University Location:

Middlesex, London, UK

University Type:

Public University

Year Established:


Basic Overview:

Established in 1966Brunel University London is located in West London’s Uxbridge town. It is a public research university that was named after Isambard Kingdom Brunel, a Victorian engineer. In August 2014, the university was organized into three major research institutes and three colleges after which the official name became Brunel University London.

Brunel University London campus has several academic buildings as well as accommodations. The academic buildings include Elliott Jaques which houses Brunel Law School, Joseph Lowe which is the Civil Engineering Research Centre, the Lecture Centre, Heinz Wolff with facilities, and offices for College of Health and Life Sciences, and many others. Mary Seacole Building houses the gym, practice rooms, resource room, and other modern facilities for the benefit of students. There is also a Brunel Student Lettings service that helps students find accommodations near campus. Uxbridge is a suburban town and metropolitan district that has several theatres, restaurants, and clubs for the entertainment of the youth.

University at a glance

% International Students:

27 %

Total International Students:


Male/Female Ratio:

1 : 0.85

UG/PG Course Ratio:

1 : 1.41

Endowments Value:

Pound 2 Million

No. of Campuses:


Yearly Hostel & Meals Expense:

INR 6.3 Lakh

International Students Website:

World University Ranking – QS 2021


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