Brunel University London has an increasing international reputation for its high quality teaching in a highly conducive learning environment. Brunel University London occupies a single site campus which provides 4,600 student accommodation units and sports playing fields alongside all its teaching, educational, research and recreational facilities. Furthermore all the cultural and social activities that London has to offer are readily accessible by tube.
The University attracts around 20% to 25% of all its students from countries across the world. To attract these high quality, mobile students Brunel University ensures that its fee levels are competitive with other international institutions that offer comparable high quality courses. The majority of tuition fees are set in three bands – currently £14,400, £15,750 and £17,500 – and the annual fees are reviewed each year and published on the website.
For residents of countries in the UK and the EU, the British government offers student loans to undergraduate students and contribute to the scholarships and bursaries awarded to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. In exchange, the undergraduate tuition fees are limited to £9,250 per year for all UK and EU citizens for the 2017/18 academic year. The British government also provides grant funding for high cost subjects and for research.