Admission open for September 2020
Brunel University London is responsible for the academic standards and quality of the education that it provides which is consistent with the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (FHEQ), an important national reference point for providers of UK university degrees. Senate Regulations constitute the University’s regulatory framework within which standards are defined and assured. The University’s processes and procedures to assure the quality of learning and teaching and the standards of the awards it confers are also aligned with the UK Quality Code for Higher Education, published by the Quality Assurance Agency, which sets out national expectations that all providers of UK higher education are required to meet.
Following a successful QAA Higher Education Review in March 2016, the University is required to produce and make available an action plan addressing the identified recommendations and good practice. The action plan has been agreed by the Quality Assurance Committee, Education Enhancement Committee, Senate and Union of Brunel Student Assembly. The action plan will be monitored by Quality Assurance Committee and Senate