View photographs of Headington Campus, from 1958 to the present day.
A tribute to Professor Chris Hawes. Plus there’s a Fulbright Award for an Oxford Brookes alumna and a Point of Light Award for an alumnus. Also, Game of Thrones star speaks on campus.
Inspirational new teaching and research spaces. Plus Institute of Technology in Swindon and restoring a lost artwork.
Oxford Brookes retains number one status in modern university ranking, new Greek partnership, degree apprenticeships, Stand Alone Pledge.
When the Oxford College of Technology moved to Headington in 1955, Vice-Principal John Henry Brookes described it as “setting foot in The Promised Land.” The new campus was purpose-built for a 20th-century education and as […]
Open lectures with influential guest speakers, art exhibitions in the Glass Tank and documentary screenings are amongst the regular free activities at Oxford Brookes open to all. In recent months, the University has hosted many […]
A round-up of news from Oxford Brookes in 2018. Campuses continue to be transformed Those visiting Oxford Brookes’ campuses in recent years will have no doubt been impressed by the new buildings and spaces. The […]
We are delighted to be launching a new programme for alumni in November. ‘Brookes in the City’ is a series of events, initially in London, that will provide an opportunity for alumni to come together […]
Lord Joel Joffe and the Vice-Chancellor opening the new Swindon Campus In early February the University celebrated the official opening of its new campus in Swindon. Last summer Oxford Brookes moved from its former site […]
In June the Oxford School of Nursing and Midwifery was officially launched. The School is a partnership between Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, under the […]