Researchers at Oxford Brookes have not just responded to the Covid-19 pandemic with important discoveries in areas including vaccines, social inequality and the impact on health workers. But are addressing these issues – and many more – to build a better future.
We are determined to support all our hard working students and recent graduates to launch the careers they deserve – and alumni can play a huge role.
Discover how Professor Nicola Ragge’s research is transforming the lives of children and their families.
Get the inside story on vaccine development from alumni who work in the industry, including Emma Bolam, who led the production of the Oxford / Astra Zeneca vaccine at the Jenner Institute.
Basma El Doukhi talks about studying during the pandemic, her love of Oxford and the importance for women of continuing to fight for your rights and retaining hope.
Nutrition and Food Science graduate, Dave Hamilton ’03 talks about his new foraging book – Where the Wild Thing Grow
Jacari’s Alumni Engagement Officer, Natasha Wooldridge, writes about the student charity’s work as it approaches its 65th anniversary and asks former volunteers to reconnect. Were you involved with student charity Jacari? Jacari is an award-winning […]
Hotel Manager, Auren Renford talks about how the Sam Zuckerberg Israel Scholarship brought him to Oxford Brookes and changed his life.
In 2019, Haya Abdalhadi, received the Gaza Scholarship to study MA Development and Emergency Practice at Oxford Brookes’ renowned Centre for Development and Emergency Practice. She says receiving the scholarship was “like a dream coming […]
Jasmine Patterson ‘12 talks about her journey that took her from Bermuda to Brookes to TV stardom – and why she is now returning to the UK to further develop her journalistic skills.