Brunel University London was founded in 1966 in London, United Kingdom. It is now a university with a special approach to combining academic rigor with a practical, entrepreneurial, and imaginative method. Brunel University London is responsible for the academic standards and quality of education it provides, which is consistent with the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland (FHEQ), an important national reference point for UK university degree providers. The university's goal is to foster a culture in which everyone can live, study, and work without fear of prejudice or discrimination based on their gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion, belief, or age. It has a critical role to play in preparing our students to be successful in life and work in an increasingly diverse and interconnected world.