The role of Director of Estates and Campus Services at Oxford Brookes is an important one, a broad portfolio, which includes maintaining the estate and providing other services essential to the smooth running of the […]
Professor Helen Dawes’ research is benefiting children and adults with disorders including cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and autism. Discover how she used a rowing adventure to provide new insights into Parkinson’s.
Leadership in the legal profession needn’t be an all-male club, as Keily Blair ’03 of PwC proves, and she is determined other women are able to progress their careers in a variety of sectors. Keily […]
Our international alumni network is growing, and helping to promote Oxford Brookes to new audiences. China Beijing and Shanghai chapters have been working with Oxford Brookes staff to support student recruitment. Alumni at the event […]
When did you last catch up with your old classmates in person? Have you been meaning to for a while but life keeps getting in the way? The Oxford Brookes Alumni Team can support you […]
Tang Lingyun studies at one of Oxford Brookes’ partner institutions – Chengdu University of Technology.
Leah Lansdown studied at one of Oxford Brookes’ Associate Partner Colleges: Solihull College & University Centre.
Hadil Louz was typical of so many young people in Gaza, hungry for knowledge but finding it difficult to access further study; desperate to work to improve her society but unable to find a paid […]
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.
Effects of temporary hotels on homeless families, pioneering smart energy, hot chocolate help for MS and cancer patients’ needs not being met.