Among the most progressive universities in the UK, Brunel University can be found in Uxbridge, northwest London, and places an extreme value on employability after graduation.With almost 13,500 students from more than 100 countries in its vibrant community, Brunel is proud of its graduates, who earn the 13th highest starting salaries in the UK. A year-long work placement is provided to students as part of Brunel’s unique four-year “sandwich” courses, which give them a unique opportunity before they graduate. After spending almost £600 million, the university has created a state-of-the-art campus with first-rate academic spaces, lively social areas, and first-rate sports facilities.The Brunel campus is conveniently close to the London Underground, making it easy to get to the city—a quick 20-minute ride away. At the start of the academic year, Brunel offers students an Airport Welcome Service at Heathrow to help them find their way to the campus.


At a Glance:

Year of Establishment1966
Accepted ExamIELTS , PTE
Also Known asBU
Total International Students2700
UG/PG Course Ratio1.19
Endowments ValuePound Sterling 2 million
No.of Campuses1
Accommodation expenses5097 Pound for 1 sharing (UG),6834Pound for 1 sharing (PG)
QS World rank343

University Program:

Courses / DurationTuition fees/ year
M.P.H / 1 year20 lakh /year
M.A /1 year21 lakh /year
MS / 2 year22 lakh /year
MIM / 2 year24 lakh /year
BBA / 3-4 year20 lakh /year
B.E / B.Tech / 3-4 year22 lakh /year
M.A / 1 year22 lakh /year
B.Sc / 3-4 year22 lakh /year
M.B.B.S / 5 year46 lakh /year
B.A / 3 year17 lakh /year
L.L.M / 1 year19 lakh /year
LLB / 2-4 year18 lakh /year

University Eligibility:

Admission Requirements for Undergraduates:

1. A minimum of 60% on the tenth-grade  report card.

2. A 12th grade transcript that demonstrates a minimum of 60% in the humanities and a range of 70% to 80% in the science/business stream.

3. English proficiency can be determined by looking at scores of 6.5 on the IELTS, 100 on the TOEFL, or 120 on Duolingo.

Admission Requirements for Postgraduate Studies:

1. A transcript from grade twelve that shows a minimum of 60% in the humanities and a minimum of 70%–80% in science and business courses.

2. Proficient in English as demonstrated by a TOEFL score of 100 or higher or an IELTS score of 6.5 or above.

3. Extra scores from standardized exams: GRE for science, computer, math, and IT courses; GMAT for management courses.


Required Documents:

These are the documents required which are given below:

1. Application form

2. Competitive Exam Score (SAT, GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, and IELTS)

3. Academic certificate (10th, 12th certificate )

4. Bank Statement

5. Affidavit of support

6. Statement of purpose

7. Recommendation letter

8. Experience certificate 

9. Resume 

10. Passport size picture

11. Entrance Exam

12. Additional documents 

University Scholarships:

Brunel University London offers a wide range of scholarships to international students. Each year Brunel University London offers over 600 scholarships, bursaries, and discounts to Home, EU, and international students. Besides the university giving scholarships and awards, international students can apply for scholarships from external funding sources as well.

1. Unimoni scholarship:

Applicable for: All universities in the USA,

Course: Business, Engineering

Scholarship type- Merit-based

Amount per student: 30,000

2- Hani Zeni Scholarship

  Applicable for: all universities in the USA,

  Course- Business, Engineering

 Scholarship type- Merit-based

Amount per student: 82,460

3: Young women in public affairs

 Applicable for: All universities in USA,

 Course- Business , Engineering,Science

 Scholarship type- Merit-based

 Amount per student: 5000 ( USD)

4: Inlaks Scholarship

 Applicable for: All universities in Albania

Course: Science, Humanities

Scholarship type- Merit-based

 Amount per student: 100,000 ( USD)

5- Amber Scholarship

Applicable for: All universities in the UK

Course- Science, Humanities

Scholarship type- Merit-based

Amount per student: 100,000 ( USD)

