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We offer a range of events and resources to assist students on their journeys into a career in STEM.

Upcoming events

Year 12 STEM Summer School - Tuesday, 5 July to Friday, 8 July 2022

Brunel University London are delighted to be hosting our very popular STEM Year 12 Summer School.  This year students will take part in STEM related subject workshops.  Student will be able to engage with the following workshops;

  • Computer Science - Artificial intelligence, Social Media
  • Department of Design – A workshop in Design
  • Civil Engineering- Bridge Building
  • Maths
  • Research
  • Tours of our Biosciences Labs
  • Electrical Engineering- working with Robotic Mindstorms
  • How to manage when at University, finances and being an Adult
  • Experience our Immersive Dome

STEM at Brunel

Brunel is proud of its state-of-the-art STEM Centre designed to inspire school and college pupils to consider a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths related subjects.  We run a range of fun, interactive and educational STEM events to help students understand and envisage careers in STEM related subjects.

Presentations and workshops

Our experienced and friendly team run a range of presentations and workshops to inspire your students and guide them through the decision making process. Sessions are individually tailored to each age group, typically lasting for 30 minutes, and workshops for around 1-hour. Popular topics include 'Choosing your GCSE’s' and 'What is university?

Widening Access

Our Widening Access team are happy to arrange a University familiarisation day, either coming into your school or arranging a tour of our vibrant international campus.

Parents' evenings

Parents and carers are a main source of support for many students applying to university. Our knowledgeable team regularly attend parents' evenings to talk about the latest updates on applying to university and student finance, or we can tailor a session especially for your event.

I really liked being able to code robots, the tour of the university and the chocolate workshop.
Harefield Academy pupil