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Brunel University Brunel University Brunel

Address: Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 3PH

Description Brunel University Brunel University Brunel

The University of Brunel is one of the youngest universities in the United Kingdom . Founded in 1966, it is actively developing as an educational institution and research center. At Brunel University today, more than 15.5 thousand students study. 24% of the contingent consists of foreigners. Intercultural environment of the university is formed by representatives of more than 80 countries.

The University is located in the suburbs of London. From the campus close to the metropolitan entertainment, commercial infrastructure. At the same time the university is in a fairly quiet place, where nothing distracts students from studying. The university has 10 research institutes and 8 faculties. Technical support of both is considered one of the best in Britain.

The University is a multidisciplinary educational institution. Of international importance are the achievements of his scientists in the field of sports medicine, oncology, ecology, electronic music, material processing (in the industrial sector).

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Brunel University Brunel University Brunel

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Short information. The programs of the first higher education, calculated on 3 (without internship) and 4 (with internship) of the year.

About the program. Bachelor programs are offered in 8 university schools. They are focused on the training of qualified specialists in the following areas:

  • education and sport;
  • social sciences;
  • law; [999.19 ]
  • health, medical sciences;
  • mathematics, computer science, information systems;
  • design, engineering science;
  • art;
  • business.

The programs provide for the study of theory, practical training Specialists. Courses with laboratory practice and internship also include profile training directly at the workplace.

Students age: 18+

Start dates: September / October.

Requirements For enrollment: school certificate / A-level or IB, Foundation (not lower than B) IELTS from 6.0 (TOEFL from 79), BrunELT test 60-70%, PTE 51-66.

The result of the training: a diploma, which is quoted all over the world, a demanded specialty, prospects for professional and academic development abroad.

The cost: of 12,000 GBP per year.

Short information. A one-year postgraduate program of profile training, distinguished by a narrow specialization.

About the program. Master's programs are available in all 8 university schools. The strongest areas are business, information technology, pedagogy, social sciences, economics, law. Each course provides theoretical preparation of students in the university, self-training (development of projects, programs, techniques, etc.), internship / laboratory practice.

Students' age: 21+

Start dates: September / October.

Requirements for admission: Bachelor's degree (specialist), work experience, additional qualifications (preferably), IELTS 6.0 (TOEFL no less than 79), PTE 51 -66, test BrunELT 60-70%, resume, motivation letter.

The result of study: master's degree, experience of research activity, competitive advantages in the labor market for candidates with bachelor's degrees.

Cost: 12,000 GBP per year.

Program Undergraduate Pathway (International Year One).

1. Age of participants: from 18 years old

2. Duration of the programs: 2 semesters

3. Classes start: January, May, September

4. Level of education: high school diploma / certificate of post-school education / bachelor's degree

5. Knowledge of English:

  • for directions Business and Management, Economics and Finance, Business computing / Computer Science: IELTS 5.5 (not lower than 5.5 in all sections) or Pearson 51 (Listening 51, Reading 51, Speaking 51, Writing 51) or GCSE / IGCSE English Language C or IB Standard Level 4
  • for directions Engineering and Law: IELTS 6.0 (not lower than 5.5 for all indicators) or Pearson 51 (Listening 51, Reading 51, Speaking 51, Writing 51) or IGCSE English Language C or IB Standard Level 5 or HL 4.

The programs are designed specifically for foreign students who plan to enter the University of Brunel on the bachelor's degree. To participate in the program, you must have a diploma of graduation and a certain level of knowledge of English. The program lasts 2 semesters, and, in fact, is identical to the first year of study in the relevant bachelor's specialties. Training is conducted in several areas:

  • Business and Management (Business and Management)
  • Economics and Finance (Economics and Finance)
  • Business computing / Computer science (Business Computing / Computer Science)
  • Engineering
  • The right (Law).

The process of education includes disciplines on the development of academic skills for university education, the development of personal skills and communication skills and the body of subject disciplines that correspond to the direction of education. During the training, students listen to lectures, participate in seminars, independent and group work, special classes. To monitor and verify the progress of students perform various tests, including exams (invisible and ordinary), tests, presentations, coursework. Much attention is paid to the process of adapting students to the university education system and the way of life in Britain.

