Brunel University welcomes applications from mature students, and we pride ourselves on the diversity of our student population.
Advice and support
Particularly if you have worked for a number of years prior to coming to university, you may find that becoming an undergraduate throws up a lot of questions. At Brunel, we try to help you adjust to living and working here, whatever your background.
There are many helping hands to give you guidance on academic, personal, financial or health matters - browse Life at Brunel to find out about our student support services, as well as more information on the campus and its facilities.
A great local choice
Brunel is one of the very few campus-based universities located within the M25. This means that the majority of your needs are catered for on-site, including the Library and Computer Centre, academic and teaching buildings, welfare services, catering and social facilities and even the halls of residence, if you are living in campus accommodation.
Flexible entry requirements
Applicants with non-standard qualifications will be considered on the basis of their general education and experience. Read the University's full entry requirements for more details.