Applying to university can be a daunting prospect. We’ve put together some useful information to make the application process as easy for you as possible.
Before you apply
Visit one of our undergraduate open days. These are a great way to get an understanding of life on campus and find out what you’ll be doing on your chosen course.
How to apply
All applications for full-time undergraduate courses must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
Our institution code is B84 BRUNL.
UCAS allows you to apply for up to five courses per year. If you wish to apply for more than one course with us, you’ll normally have to make a separate entry for each choice.
You’ll need to write a personal statement that explains why you want to do the courses you’ve applied for. See our top tips for your Personal Statement.
If you're an international applicant applying through one of our registered agents you may be applying to us directly through our online agent facility. Please note we can only consider direct online applications through agents if you have not applied through UCAS and will not apply through UCAS for this year of entry. To find a Brunel University London registered agent in your country please check our specific country pages.
Applications can be submitted to UCAS for entry in autumn the following year.
This is the UCAS deadline for the receipt of on-time applications for both Home/EU and International applicants.
This is the UCAS deadline for late applications.
Applications after the 30 June automatically go into Clearing, but are considered at our discretion once all on-time applications have been considered. You can apply through Clearing if you didn't receive any offers (or none you wanted to accept) or didn't meet the conditions of your offers.
Applying for part-time degree courses
Some of our courses are available by part-time study. Applications will need to be made online directly to us. Please use our course finder to locate the course web page you’re looking to apply to, and then navigate to the ‘Apply Part-Time’ link on the right hand side of the course page.
Applying for Erasmus courses
If you wish to spend time at our University as part of Erasmus from your home university, please read our Erasmus webpages for information on our Erasmus courses and how to apply.
Applicants employed in industry
If you’re employed in industry, and hope to be sponsored by your employer to study on a course listed on the UCAS website, you must apply through UCAS in the normal way. If, however you wish to apply to us only, you or your employer may want to contact us directly in the first instance before submitting your UCAS form.
Applying for second year entry
If you’re interested in applying for direct entry into the second year of a course, please contact us directly to discuss whether it will be possible and your specific requirements if applicable. Typically, applicants will be required to meet the first year entry criteria.
Transferring is where an applicant who is already studying at another University wishes to leave that institution and come to Brunel to join a programme similar to what they are already doing. The University’s policy on transferring, including students transferring out of Brunel and between Brunel programmes, can be found here.
Applicants who are under 18
In accordance with our Admissions Policy, we’re happy to welcome students who are over 16 but under 18. For more information please visit our applicants who are under 18 page.
We welcome applications from mature students. For more information please visit our mature students page.
Students with disabilities
We welcome applications from disabled people and those with specific learning difficulties. It is helpful to us if, when completing your UCAS form, you disclose information about your disability so we can discuss and plan with you the appropriate support, safety and facilities you may require. We can also discuss any safety issues, particularly those associated with laboratory-based activities, should you come and study here. For more information, please see Disability and Dyslexia Service.