After successful completion of the program, students enter the second year of the Bachelor's degree at the University of Brunel in the chosen specialty.

Directions of education (training programs, available bachelor's programs, career prospects).

Directions: Business and Management, Economics and Finance, Business Computing / Computer Science.

  • Duration: 2 semesters
  • Beginning of classes: January, May, September.

Training program:

1. Semester modules 1:

  • Interactive learning and communication skills. The module is devoted to the development of effective teaching skills at the university. Students learn methods and strategies that help maintain and improve the learning process
  • Principles of ICT (information and communication technologies). Basic principles and possibilities of ICT for business, management and computing sciences
  • Management. Themes of the module: the concepts of management and the foundations of management processes, the principles of organizational management and the application of motivational concepts in the management processes in the workplace
  • Business Mathematics / Mathematics in Economics and Finance (for Business and Management, Economics and Finance). The module gives the basic general provisions of mathematics in relation to situations in real life in the areas of business and finance, problems and solutions
  • Mathematics (for the direction "Business computing / Computer Science"). General course of mathematics with reference to computational science and computer knowledge

2. Semester modules 2:

  • Principles of Accounting. Students receive basic knowledge about accounting and its principles, objects and purposes. At the end of the module, each student demonstrates the ability to distinguish and conduct various accounting-related operations, as well as prepare reports and adjust them
  • Economy. Themes of the module: the fundamentals of microeconomics and the model of supply and demand, the fundamentals of macroeconomics and the principles of international trade
  • Statistics. The module is devoted to the study of the basic concepts of statistics and their use in business modeling and analysis of the quality of business processes in business
  • Marketing. Themes of the module: concepts and ideas of marketing, marketing environment, processes of interaction of management by human resources and marketing.

Direction "Business and Management" (Business and Management).

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Business and Management (BSc (Hons) Business and Management)
  • Business and management (accounting) (BSc (Hons) Business and Management (Accounting))
  • Business and management (in marketing) (BSc (Hons) Business and Management (Marketing))
  • International Business (BSc (Hons) International Business).

Career prospects:

  • Advertising
  • Audit
  • Trademark management
  • Marketing
  • Management Consulting
  • Sales.

Direction "Economics and Finance" (Economics and Finance).

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Economics (BSc (Hons) Economics)
  • Economics and Business Finance (BSc (Hons) Economics and Business Finance)
  • Finance and Accounting (BSc (Hons) Finance and Accounting).

Career prospects:

  • Audit and provision
  • Commercial banking
  • Corporate Finance
  • Credit control
  • Economic Studies
  • The financial analysis
  • Financial planning
  • Financial planning
  • Forensic Finance Examination
  • Insurance
  • Investment activity of banks
  • Management Accounting
  • Money management
  • The property
  • Stock items
  • Taxation.

Direction "Business computing / Computer science" (Business Computing / Computer Science).

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Business computing (BSc (Hons) Business Computing)
  • Business computing (e-business) (BSc (Hons) Business Computing (eBusiness))
  • Business computing (human-computer interaction) (BSc (Hons) Business Computing (Human Comp. Interaction))
  • Business computing (social media) (BSc (Hons) Business Computing (Social Media))
  • Computer Science (BSc (Hons) Computer Science)
  • Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) (BSc (Hons) Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence))
  • Computer Science (Digital Media and Games) (BSc (Hons) Computer Science (Digital Media and Games))
  • Computer Science (Network Computing) (BSc (Hons) Computer Science (Network Computing))
  • Computer Science (BSc (Hons) Computer Science (Software Engineering)).

Career prospects:

  • Business analysis
  • Programming Games
  • Internet Security
  • Network Administration
  • Network analysis
  • Network management
  • Software Development
  • Software Support
  • System administration.

Direction "Engineering".

