Brunel University London

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Anonymous

This univeristy is well respected and provides a plethora of opportunities for their students. I woukd highly recommend this univeristy for anyone studying sports or medical sciences, since it is the best for physio therapy

Anonymous

The union and facilities allow for a wide range of activities to participate in, making the most of the uni experience!

Anonymous

Very interesting course and thoroughly enjoy it and helps to have lots of academic support from lecturers that are willing to take the time out of their day to help you with any queries you have.

Anonymous

Really good uni with experienced lecturers and helpful staff. Big library, beautiful campus, overall satisfied :)

Anonymous

The only thing is, even though they have a lot of Muslim students they seem to refuse to make the subway on campus halal.

Anonymous

The campus is very good as it has a lot of essentials in close proximity of each other. However it doesn't have a wise variety of places to eat, it only has A subway and a costcutters. I also believe that the toilets for be cleaned more regularly as they always have dirt everywhere and it has a lingering small that gets into clothes

Anonymous

University is an opportunity that shapes you as a person. It is so much more than just getting a degree. University gives you life skills and really prepares you for adult life. I have never felt more of an adult that when I started university. You learn so much about yourself and what you want in life. And this isn't just related to your career. University also gives you a lot of responsibility; this is especially true when it comes to time management and money management. At university, you decide your experience; if you want to make the most of it the best way is to be open and take everything day by day. University is a great experience, however it is not for everyone. I would say if you have doubts about uni then it might not be for you. University takes up a lot of time and energy and you should only do it if you are 100% sure.

Anonymous

Overall my experience at brunel university has been quite positive, I have benefited greatly from the different resources available to us, namely the buddy programme! The facilities are quite modern and therefore make lectures fairly enjoyable.

Anonymous

I study Financial Mathematics BSc, the department's really great they provide a ton of support. It's straightforward and they explain everything. Campus as a whole is great! There's a lot of social spaces and to study. The student union is really professional, they are the students voice and the speak on behalf of us. There are a lot of sports going on, many societies to get yourself involved in. Most of all its beautiful to look at in the sunset and surrounding nature gives the campus it's beauty.

Anonymous

I am currently studying Economics and Management at Brunel. The campus is nice and has different buildings. If you'll be living on campus you have everything you'd need from shops to a bank. The facilities like the computers could certainly be improved.

Anonymous

Brunel is a great university. I was offered a place even though I did not meet the entry requirements. Whilst that may lead some people to believe that the university may not be the best then I think it's important to remember that being in a place where you feel wanted and safe and secure, a place where you want to engage and feel happy in may help you get a better degree then just going to a top university where you don't reach your full potential because you weren't nurtured properly. That is what Brunel offers. A place where you can grow to fulfill and surpass your potential, where you feel like you belong and that your wanted. A place where you not only want to make a difference but you do make difference because they allow you to.

Anonymous

Have not been here a few months, easy to find bulking on campus however the organisation of my course was a complete mess to begin with

Anonymous

A great university. Sports in particular are taken very seriously at Brunel and many opportunities for matches against other schools. The halls are very nice and a great place to make close friends. The only problem with halls is the constant fire alarms.

Anonymous

Campus is very homely and convienent. Basically everything is on campus. You rarely need to leave. My course is very good and hand on. Facilities are very easily accessible and there is always ways to find jobs on campus from a waitress in a restaurant on campus to a assistant in studies run by 3rd years

Anonymous

The campus is getting updated every year, It looks amazing now and its one of the London universities that has an actual university campus feeling. I study politics and my lecturers help you whenever you need them to, I got into a bit of trouble near the end and the student union, my lecturers were all understanding and helped me thoroughly. The advice team were so helpful.

Anonymous

The uni is pretty good, lectures provide reasonable lectures with most of them being recorded in case you miss them which is more regular than you’d hope. Facilities on campus are reasonable for food with subway serving til 3am other than weekends! Which are completely dead everyone goes home for the weekend and the costcutter and subway shut at 7 on Saturday and Sunday

Anonymous

Everything’s generally good. The people there are very friendly and the lecturers are keen to help everyone.

Anonymous

Overall, the university is really good, I really like that it's a campus and not just buildings dotted around Uxbridge. Everything is close together and there's plenty to do and get involved in. There's a lot of support you can get access too which is amazing. However, I find that my course could be better, in the sense that lecturers can make it more enjoyable and interesting rather than just reading from the board. I would like to get a lot more out of the course. But overall it's a great uni.

Anonymous

It may be hard to get in, but the support from tutors, mentors and professors will help you work hard to do your best.

Anonymous

Was an alright uni atmosphere wasn’t too bad dorms were clean lectures weren’t too bad so enjoyed my uni experience for this year. Next year see if it’s the same vibe .....................

Anonymous

My overall experience of Brunel was surprisingly good. I knew it was a good uni and the facilities for engineering were impressive when I first saw it. For my course (mechanical engineering) the lectures, lecturers and course content was easily accessible and everyone involved in the department were very helpful. The campus itself was a nice place to stay and the ease of of living on campus was a major influence on why I chose to go Brunel. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to experience uni life to the max in all aspects.

Anonymous

The campus has lots to offer with different societies, student union however could be improved, very minimal, small nightlife around th area

Anonymous

Nice staff. Nice people. Campus is good but far from London central. Had a great time overall during my studies.

Anonymous

Brunel university is perhaps the best uni in West London. It's got a really nice campus with various amenities on site. The lecture halls are quite spacious and the 24 hour library is a godsend. I've sent many night outs in the library working on my assignments. The various shops on campus close to library is also a great for late night snacks or a pint after work. The only issue I had with the uni was coursework feedback being delayed. Other than that the professors are really helpful and there ample resources and programs to help students learn.

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