West London's Uxbridge is home to Brunel University London, founded in 1966. A public research university named after Victorian engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel was founded.
The campus of Brunel University London is home to several academic and residential facilities. Buildings having educational applications include Elliott Jaques, which houses Brunel Law School; the Lecture Centre; Joseph Lowe, which houses the Civil Engineering Research Center; The Heinz Wolff, which contains the University's Heinz Wolff Health and Life Sciences Center; and several more.
For students' use, Mary Seacole Building holds the gym, practise rooms and a resource centre, and other contemporary amenities. There is also a programme called Brunel Student Lettings that assists students in finding nearby housing. In addition, suburban Uxbridge includes several theatres, restaurants, and clubs for the amusement of young people.