Thanks to the generosity of Brunel’s alumni and supporters, we are offering 37 awards,which will comprise a 15% discount on the cost of tuition fees. The International Scholarships are open to Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research students who are classed as overseas for fee purposes. 

The Brunel International Scholarship Programme is an annual award, run by the Brunel International office and open to all international students. Its goal is to provide over £110,000 of financial support to exceptional students. Scholarship holders will go on to represent Brunel as ambassadors throughout their time at the University.

Other Scholarships and Discounts for International Students

Academic Excellence Scholarships (Postgraduate) – Automatic 15% tuition fee discount, unlimited to those who meet the conditions.

Academic Excellence Scholarships (Undergraduate) – Up to 150 awards of £3000, apply through evision.

Self funding students who pay their fees in full by enrolment are also entitled to a prompt payment discount of 2%.

Brunel Alumni are entitled to an Alumni discount of 15%, which can be combined with an Academic Excellence Scholarship.

Deadlines

The key dates to remember when applying for the 2014/15 scholarships are:

4th April: You should ensure your course application reaches Brunel by this date. If your course application is received after this date we cannot guarantee issuing you with an applicant number in time to apply for a scholarship.

30th May 5pm (GMT): Applications must be submitted by this date. Do not leave your application to the last minute!. Also be sure to check what time 10am GMT is in your local time.

4th July: All applicants will be informed whether or not they have been successful by the end of the first week of July. This may be subject to change if a very large volume of applications are received.

18th July: Applicants offered a scholarship must notify Brunel that they would like to accept the award by this date. If they do not the award may be offered to someone on the reserve list.

September: Successful applicants must ensure that they meet all the standard conditions of their course offer from Brunel (including paying the deposit) before they enrol in September. Exact dates will depend upon your course.

October: Welcome party for new scholarship winners.

November: Awards ceremony with the Vice-Chancellor.


Tution Fee

Band

Undergraduate Courses

Standard Fee

Low

Law - Arts - Education - Social Sciences (except Psychology & Communications and Media Studies)

£13,000

Middle

Business - Information Systems, Computing & Maths - Psychology - Communications and Media Studies - Sports Sciences

£14,250

High

Engineering & Design - Health Sciences

£16,000

 

 

Band

Postgraduate Taught Courses

Standard Fee

Low

 Children Youth and international Development - PGCerts - Cross Cultural Psychology - Anthropology of Education - Cross Cultural studies

£13,000

Middle

Business - Maths - Psychology (apart from Cross Cultural) - History - Politics - Law - Arts - Education

£14,250

High

Engineering & Design - Information Systems and Computing - Finance & Economics - Neuroimaging - Health - Sports Science - Graduate School - Institute for the Environment

£16,000

 
 

Band

Research Courses

Standard Fee

Low

Social Sciences (see course pages)

£13,000

Middle

Business - Arts - Law - Social Sciences (see course pages) - Maths

£14,250

High

Graduate School - Instiutte for the Environment - Sport Science - Health - Information Systems and Computing - Engineering & Design - Business

£16,000