We are committed to focusing our world-leading research on those areas in which we can integrate academic rigour with the needs of governments, industry and the not-for-profit sector, delivering creative solutions to global challenges and bringing economic, social and cultural benefit
Read how our work fits with the SDGs
As part of the Brunel 2030 Research Strategy we build on our strengths to enable us to pioneer world-leading research
Brunel has five Research Institutes that bring together academics from most of our research areas to collaboratively tackle very specific challenges to the world’s economy and society
This online seminar series is set within the context of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) and access to green spaces for systematically underrepresented minority communities.
Strategy on the page: What do I want my business to look like?
One Day Partnership Programmes are created with partner institutions to provide one day intensive training's to explore the best practice informed by frontier academic research and industrial insight.
Brunel Go for Growth are structured online Programmes to provide the business and management expertise for the local businesses to create upskilling strategies for growth.
Our research helps the United Nations work towards its Sustainable Development Goals
Organisations interested in our research can partner with us with confidence backed by an external and independent benchmark
We maximise the public benefit of our research by making it transparent, reproducible and freely available
Complete University Guide 2022
Including 13th largest income from Innovate UK and 33rd largest EPSRC portfolio
REF 2021 results confirm Brunel's position as a top 40 UK research-intensive university
Workshops, online training, coaching and events, to enable you to enhance your professional profile, refine your skills, and plan next career steps.
By being part of Athena SWAN, Brunel is committed to a progressive charter; adopting the Athena SWAN principles within our policies, practices, action plans and culture.
Research integrity in our practice, policy and procedures is one of our core values. We have adopted the Universities UK Concordat to support research integrity.
We have held the award since 2011 in recognition of our commitment to providing a supportive research environment for researchers.