About the College
The College of Health and Life Sciences specialises in courses that enable our graduates to make a real difference to the world around them. Through our key strategic partnerships we aim to make Brunel University London a key part of health research in the UK.
Whether it is through medical breakthroughs that aid those suffering from disease, research designed to aid elite athletes improve their performance or programmes to train the next generation of health professionals, we aim to produce graduates who stand willing and able to make a difference.
Brunel Partners Academic Centre for Health Sciences
A pioneering new partnership between Brunel University London, the Hillingdon Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust aims to revolutionise the way health and social care is delivered in the community. Focusing on allied health, nursing, social care and medicine, the centre supports ambitious plans to educate the current and future health and care workforce, supporting the delivery of radically transformed integrated physical and mental health and care provision.
Welcome from the Vice-Provost and Dean
I am delighted to introduce you to the College of Health and Life Sciences. The College is comprised of two departments that cover life sciences, clinical and health-related subjects across a number of disciplines. We strive for excellence and to contribute enthusiastically to the University’s priorities: advancing excellence in our academic provision; crossing institutional boundaries on the basis of innovation and preparing our graduates for success.
Our vision is to be a College that is distinguished by excellence in education and the learning experience, that conducts world leading research, and ensures its activities have a real impact on human health.
Professor Paul Hellewell
Brunel Medical School
From September 2021 we’re excited to be introducing a 5-year undergraduate degree in Medicine leading to the award of Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). The new Brunel Medical School will be part of the College of Health and Life Sciences. Our 5-year MBBS in Medicine is open to students from outside the UK and EU. At the earliest opportunity we will be discussing with Health Education England and the Office for Students, to enable us to offer our medicine degree to students from the UK and EU (tbc) in the near future.
Public Health and Health Promotion