Brunel University London Pathway College, formerly known as London Brunel International College, serves as an entry point for both domestic and international students to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate degrees at Brunel University London. The College, situated on the main university campus, offers Foundation, First Year, and Pre-Master's programmes designed to align with the university's curriculum and provide students with a supportive and motivating learning environment.
The Pathway College's programmes cater to candidates who do not meet the direct entry requirements or possess high school qualifications that are not recognised. For postgraduate students, the Pre-Master's pathway is available. Students are seamlessly transitioned into their degree programmes at Brunel University London by successfully completing their pathway studies, eliminating the need for a separate application process. Additionally, the College's location within the campus ensures easy access to the town of Uxbridge and nearby amenities and convenient transportation links to Heathrow Airport and Central London.
With small class sizes limited to 25 students, the Pathway College provides a personalised learning experience that fosters student engagement and confidence development. Dedicated support services are in place to assist students in achieving positive outcomes and progressing to the university. The College's integrated approach offers a sense of security and a smooth transition from pathway studies to degree studies, with combined visa arrangements for the duration of both programmes.
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