We’ll support you to take your skills global and apply your learning in different international settings.
Studying Global Challenges at Brunel means you won’t just be limited to experiences in and around our London campus. This will be the starting point to a world of new opportunities, people and relationships that will give you a unique perspective on international studies.
Current students have spent their first year of study developing key skills through working on project briefs that have been developed in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The project focused on refugee and resettlement sites in Meheba and Mayukwayukwa, Zambia.
Also, each year through the College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences at Brunel, you’ll have opportunities for international trips to summer schools globally if you’re interested in travelling during your degree. In recent years these have included a Mandarin programme at Dalian University in China and a cultural immersion programme at Amity University in India. These international opportunities are great for your personal development, allowing you to meet people from all walks of life which closely reflects todays globalised world. You’ll be immersing yourself in history, politics, and economy of a new country which will help you build a strong network of contacts and international relations.
As speaking multiple languages is becoming increasingly invaluable in a competitive global market, we’ll also support and encourage you to begin or improve your skills in a second or third language which you can study for free on campus.
See the world from our London campus