Brunel's halls of residence are all on campus, meaning you are only minutes away from the teaching, sporting and social facilities.
We provide self-catering accommodation for approximately 4546 students in 33 halls of residence, which include 120 studios/ flats suitable for co-habiting couples.
Everyone has different priorities, so we offer a choice of en suite, standard and studio residences.
Rooms are available on campus for undergraduates, postgraduates, disabled students and co-habiting couples.
You must make sure you have arranged somewhere to live or at least have temporary accommodation before leaving home otherwise you run the risk of arriving at Brunel with nowhere to live.
The Accommodation Centre will give you every assistance to find suitable accommodation either in the University residences or locally, off campus.
If you need to apply for a visa, ensure you allow sufficient time for the British Embassy to process your application. Late arrival in the UK might mean you lose your room on campus.
UUK Code of Practice
Brunel University London is signed up to the UUK Code of Practice. The Code outlines best practice and provides benchmarks for the management and quality of student housing in the Higher Education sector. A full version of the UUK Code of Practice is available to download from the Universities UK website.