Brunel University is located in the Uxbridge district of London. The university is named after the great engineer Isambard Kingdon Brunel who is famous for some of Britain’s top engineering constructions including: the ‘Great Western Railway’ and the ‘Clifton Suspension Bridge’.
It was awarded the Royal Charter and became a university in 1966 and since it’s formation it has merged with Shoreditch College of Education and the West London Inistute of Higher Education.
Brunel University is a fairly modern university which is particularly strong in the fields of engineering, science and technology as you would expect being named after a great engineer. It also like to combine its academic teaching with practical and entrepreneurial development. Its students are reported to earn a good wage on graduation this no double is assisted by industrial placements. In 2008 it was assessed by the RAE that 82% of its research is of international standard.
Brunel University is campus based university and has a bank, pharmacy, students’ union and a general shop all on site. The campus has 34 halls of residence and is able to accommodate over 4,500 students. The university has recently invested £300 million in redeveloping its campus resulting in refurbished social teaching and sporting facilities.
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The university has around 15,000 students from all over the world and over 1000 academic related staff.
Brunel University’s Reputation
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Brunel University’s Fees
UK students- Brunel University will charge an annual fee of approximately £9,000 to all full-time EU students registering on undergraduate courses.
Typically international student: £11,330 (low band), £12,650 (mid band) or £13,860 (high band) per annum
Information correct on 18-04-2012. For up to date information on fees please see Brunel University’s website http://www.brunel.ac.uk/
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