A range of new cafes and restaurants will open at Brunel this autumn to complement a campus named one of the greenest in the UK.
This summer, the University became one of only 20 in the UK to have received a Green Flag award, meaning it has the highest possible environmental standards and best facilities, while also being beautifully maintained all year round.
Meanwhile, the campus food and drink outlets are all seeing a facelift in time for the new academic year, with the introduction of the Taste Kingdom brand delivering food from around the world.
From Broosters chicken restaurant to The Junction – the University’s central canteen and social space – our outlets are the perfect location for a quick takeaway or a meal with friends.
Brunel is also home to some of the best university sports facilities in the UK, all bookable by students, staff and the public. Our outdoor and indoor running tracks, 300-seater hall, gym and playing fields regularly attract some of sport’s biggest names, from Usain Bolt to Yohan Blake.
Track and field athletes competing in this year’s Invictus Games arrived at Brunel’s fully-accessible facilities in June for a training camp, encouraged across two days of sessions by Olympic sprinter Linford Christie and, among other coaches, Nigerian champion sprinter and Brunel student Theodore Zake.
And this year Brunel was named one of the world’s most international universities in the global league tables – that’s down to students, researchers and lecturers from more than 110 different countries, creating a vibrant community in which to live and learn.
Take our virtual campus tour to begin your Brunel journey, or find out more on our Why Brunel? page.
Sarah Cox, Media Relations