  • Duration: 2 semesters
  • Beginning of classes: January, September

Training program:

1. Semester modules 1:

  • Interactive learning and communication skills. The module is devoted to the study of effective skills required for the learning process at the university
  • Mathematics for engineers (level 1). Introductory course of mathematics with an explanation of the basic concepts and the basics of applying mathematics for engineering specialties
  • Physics for engineers (level 1). Themes of the module: the fundamentals of physics and physical laws
  • Engineering concepts (the module continues in Semester 2). This module gives students the opportunity to explore the selected product or service from the engineering field, using a variety of tools and techniques. In the first semester, the module gives students theoretical concepts of civil, electronic, electrical and engineering engineering
  • ICT and programming methods (the module continues in Semester 2). In the first semester, the module is devoted to the study of software and information and communication technologies in the engineering sciences

2. Semester modules 2:

  • Mathematics for engineers (2nd level). Themes of the module: the basic theory of numbers, numerical methods related to the basic theory of numbers, Cartesian coordinates, indices, logarithms, polynomial equations, quadratic equations, simultaneous equations, sequences, geometric progressions, differentiations and integrations
  • Physics for Engineers (2nd level). The module is devoted to the study of the basic laws of physics in their relationship with technology, engineering and the environment
  • Engineering concepts. In the second semester the module is devoted to the main concepts, and each student prepares an individual report on a specific project
  • ICT and programming methods. The module program in the second semester introduces students to the main programming language and requires students to write a simple evaluation program to the end of the module
  • Problem solving, Creative thinking and Analytical skills. The purpose of this module is to develop understanding and skills of applying a variety of research methods related to the engineering profession. The module program develops the students' ability to solve problems, critically assess situations, creatively and innovatively think.

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Development of computer systems (BEng (Hons) Computer Systems Engineering)
  • Electronic and Communication Engineering (BEng (Hons) Electronic and Communications Engineering)
  • Electronic and Computer Engineering (BEng (Hons) Electronic and Computer Engineering)
  • Electronic and Electrical Engineering (BEng (Hons) Electronic and Electrical Engineering)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering)
  • Engineering with Aeronautics (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering with Aeronautics)
  • Mechanical Engineering and Automotive Design (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering with Automotive Design)
  • Mechanical engineering and construction services (BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering with Building Services)
  • Mechanical and Energy Engineering (BEng (Hons) Mechanical and Energy Engineering)
  • Civil Engineering (BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering)
  • Civil construction and sustainability (BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering with Sustainability).

Career prospects:

  • Production
  • Service and engineering
  • Project management and consulting
  • Aviation and Avionics
  • Automotive Design and Manufacturing
  • Engineering of construction services
  • Innovative materials
  • Geotechnical research
  • Electronics
  • Gas and water supply
  • Oil production in the North Sea
  • Extraction and processing of minerals
  • Nuclear energy
  • Insurance
  • Patent Engineering
  • Financial consulting
  • Armed forces
  • National Health Service.

The direction of "Law".

  • Duration: 2 semesters
  • Beginning of classes: January, September.

Training program:

1. Semester modules 1:

  • Interactive learning and communication skills. Studying the methods and strategies that make the education process in the university effective
  • Principles of ICT. The module examines the main provisions of information and communication technologies, their role in the activities of organizations and individual issues and problems related to the functioning of ICT in the modern world
  • Legal basis. The module examines the corpus of legal norms in force in Britain. It provides a definition of the main classifications and sources of law and a detailed study of the dual system of law that operates in England and Wales
  • Legal ethics and skills. The module provides students with the knowledge and skills to use the academic databases and journals necessary to support academic learning on specific modules

2. Semester modules 2:

  • Critical analysis and writing skills. The module focuses on two topics: the study of tools to critically analyze academic arguments, as well as the development of the skills and knowledge necessary for mastering effective academic writing skills
  • Management. The module examines the concepts of management and the fundamentals of management processes, as well as the principles of organization of management in the company and motivational techniques
  • Introduction to the right of civil obligations. The module gives an idea of ​​the main elements of civil obligations and some legal processes in England and Wales. The systems "law of Contract" and "law of Tort" are being studied
  • Criminal responsibility and process. The module examines the principles and strategies for criminal recognition of certain types of behavior and analysis of the approaches that are used for this.

Bachelor's programs available after the referral:

  • Law (LLB (Hons) Law)
  • Law and professional placement (LLB (Hons) Law with Professional Placement)
  • Law and Criminal Justice (LLB (Hons) Law with Criminal Justice)
  • Law and Criminal Justice (Professional Placement) (LLB (Hons) Law with Criminal Justice (Professional Placement))
  • Law and International Arbitration and Commercial Law (LLB (Hons) Law with International Arbitration and Commercial Law)
  • Law and International Arbitration and Commercial Law (Professional Placement) LLB (Hons) Law with International Arbitration and Commercial Law (Professional Placement).

