Brunel University London: An Exempt Charity
Facts, figures and key university information
The university’s legal name is "Brunel University London”. The words ”Brunel University” and "Brunel University London" are registered trade-marks and “Brunel University London” is its brand identity.
The correspondence address for Brunel University London is:
Brunel University London
The university’s casualty (employers’ liability and public liability) insurers are Zurich Municipal and our policy is number NHE-01CA29-0013. Zurich’s portal ID is C00108, and postal address is Zurich Municipal, Education Team, 3rd Floor, PO Box 568, 1 East Parade, Leeds, LS1 2AA
Governance and Constitution
Brunel University London exists by virtue of a Royal Charter first granted in 1966. Its governing body is called the Council and comprises a mix of independent members, staff and students of our university. The University is an exempt charity as defined by the Charities Act 2011.
The Council appoints the Vice-Chancellor and other senior officers. Its powers, duties and functions are set out in full in the Charter. Council has established a range of Committees to carry out its work.
The academic governing body of the University is the Senate, which is chaired by the Vice-Chancellor. Senate's powers, duties and functions are set out in the Ordinances, and it has established a number of Committees to assist it in its work.
Information about our council members
Trade Union Facility Time (Publication Requirements) Regulations
Facility Time Report 2017-18
Facts and figures
You can find the yearly breakdown of our facts and figures in the PDF documents below.
This information includes:
- student numbers
- application numbers
- employment statistics
- income and expenditure
- research income
- staff numbers
- ethnicity breakdown
Academic year 2017 - 18
Academic year 2016 - 17
Academic year 2015 - 16
Academic year 2014 - 15
Academic year 2013 - 14
Academic year 2012 - 13
Academic year 2011 - 12
Academic year 2010 - 11
Academic year 2009 - 10