Brunel University London is a well-known university in Uxbridge, London, that was established in 1966. Brunel was named after the great Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
The college is coordinated into three colleges- Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences; Business, Arts and Social Sciences; and Health and Life Sciences – as well as three major research institutes – Energy Futures and Environment; Health and Societies; and Materials and Manufacturing.
Because of its campus-based nature, students of Brunel are never more than a ten-minute walk away from facilities such as halls of residence, the library, social and sports facilities, or lecture theatres. It is also ideal for students who want to experience London’s numerous social and cultural attractions due to its close proximity to London.
Besides, Brunel is a respected member from the Association of Commonwealth Universities, the European University Association, and Universities UK. the university offers access to specialist laboratories such as those for electronic imaging, bioprocessing and experimental techniques, flight, driving and train simulators, and a 3D body scanner.
In the form of a sandwich year, many undergraduate students also have the option to take a practical placement or project as part of their classes. In addition, Brunel’s Department of Design organizes an annual design exhibition called “Made In Brunel” to present final-year students’ work to the wider design industry.