Brunel University London is one of the top 25 UK universities for graduate starting salaries, according to The Sunday Times Good University Guide. The university was founded in 1966 and has been training successful students ever since. The programmes offered, provide the foundation to a global career. The university specialises in educating students through applying their minds to real life issues, in order to gain the necessary skills and tools to succeed in their future roles. Brunel’s graduates are among the most employable in England and across the UK. The programmes are designed to focus on the skills and experience that are sought after by employers. Internships and work experience make up an important part of studying at Brunel University London. Academic experts who are at the top of their field, give lectures, seminars, presentations and general guidance regarding students future career path. Students have the option to personalise their courses by subjects that interests them and that suit their skills. The London campus has some of the best equipment and facilities. It has more than 1 400 study spaces, 500 PCs, as well as group study rooms and silent study areas, and a library that is open 24 hours.
Staff is amazing, understanding, interesting and more. The subjects are interesting and the teachers try to keep the material interesting and funny. The services are great, amazing equipment provided for film students.View more
Great uni with good lecturers. Student life is great and location is good. Sporting facilities are great and social activities are good. Friendly staff and lots of parking spaces. Great educational facilities.View more
Im a first year student at Brunel studying Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation management. Up until now the majority of the course content I have already been taught at High School level Business. The only difference is the way Brunel teaches it makes less sense and is harder to apply to real life. Often times in class lectures have applied simple business concepts in a way that don’t make sense leaving the student confused. I constantly have the feeling that instead of thriving in this university I’m moving backwards in regards to my Business knowledge and as a person. Furthermore, I do not recommend living on campus, as the rooms are very expensive for what they are. My room has been smelling bad since day one, my bed is too small I’m 187cm and I don’t fit. Constantly I have mould in my shower no matter how much air I circulate through my room. The carpet floor is very old and disgusting and the sticker in my bathroom saying “In case you’re having suicidal thoughts call this number and we will help” does not give me a very friendly vibe. Apart from that Brunel has a very good sports programme both for studying and playing sports in your free time. However, overall I am disappointed and would not recommend studying business here.View more
Good university. But the professors were not good enough. A lot of international tutors. Every tutor had different marking criteria which affected the grades of many students. Social life was also not great at the campus.View more
I studied at Brunel university 12 years ago and until this day I remember my first day arriving on campus. Brunel felt like a little town with its own bar, bank, supermarket and gym to name a few of the amenities. The quality of the teaching was great coupled with the social life. I would highly recommend Brunel as a place to study for anyone wanting to experience a mixture of fun combined with educational excellence.View more
Brunel is a great University. I really enjoy being a student here, and I would happily recommend this University to other possible students. It is great to have everything you need on campus and to have the opportunity to live on campus as well.View more