As an international student, I felt right at home when I enrolled at Brunel. The multicultural society allows international students to comfortably integrate. Being a campus based university, and well connected to central London, Brunel provides the best of both worlds.
Lecturers and personal tutors are always ready to meet students to talk about academic related problems and are more than happy to provide their assistance.
Apart from academic support, the university's Advice and Representation Centre provides great support to students who are facing problems ranging from accommodation to health. All of these facilities made me feel more at home and helped me make the most of my time here at Brunel.
I am extremely keen on undertaking a placement year and highly recommend it to any potential students as it gives you the opportunity to gain professional experience as well as a chance to greatly increase your employability after graduation.
I also work for the Union of Brunel Students as the School links Officer for the School of Health Sciences and Social Care. This role has given me the opportunity to meet and interact with key staff and get myself known within the university community. Becoming the Links Officer for the entire school has enabled me to demonstrate my administration, responsibility and leadership skills to my potential employers and cohorts.
I am proud to be a student of Brunel, proud to be an employee of the Union of Brunel Students and proud to say that Brunel has allowed me to flourish and perform to my maximum potential.