Career prospects:

  • Lawyer
  • Court clerk
  • The Legal Counsel
  • Legal adviser (paralegal).

Entry requirements:

1. Age: from 18 years old

2. Diploma of graduation with good grades / certificate of post-school education / bachelor's degree

3. Knowledge of English for Business and Management, Economics and Finance, Business Intelligence / Computer Science: IELTS 5.5 (not lower than 5.5 for all sections) or Pearson 51 (Listening 51, Reading 51, Speaking 51, Writing 51) or GCSE / IGCSE English Language C or IB Standard Level 4

4. Knowledge of English for Engineering and Law directions: IELTS 6.0 (at least 5.5 for all indicators) or Pearson 51 (Listening 51, Reading 51, Speaking 51, Writing 51) or IGCSE English Language C or IB Standard Level 5 or HL 4.

Start of classes:

  • for directions Business and Management, Economics and Finance, Business Computing / Computer Science: January, May, September
  • for the directions "Engineering" and "Law": January, September.

The academic year is divided into semesters:

  • Autumn semester (beginning in September): from September 18 to December 15
  • Winter semester (beginning in January): from January 22 to April 20.

Cost of education:

  • Directions: Business and Management, Economics and Finance, Business Computing / Computer Science = 14100 £ / year of study (2 semesters)
  • Direction "Law" (Law) = 14100 £ / year of study (2 semesters)
  • The direction "Engineering" (Engineering) = 15200 £ / year of study (2 semesters).

Accommodation and food

Students in foreign countries are guaranteed to have rooms in dormitories (subject to timely filing of an application for accommodation). The campus's housing stock totals 4,500 places. Accommodation on self-service is available in standard rooms (with shared bathrooms, showers), rooms with bathrooms, studio apartments (with amenities and kitchenette).

The cost of living for a year: about 7000 pounds.

Subjects, specialties

Subjects list: Accountancy BSc, Aerospace Engineering BEng, Aerospace Engineering MEng, Anthropology and Sociology BSc, Anthropology BSc, art, Automotive Engineering BEng, Automotive Engineering MEng, Banking and Finance BSc, Biomedical Sciences (Biochemistry) BSc, Biomedical Sciences (Genetics) BSc, Biomedical Sciences (Human Health) BSc, Biomedical Sciences (Immunology) BSc, Biomedical Sciences BSc, business, Business and Management (Accounting) BSc | Brunel Business School, Business and Management (Entrepreneurship and Innovation) BSc | Brunel Business School, Business and Management (Marketing) BSc | Brunel Business School, Business and Management BSc | Brunel Business School, Business Computing (eBusiness) BSc, Business Computing (Human-Computer Interaction) BSc, Business Computing (Social Media) BSc, Business Computing BSc, Chemical Engineering BEng, Chemical Engineering MEng, Civil Engineering BEng, Civil Engineering MEng, Civil Engineering with Sustainability BEng, Civil Engineering with Sustainability MEng, Communication and Media Studies BSc, Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) BSc, Computer Science (Digital Media and Games) BSc, Computer Science (Network Computing) BSc, Computer Science (Software Engineering) BSc, Computer Science BSc, computer systems, Computer Systems Engineering BEng, Computer Systems Engineering MEng, Creative Writing BA, design, Digital Design BSc, economics, Economics and Accounting BSc, Economics and Business Finance BSc, Economics and Management BSc, Economics and Mathematics with an Integrated Foundation Year, Economics BSc, Education BA, Electrical Engineering with Renewable Energy Systems MEng, Electronic and Communications Engineering BEng, Electronic and Communications Engineering MEng, Electronic and Computer Engineering BEng, Electronic and Computer Engineering MEng, Electronic and Electrical Engineering BEng, Electronic and Electrical Engineering MEng, engineering, Engineering with an Integrated Foundation Year and Professional Development, English BA, English with Creative Writing BA, Environmental Sciences BSc, Environmental Sciences MSci, Film and Television Studies and English, Film and Television Studies BA, Film Production and Theatre BA, Film Production BA, Finance and Accounting BSc, Financial Mathematics BSc, Financial Mathematics MMath, Flood and Coastal Engineering BSc, Flood and Coastal Engineering FdSc, Games Design and Creative Writing BA, Games Design BA, Global Challenges (Global Innovation) BASc, Global Challenges (Planetary Health) BASc, Global Challenges (Security) BASc, Global Challenges (Social Cohesion) BASc, Health care, History BA, Industrial Design and Technology BA, Information Technology, International Business BSc | Brunel Business School, International Politics BSc, Journalism and Culture BA, Law (Graduate Entry) LLB, Law LLB, Law with Criminal Justice LLB, Law with International Arbitration and Commercial Law LLB, Life Sciences BSc, Mathematics and Computing with Integrated Foundation Year, Mathematics and Statistics with Management BSc, Mathematics BSc, Mathematics MMath, Mathematics with Computer Science BSc, maths, Mechanical Engineering BEng, Mechanical Engineering MEng, medicine, Military and International History BA, Music BA, Occupational Therapy BSc, pedagogy, Physical Education and Youth Sport BSc, Physiotherapy BSc (full-time programme), Politics and History BSc, Politics and Sociology BSc, Politics BSc, Product Design BSc, Product Design Engineering BSc, Psychology (Sport, Health and Exercise) BSc, Psychology BSc, right, sociology, Sociology (Media) BSc, Sociology BSc, Specialist Community Public Health Nursing BSc, Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences (Coaching) BSc, Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences (Human Performance) BSc, Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences (Sport Development) BSc, Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences BSc, Sport, Health and Exercise Sciences with Business Studies BSc, sports science, Theatre and Creative Writing BA, Theatre BA, Visual Effects and Motion Graphics BSc

