Campus, facilities and transport
Brunel is located close to Heathrow Airport/Stockley Park and is a 20 minute walk from Uxbridge town centre/underground station. It's convenient for anyone working in the local area or travelling into London. Buses run into the centre of Uxbridge from the campus gates.
Parking is available for summer visitors but please note that certain parking restrictions will be in place during graduation week (11-15 July 2016). Parking is strictly controlled and all vehicles must be registered with the University and display an appropriate permit, which is available at a small charge. You'll need to apply for a parking permit to cover your stay on campus during the summer.
Car Parking Application for Summer Vacation Visitors (non Brunel students only)
Car Parking information for Brunel Registered Students - please contact the Student Centre for information.
You'll find a library, Sports Centre, bars, bank, shops, coffee shops and laundrettes on campus.
Current Brunel and LBIC students
We offer great value summer accommodation for students needing to live in the local area. Whether on a work placement, on holiday or looking for a short term let, we will try and find you suitable accommodation.
University Residences will be available from 2pm on Friday 10 June 2016 until 10am on Sunday 4 September 2016, for a minimum charge period of one week. All bookings require a payment of accommodation fees in advance to secure a room. Online applications will be available by April 2016. Besides your application and payment, Accommodation Services will require a student status letter/email from your University to confirm your status as a student.
Accommodation is self-catering and comprises of fully furnished single en suite bedrooms with shared kitchen facilities. A limited number of standard rooms with shared bathroom and kitchen facilities are also available.
For more information, see the halls of residence pages.
What you need to bring
Bed linen is provided and can be exchanged on a regular basis in the Residences Office. You'll need to bring your own cooking utensils such as pots, pans, cutlery and crockery. You'll also need to bring your own towels.
Before completing your online application, please register by choosing the "Non registered guests" option in the drop-down menu. You will only need to do this once during your stay with us.
- En suite room - visiting students £24 per night
- Summer period for visitors 2pm 10 June 2016 until 10am 4 September 2016
A minimum booking of one week will apply. Applications will be available online by April of each session.
Visiting staff and departmental visitors
Although we can't accommodate you on campus during term time due to demand from students, Brunel Commercial Services have a few rooms on campus, chargeable at conference rates.
Summer vacation accommodation
If you're a departmental visitor or a member of staff who has invited a visitor, or if you are a member of staff requiring accommodation yourself, Accommodation Services should be able to assist you.
Accommodation is available on campus between 2pm 10 June 2016 and 10am 4 September 2016. Accommodation Services will ask for evidence from your department that you are intending to visit/work at the University. Your department can contact us directly by email to confirm your status. This information is required before we can offer you a room.
|Summer period for visitors
||2pm 10 June 2016 until 10am 4 September 2016
|En suite room - staff and departmental visitors
||£29 per night
A minimum booking of one week will apply. All bookings require a payment of accommodation fees in advance to secure a room.
You'll need to complete an online application form (available from April) which can be completed by you or by the department on your behalf. Before completing your online application, please register by choosing the "Non registered guests" option in the drop-down menu.
What if I change my mind and want to stay longer?
For all summer lets, if you decide you would like to stay longer you can request a new contract. The minimum booking period/charge is one week and the maximum stay is until 10am 4 September 2016. The contract for your longer stay is treated as a new contract, therefore the minimum stay of one week re-applies. All bookings require a payment of accommodation fees in advance to secure a room. The latest to make a new booking is 7 days prior to the end of your existing contact. We will do our best to offer you the same room but this is not guaranteed.
All cancellations need to be put in writing by email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Your first weeks rent is non-refundable unless notice is given in writing seven days before the start of each new Licence Agreement.
If you choose to leave your summer contract early you can and you'll be refunded for any additional nights you have paid for. Keys have to be returned to your Residences Office before 10am Monday to Friday. When keys are returned after 10am you'll be charged additional accommodation fees at a nightly rate of:
- £40 for a standard room
- £45 for an en suite room
- £67 for a studio flat
The minimum stay of one week applies to each new contract. Please don't return keys to the Security Office or leave them with a friend. Please contact us closer to the time for the out of hours vacating procedure.