The strong research ethos at Brunel, for which we have become well-known, directly influences our postgraduate courses, both in terms of teaching quality and relevance of research programmes. Such a focus on research ensures that content is always current and remains as up-to-date as possible.
At the last Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 82% of our staff were judged to be conducting research of international standing, so you can be sure you will be taught by a leader in your respective field, regardless of which postgraduate course you select.
Postgraduate courses at Brunel presents a world of opportunity, with over 100 different specialist courses available. The flexibility we offer includes full-time and part-time study, as well as e-learning for long distance learners.
Brunel awards postgraduate degrees in Master of Law, Master of Arts, Master of Business Administration, Master of Research and Master of Science.
Opting for postgraduate study at Brunel opens up the opportunity to access an extensive range of state-of-the-art academic facilities. With impressive lecture theatres, first-class computing technology and a library with over half a million books among other resources, Brunel offers postgraduate study facilities like no other London university.
Brunel University has a well-founded reputation as a leader in research, consistently offering “research and enterprise for the benefit of individual and society” since 1966 when the University opened. Our research spans a variety of major fields from education and cancer genetics to macroeconomics and random systems, as well as the more recent additions of performing arts and journalism. This is what makes Brunel such an excellent choice for a research based postgraduate course.
We are proud holders of an Excellence in Research award for our commitment to supporting researchers, and have also been awarded an Athena SWAN Bronze Award for our efforts to promote the equal representation of women in science-related subjects.