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
Degree Outcomes Statement
In May 2019, UKSCQA, QAA, UUK and Guild HE jointly published a Statement of Intent, which reaffirmed their commitment to protecting the value of UK degrees. As part of the implementation of this Statement, these sector-representative bodies agreed that universities should, in 2019/20, publish evaluative Degree Outcomes Statements on their websites. Such documents should set out the results of an internal institutional review, provide clear assurance on how the value of their awards is protected, and demonstrate the institutions are meeting the expectations of the Quality Code and the Office for Students’ ongoing conditions of registration (B4 and B5).
Our Degree Outcomes Statement sets out information on our degree classification profile for the past five years, and includes the distribution of outcomes across different student groups. In addition, we have created an Assuring Standards diagram which demonstrates the rigour and robustness of our quality assurance mechanisms.
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 2020 - 21
Academic year 2019 - 20
Academic year 2018 - 19
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