Brunel University London welcomes students from more than 110 countries, giving students the opportunity to live and study as part of a diverse, international community. The university also offers lots of opportunities to study or work abroad, allowing students to develop new skills, meet new people and experience different cultures.

Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF)

TEF Silver is awarded to institutions that deliver high-quality teaching, learning and outcomes for their students, and consistently exceed "rigorous national quality requirements" for higher education in the UK. Find out more about TEF.

International Student Statistics

3,970 international students in 2016–17

Welcome Arrangements

  • International students benefit from a range of services including pre-departure and arrival information, a meet and greet service at London Heathrow Airport, a tailor-made orientation programme, and support from Brunel’s immigration team.

English Language Requirements

  • The university recognises a range of qualifications.
  • In general, courses require an English level of between IELTS 6.0 and 7.0 or equivalent.
  • If a student's level of English does not meet the entry requirements for a particular course, they will be offered the chance to attend an English language course run by Brunel Language Centre.

Accommodation for International Students

  • University accommodation is guaranteed to first-year international students meeting the conditions of course entry and who apply by the relevant deadline.

International Tuition Fees

The following are the typical annual course fees for overseas students submitted to us by the university (Reddin Survey of University Tuition Fees 2018–2019). Always confirm individual course fees with the university.

Type of Course Undergraduate (£) Taught Postgraduate (£)
Classroom 14,800 14,800
Mixed 16,200 16,200
Laboratory 18,000 18,000
Clinical 16,200 -
Teaching takes place in a classroom or ordinary lecture theatre. Subjects with classroom teaching might include history, maths and philosophy.
Subjects taught in classrooms and laboratories, such as languages.
Much of the teaching may take place in a laboratory and includes biology, chemistry and physics.
Clinical subjects can include dentistry, medicine and veterinary medicine.