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  • Brunel University London guide

    Tucked away in a corner of west London, Brunel University London is in Uxbridge on the very last stop of the Piccadilly and Metropolitan Underground lines, nestled alongside the M25 border.

    Named after the celebrated Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the university focuses on qualifications in technology, engineering and physical sciences. More recent additions to its selection of courses include degrees in the arts and humanities.

    The distinctive Brutalist-style architecture of some buildings on the campus has been the setting for a number of films and TV shows over the years, such as the Stanley Kubrick film A Clockwork Orange, plus TV shows like Spooks and Inspector Morse. Thankfully, the university hasn’t been overwhelmed by its brushes with fame - it remains a serene yet modern university to study at.


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    At a glance

    What you need to know about Brunel University London

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    44th (Complete University Guide 2014)
    44th (The Guardian’s University Guide 2014)


    Undergraduate degrees range are £9,000 per year for full-time UK/EU students, and £12,000 to £15,000 for international students.

    Established: 1966

    UCAS Code: B84


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    Open days at Brunel University London

    There are a number of open days at Brunel University throughout the year. Open days are divided into applicant and pre-applicant days.

    There are also regular campus tours if you can’t attend the main events.

    How to find it:

    Address: Brunel University Kingston Lane Uxbridge UB8 3PH

    Telephone 01895 274000

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