Russia, Ukraine, Kazkahstan:
For autumn entry, all applications must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) for all full-time and sandwich first degree courses (including those with foundation years). UCAS will normally start accepting applications from 1 September for entry in autumn the following year. The normal closing date for the receipt of on-time applications for both Home/EU and International applicants is 15 January. UCAS accepts that some applicants, especially from outside the UK, may find this difficult. Late applications are accepted by UCAS until 30th June (applications after this date automatically go into Clearing) but are considered at Brunel’s discretion once all on-time applications have been considered.
Applications must be submitted online via the University’s website and should be submitted as early as possible, but no later than three weeks before the start of the programme of study for home students and at least three months in advance for international students.
The applicant may be required to attend for interview at the University before a decision on the application is made. For international applicants, it may be possible to arrange telephone and web conference interviews.
The University is just a 20-minute walk – or a short bus ride – from Uxbridge underground station, so it is a straightforward journey into central London. There is also a night bus that can bring you from central London to the edge of the campus. The town of Uxbridge itself, which still has buildings dating back to its time as a Georgian market town, is a thriving commercial and business centre. Its major shopping complexes, The Pavilions and the Chimes Centre, boast a wide range of shops, cafes and a nine-screen multiplex cinema.