The research activity of the London University, Brunel was recognized as outstanding and the University was awarded the Outstanding quality of a global business (GBEA).
The University has a strong reputation for working with industry, and is one of the universities that created educational "sandwich courses" in which the work is part of the degree.
Technology of liquid metals is one of the last research projects of the University, performed with the support of the research Council the engineering and physical Sciences (EPSRC) in partnership and with funding from a number of companies, including Jaguar, Land Rover and rolls-Royce. Another successful design Brunel is "Research centre for innovative industry" (IMRC), on which he works together with medical equipment manufacturers and National healthcare system. The purpose of the study - process improvement evaluation of new health care products.
Brunel is one of five British universities, secured state funding for a Partnership the transfer of knowledge, as highly skilled graduates are conducting research projects on the equipment of the companies.