Brunel University London is a campus-based university situated in Uxbridge, West London, and is home to nearly 15,000 students from over 100 countries worldwide. Founded in 1966, our distinctive mission is to combine teaching and research excellence with the practical and entrepreneurial approach pioneered by its namesake, Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
We place great value on the usefulness of our research, which improves our understanding of the world around us and informs up‑to‑the‑minute teaching. Research is responsible for much of our collaborative work with business, industry and the public sector, providing opportunities for work experience, and demonstrate our commitment to producing professionally-minded graduates that employers want to recruit.
The following list outlines how much the average student can expect to spend per term while studying at Brunel (calculations are based on a 12-week term).
- Accommodation – £1500
-(based on a couple sharing) Bills (off campus) – Gas £120 per term/Electric £120 per term/TV Licence £37 per term/Water £30 per term / Telephone & Internet £120 per term
- Phone (Mobile) £90 to £100 per term
- Food & Groceries £ 330.00 per term
- Travel (variable) Tube Zones 1-6 with student travel card is £ 40.00 per week
- Bus Pass £14.10 per week
- Books/Equipment (depends upon Course undertaken – Schools may be able to provide more exact details – for Access to Learning Fund
- Purposes we allow up to £600 per academic year
- Clothing/Other Shopping £200 - £300 per quarter
- Entertainment £360
Every student is different, and you should calculate your own budget based on your personal circumstances. You can find a useful cost-of-living calculator on the UCAS website.
Brunel's halls of residence are all on campus, meaning you are only minutes away from the teaching, sporting and social facilities. Each hall is unique in both character and design, but all provide a warm welcome.
The Brunel campus provides self-catering accommodation for approximately 4530 students in 33 halls of residence, which include 113 studio flats for co-habiting couples. You can discover more about the halls under our Residences section.
Types of rooms we offer
En suite: single room with private bath/shower facilities
Studio flat: room for co-habiting couples with private kitchen and shower facilities.
Hall: Isambard Complex
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