University Placements:

Total Enrollment (2022-23)40,100
Average Salary by Degree£60,000
Average Salary by Professional Field£65,000
Most Remunerative Degree£60,000
Most Remunerative Professional Field (Programme & Project Management)£75,000
Top RecruitersMcLaren, Global Invacom EE, Ford, Canon, EasyJet, Bergen Op Zoom etc.
Work PlacementAvailable
Career Support ServicesAvailable

Average salary by degree:

DegreeAverage Salary (GBP)
Masters in Finance49,000
Bachelor of Science56,000
Master in Management60,000

University Rankings:

Ranked byRanking
Accounting & Finance94
Computer Science52
Arts & Humanities301- 400
Sociology and Social Policy87
Communication and Media49
Media and Film Studies77
Electrical and Electronic Engineering35
Clinical and Health300

Work permit:

One advantage of attending a UK university is that you can work in the country while you’re a student there. After completing your postgraduate studies successfully, you can apply for a work permit that will last for a year. It is important to remember that some jobs might require a current permit, like a study permit that specifies particular working conditions.

Employment on campus:

1. Conduct your employment duties on the campus where you are enrolled.

2. Enroll as a full-time student.

3. Possess a valid study permit.

Opportunities Off-Campus:

1. Finish a full-time degree program, with the exception of ESL, visiting, and exchange students.

2. Full-time during prearranged breaks.

3. Have a current study permit.

4. Up to 20 hours a week during the regular school year.

Accommodation & Meals:

Accommodations: At Brunel, students can choose from a diverse array of on-campus housing options that cater to a spectrum of needs and preferences. Whether it’s shared dormitories or more independent living spaces, the university endeavors to provide choices that align with the varied lifestyles of its student community.


Modern Amenities:Recognizing the importance of creating a conducive environment for both academic pursuits and personal relaxation, the on-campus accommodations at Brunel University are equipped with modern amenities. These facilities not only meet the practical needs of students but also contribute to the overall quality of their living experience.

Convenience in Living Spaces: Brunel University is dedicated to making sure that daily living is convenient for students. The university works to create an environment that supports students in every facet of their university experience, from living spaces that are well-maintained to proximity to academic buildings.


Meal Services: The university’s commitment to the welfare of its students is reflected in its dining options. The food options offered by Brunel University are made to offer a range of options in addition to satisfying meals that can suit a wide range of dietary requirements. This strategy demonstrates the university’s dedication to building a safe and welcoming campus community.


Inclusive Community: Building an inclusive community is of utmost importance to Brunel University, even above the provision of physical spaces. Through providing high-quality housing options and a variety of food services, the university hopes to foster an environment where students feel supported and at home during their time in school.


  • The residence type includes studio apartments, 3-bedroom apartments, 4-bedroom apartments, and shared apartments
  • The student residences are fully furnished with all the basic amenities, such as electricity, water, and unlimited internet access, included in the rent
  • The residences have secure door entry, CCTV, and 24-hour maintenance available to keep the student’s belongings safe.
  • It provides self-catering accommodation for approximately 4538 students in 33 halls of residence
  • Some of its residences are Bishop Complex, Faraday Hall, Fleming Hall, Galbraith Hall, Mill Hall, etc.
  • Halls are self-catered and equipped with all the facilities like furniture, chairs, desks, high internet access, 24-hour security service, a shared communal kitchen, laundry facilities, and much more
  • Accommodation at Brunel has been ranked 3rd best in London and top 20 in the UK in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017
  • The university provides housing facilities to all international undergraduate and postgraduate students

Living Cost:

The cost of living for students at the University can vary, usually falling within the range of approximately $8,000 to $15,000 per academic year. This variation is influenced by things such as your choice of accommodation and whether you opt for a meal plan or prepare your own food. If you decide to live off-campus in rental housing, the combined costs for rent and food could total $15,000 or more. It’s important for students to carefully consider their lifestyle preferences and budgetary constraints when planning for living costs during their academic year.