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Admissions policy

Introduction

This policy describes the principles and processes which are used to select and admit new students to Brunel University London with the potential to succeed in their chosen disciplines and contribute to the University’s strategic aspirations. We are committed to ensuring that all applications are treated fairly, equally and transparently in accordance with the principles set out in this policy document. The policy covers admissions to all Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught and Postgraduate Research awards. It covers all study modes including full time, part time and distance learning.

The admissions policy and procedures comply with relevant legislation including the requirements of the Competition and Markets Authority, the Quality Assurance Agency’s Quality Code Chapter B2, B6, B10, B11 and the Schwartz Recommendations for Good Practice. The University’s operations in this area aim to be transparent, clear, fair and consistent in their application.

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Overall responsibility for the University’s admissions and recruitment activity lies with the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education and International). All applications to any course at the University will be through the Central Admissions Office under the direction of the Associate Director of Recruitment and Admissions. Management of the admissions process lies with the Admissions Policy and Quality Manager. Members of the Admissions Office are responsible for the operational aspects of the admissions process and academic Admissions Tutors in Departments and Divisions have designated responsibilities at programme level.