There are eight sections in total. Each section contains:
You can go through each section at a time or just take a look at the ones you’re most interested in.
Leading academic Ace Simpson will explore issues and controversies relating to organisational behaviour, to help develop your awareness of people management issues.
Dr Claudia Prieto Piastro explores different reading strategies and introduces literary genres to help improve your academic writing skills, by reviving your love for books.
Wondering whether to live in halls or off campus? Worried about commuting? Find out more about living at university.
Professor William Leahy presents Romeo & Juliet: star cross'd lovers or disobedient children? This lecture will be of interest to students of English and Creative Writing
Join Dr Claudia Prieto Piastro for a session on developing as a critical reader. This session will cover the key skills that will help you to engage critically with academic readings
Find out everything you need to know about university finance, from applying for loans to tips on budgeting
Join Professor Costas Karageorghis' session on The Psychological and Ergogenic Effects of Music in Exercise and Sport. This session covers the theory and scientific research that underlies music applications in exercise and sport.
Discover more about life at Brunel including how to make friends, join societies, participate in social activities and much more.
Debbie Chay delivers a lecture on Criminal and Civil Justice. The same yet different - A man acquitted of rape is ordered by the court to pay £25,000 in compensation to his victim. Does that make any sense to you?
This session will teach you all there is to know about writing different essay types successfully.
Find out more about our Students' Union - who are they and what can they offer?
Brunel engineers have the potential to change the world. Join us for a sample lecture in Engineering delivered by Professor Diane Mynors.
Having a strong argument is key for getting those high grades you want. This session will explain how to do this, step by step.
This is your opportunity to find out everything you need to know about working and volunteering while you study.
Join Dr Ronan McCarthy with 'Understanding Bacterial Infection'. A lecture exploring how bacterial pathogens can camouflage themselves to hide from the host immune system. This lecture will be of interest to students of Biosciences.
In this session we will work on improving your presentations skills; from your voice to how to prepare, we will teach you everything you need to successfully complete your assessments. Also how to design a Power Point presentation.
Find out everything you need to know about the many clubs and societies available at Brunel.
Join Justin Fisher for a lecture in Politics and History, looking at the ‘Electoral Change in Britain’.
Prepare for online and in-class learning. This session will discuss principles of online teaching and learning, how to make the most of the digital resources available to you, and prepare you for the transition into in-class learning.
Join our session on health and wellbeing, hosted by Brunel's support service.
Psychology lecturer Ignazio Puzzo delivers a lecture on mental illness, personality disorders and offending behaviour.
Join Dr Claudia Prieto Piastro for a session on becoming an independent learner. She will focus on time management and research skills, from how to use the library to how to timetable the hours you will need to write and proofread your essay.
Learn about the Clearing and adjustment process and what to expect on welcome week.
Information about sample lecture questions and reading lists
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