Brunel University

Brunel University London is a public research university located in Uxbridge, London, United Kingdom

Brunel College of Advanced Technology was awarded its Royal Charter in 1966, becoming Brunel University. Named after I. K. Brunel, the university has sought to emulate the great engineer's energy, creativity and practicality.

College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences

College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences

College of Health and Life Sciences

Institute of Energy Futures

Institute of Environment, Health and Societies

Institute of Materials and Manufacturing

The Library, open 24/7 during term-time, includes:
• an extensive collection of books, journals and audiovisual materials, online databases, over 150,000 eBooks and over 36,000 eJournals
• 1,200 study spaces and 500 PCs in a range of environments including group study rooms and silent study areas
• LibSmart, a dedicated study skills support package including induction sessions, information skills workshops, drop-ins and one-to-one support and online guides; Subject Liaison Librarians to help you access and use relevant resources
• Wi-Fi.

The Computer Centre and Media Services provides access to facilities including:
• PC workstations, many of which are open around the clock
• a prepay print/scan/copy service
• the university’s virtual learning environment
• an audiovisual and media equipment loan service Brunel Educational Excellence Centre (BEEC) provides students with opportunities to enhance their learning:
• ASK, the academic skills support team, provides one-to-one and workshop training and development for students seeking to improve their academic writing, critical thinking, numeracy and statistics skills.
• IPLC offers Academic English support for non-native English speakers.