News

Extenuating Circumstances and IT difficulties during Assessment

Wed 05 May 2021

The University has created some guidance for students who have problems with their technology this exam & assessment season and need to comp

 
Oxygen for India Emergency Appeal

Tue 04 May 2021

The British Asian Trust is raising money for the Oxygen for India Emergency Appeal.

 
Notice of Student Trustee election

Fri 30 Apr 2021

Appointments Committee have selected their candidates for Student Trustee. These students are being presented to the student body to be vote

 
NUS statement on return to campus from 17 May

Thu 22 Apr 2021

Update following the government's announcement that remaining students can return to campus from step 3 of the roadmap Hillary Gyebi-Ababio,

 
The Student Rep Awards 2021

Fri 16 Apr 2021

The Results are now in! We are delighted to be able to now announce the results of the Student Rep Awards 2020-21.

 
Spring Elections 2021 - The Results

Fri 05 Mar 2021

Thank you to everyone who voted and campaigned this year in our elections. Updated on the 9th of March.

 
University PCR Test Application

Fri 12 Mar 2021

If you're coming to the UK and need the University to reimburse your PCR Test, then click here today!

 
 

Student Media

 

This section showcases media created by our students for students, the Brunel Times features articles from accross the university sharing their insights with you. Brunel Waves is the freshest way to keep up to date with news, opinions, music and live performances, published weekly.

Brunel Times


  • Fri 26 Mar 2021 12:00
    Source: Mylo-Unleather.com. By Julie Heinisch News broke recently that Hermès, the luxury bag company, is testing alternative materials to its usual animal leather for its handbags. The mushroom-based fabric will make Hermès’ bags cruelty-free as well as eco-friendly. For now, the French fashion house will introduce the vegan leather alternative in form of its “Victoria” […]
  • Fri 26 Mar 2021 02:00
    Opinion by Shania King-Soyza It was a warm afternoon in London, England, when the married Piers Morgan met his friend Meghan Markle for some dinner and good times As the night concluded, Piers bid his friend goodbye in a taxi. This taxi was the damnation of their friendship and the moment Markle went to the […]
  • Fri 26 Mar 2021 01:00
    Opinion by Shadia Muse If you haven’t been living under a rock then you will know that Oprah interviewed Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. This interview took the world by storm but had the British media on edge. The interview was set to air in the US on Sunday, March 8th, 2021 and 24 hours […]
  • Thu 25 Mar 2021 12:00
    By Rebecca Horn Eye health experts fear that “thousands of people will be left blind” as a result of missed appointments at UK eye clinics. Researchers at the Macular Society expressed concerns that some people are at risk of losing their eyesight because they are too afraid to enter hospitals during the pandemic. Since the […]

Brunel Waves

 
  • Thu 18 Mar 2021 18:00

    In our final episode of Season 1, we turn our attention to the subject of iconic works. What makes a piece of music, writing, photography, or cinema iconic? Who, if anyone, is to say? How do we recognise when something achieves this status? And, how likely is anything to become iconic in our ever-expanding information ecology?

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