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Brunel University GRE Quantitative score requirementsTo be able to get a successful admission in Brunel University students needs to complete GRE Quantitative with minimum score of .
Brunel University Undergraduate Admissions
Brunel University offers undergraduate programs in Engineering, Education, Economics and Finance, Sciences, Business, Computer Science, Law, Film Studies, and Journalism. All applications for full-time undergraduate students must be submitted via UCAS along with the necessary application fee and supporting documents.
Where to Apply: UCAS Application
Admission Requirements: The below information is required while completing the UCAS application:
Complete education history starting from secondary education.
Personal Statement stating why you chose the course and how will you be a great student at the chosen university.
At least one recommendation from a teacher, advisor, counselor, or professional who can vouch for your academic records.
Employment history, if any
Interview (on invitation only)
English Proficiency Test scores (for international students)
International students need to deposit 3,000 GBP towards the tuition fees before issuance of Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS).
Standard XII: CBSE, ICSE, Maharashtra Board, West Bengal: 72% from 5 subjects and 82% for all other boards (for Indian students).
Brunel University Graduate Admissions
Brunel University offers postgraduate degrees in the fields of Engineering, Education, Finance, Medicine, Sciences, Business, Law, Journalism, Design, Politics and International Relations, and Psychology. A minimum score of 55%-65% is required in the equivalent bachelor’s degree for applicants from India.
Postgraduate courses - how to apply
Find the course you would like to apply for using our Course Finder at the Brunel Website
Complete application form through application portal on eVision.
If this is the first course you’ve applied to at Brunel, then click the “New User” button at the top of the page to register on the portal. If you have applied before or want to return to an application you have started then simply log in with your username and password.
When to apply?
For courses beginning September 2021, you must apply by 20 August 2021
For courses beginning January 2022, you must apply by 22 November 2021
It is recommended that you apply as soon as possible as popular courses often fill up early. Some courses, including MSc Occupational Therapy (Pre-Registration), MSc Physician Associate, MA Social Work, and PGCE teaching courses may have earlier application deadlines.
Completing the application form
You will be asked to provide the following information:
Academic qualifications (level, subject, where studied, results, a year is taken)
Work experience details (name of organizations, start and end dates)
You will be asked to submit supporting documents electronically, so you can upload scanned or photographed copies of the documents.
a) Online application form
b) Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
c) Official transcripts
d) Letters of recommendation
e) Statement of purpose
g) TOEFL/IELTS scores if the applicant’s native language is not English.
h) TOEFL: IBT-92, IELTS-6.0
Requirements may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific requirements.
*Above scores are the average score which Universities have accepted students in the past. Future score requirements could be very different and successful admission depends on many other factors besides the entrance / academic score. Contact our consultants for further assistance.
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