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The student life of Brunel University is rich and varied. Attention of students is offered a lot of clubs on interests, circles and sports sections. Lovers of cognitive rest await exciting excursions around London and other cities of the country. Before preferring urban entertainment, many opportunities open up the infrastructure of the British capital.

The daily routine

The schedule includes academic, elective classes, self-study. The intensity of the program is determined by the specifics of the course.

Advantages

  • Brunel University is one of the best universities in Britain and the world. It also has the status of the most innovative research center in England.
  • The campus of the university is called the "campus of the XXI century". Ideal conditions for the stay and academic development of young specialists are created here.
  • The university offers a wide range of educational programs and the opportunity to participate in research projects in the priority subject area.
  • The Career Development Center operates in the university. Students are given the opportunity to find employment during part-time training. Graduates in the Career Center are offered free consultations to find a job. The indicators of employment in the university are among the best in Britain. The work is found by more than 94% of students (in the first half of the year after graduation).

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Modern auditoriums, lecture halls, laboratories are equipped in the educational buildings of the university. Technical equipment includes laboratory equipment (computers, measuring and registration equipment, specialized devices for experiments in medicine, biology), electronic archives, medical equipment (including a 3-D body scanner). The hostels have everything you need for a comfortable stay. On campus, Wi-Fi is available.

Term dates and fees

Academic year: September - June.

Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

Required documents, depending on the type of institution:

camp / language school
  • copy of 1 page
  • certificate of language proficiency (if any)
private school, boardinghouse
  • copy of the 1 Pages of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school report card with grades for the last 2-4 years (depending on the school)
  • school registration form
  • recommendation letters from Teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and a class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal
  • Testing for knowledge of mathematics, language, other subjects
  • Interview with a representative of the school (possibly in person or by Skype)
  • Literacy, awards, student personal achievements (if any)
  • motivation letter (not for all schools)
  • passport size photo (depending on the school from 1 to 12 pcs)
  • medical certificate of the general health of the child , Discharge of vaccinations
  • birth certificate of the schoolboy (s)
university
  • copy of the page 1 passport of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school certificate for the bachelor, diploma of Higher education for the master
  • letters of recommendation from teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and the class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal / dean
  • certificates, awards, personal achievements of the student (if any)
  • motivation letter / personal statement
  • interview with a representative of the institution


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Language courses, schools and children's language camps Primary and secondary education - private schools Preparation programmes for entering universities - higher education Higher education (after completing accredited programs A-level, IB, High School) - Bachelor, Master, MBA
- we recommend to apply 6-9 months before the start of the course (some camps and schools offer discounts for early booking or for lengthy study programs)
- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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