Brunel University has been a university since 1966 and in that time has developed extensive and rewarding links with industry and commerce. Situated in west London, the university is dedicated to providing a world class education for its 14,000 students. Brunel has an international student population of some 2,500, who come from over 114 different countries.
Brunel has always prided itself on the quality and relevance of its academic work and is renowned for ground-breaking research across a number of disciplines, including information technology, public health, screen media, sustainability and many more.
Brunel is perhaps best known for its engineering and design courses, but also offers courses across a wide range of subject areas including business, computing and maths, education, social sciences (including law, economics), humanities, visual and performing arts, sport sciences, environment, health and social care.
The Operations and Supply Chain Systems Group (OASIS) research centre was created in 2008 with a mission to undertake rigorous and relevant research into all aspects of Operations Management and Supply Chain Management and related areas. Its work involves taking a combination of operations research, management science, information systems, general management and strategic management knowledge and approaches, in order to evaluate operations and to generate product and service based models and perspectives within and across public and private industry sectors.