In 2016, Brunel celebrates 50 years as a university. However, our history can be traced back much further to 1798 through our predecessor colleges of Borough Road College, Maria Grey College, Shoreditch College and the West London Institute of Higher Education and as well as through Acton Technical College then Brunel College. Our rise since 1966 has been impressive and our reputation grows year on year. Now a university of 12,746 students – 3,309 students engaged in postgraduate and research study – our special approach is to combine academic rigour with the practical, entrepreneurial and imaginative approach pioneered by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

Brunel University London is responsible for the academic standards and quality of the education that it provides which is consistent with the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (FHEQ), an important national reference point for providers of UK university degrees

Senate Regulations constitute the University’s regulatory framework within which standards are defined and assured.

The University’s processes and procedures to assure the quality of learning and teaching and the standards of the awards it confers are also aligned with the UK Quality Code for Higher Education, published by the Quality Assurance Agency, which sets out national expectations that all providers of UK higher education are required to meet.

Foundation Programme

Students following the local education system are normally expected to attend the foundation year.
Academic Requirements of Al-Thanawiya: 80% min
English Language Requirement: 6.0 with min of 5.5 in each

Undergraduate Course

  • Management
    • A Level : AAB – BBB
    • IB : 33 Points
    • CBSE/ICSE : 75% Min
    • IELTS: 6.5
  • Engineering
    • A Level : AAB
    • IB : 34 Points
    • CBSE/ICSE : 75% Min
    • IELTS : 6.0
    • Subjects : Maths, Relevant Science
  • Law
    • A Level: ABB
    • IB: 33 Points
    • CBSE/ICSE: 75% Min
    • IELTS: 6.5

Postgraduate Programme

Bachelors (Honours) degree with good grades from a recognized university.
Work experience is required for some courses.
Bachelors Degree from a recognized university.


  • International Foundation
  • £13,400
  • Undergraduate Courses
  • Law, Arts, Education, Social Sciences
  • £14,100
  • Business, Psychology, communication and Media Studies
  • £15,400
  • Engineering & Design, Health Sciences
  • £17,200

Postgraduate Courses

  • Business, Maths, Psychology, History, Law, Arts, Education
  • £15,400
  • Engineering & Design, Information Systems and Computing
  • Finance & Economics, Health, Sports Science
  • £17,200
  • MBA
  • £21,000

Cost of living

These amounts are set by UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) for Brunel University as follows:
Remaining course fees plus £1,265 to cover living costs for each calendar month of the course
9 * 1265 = £11,385

NOTE: The fees may vary as per courses. Please visit the university website for complete listing and further details.

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