Brunel university london library

Brunel university london library

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The Library is at the heart of the campus and offers a wealth of resources and services to support you in your study at Brunel. In addition to our recently refurbished building which houses study space and print resources, we also offer an extensive e-Library which provides electronic access to a huge range of online material, including journal articles and e-books. With 24 hour access across the week, and a range of support available, you can use the Library at a time which is convenient for you.

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The Library holds a collection of approximately 400,000 books and an increasing collection of e-resources to support your studies here. To see what books we have, try searching the library catalogue, or to see what e-resources we have, try our Library Search from the library homepage, (access to the full text will become available once you have enrolled).

Most reading lists will be made available online before you start university. This is a great opportunity to see what reading is expected of you before you start. Reading lists are arranged by module rather than by course. You can view the typical modules available for your course from the ‘Course Content’ tab on the relevant course page. Then you can search using the relevant module name. Reading lists are updated regularly, so please visit the site later if your modules are not available yet.

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Student Centre

The Student Centre, located on the ground floor of the Bannerman Centre (library), provides a range of administrative services and support to all students; from registration and re-enrolement, through course duration to graduation and former students. The Student Centre should be your first port of call for any administrative enquiries, including:

  • Student records and general administration, including enrolment, name changes and travel discounts (such as the Student Oystercard)
  • Finance enquiries, including tuition fee and accommodation payments and invoices, student loans support, scholarships and bursaries
  • The University Hardship Fund and emergency loan information, and the Money Doctors advisers.
  • Accommodation enquiries, including information relating to payments, vacating procedures, deposits and refunds
  • Help with Student Annual Vehicle Permits to park on campus, including support with permit applications, lost/damaged permits and change of vehicle registration. Applications can be made, once you are fully enrolled, through eVision .
  • Student ID cards, including replacement cards and access enquiries
  • Help with accessing eVision and Blackboard, including logging in, password resets and task activity support for eVision
  • Student letters and visa extensions, including bank, council tax and student status letters (many of these can also be requested via eVision).
  • Help with Immigration Questions, visa extensions, in country applications and Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) numbers for international students.

The Student Centre Intranet pages (log-in required) contain detailed information on the services provided and opening hours