The Forum, John Henry Brookes Building
Oxford Brookes is based on three campuses in and around Oxford, which all include libraries, 24-hour computer rooms and social spaces, as well as specialist facilities for the subjects studied there.
Brookes buses link the campuses with our halls of residence, the city centre, Cowley and the railway station. Cycling is also a very popular way of getting around Oxford - a compact city with many miles of cycle lanes. Brookes provides over 2,500 bike racks on campus along with free Bike Doctor 'health checks' for staff and students.
Addresses for our three campuses.
Our campuses have a range of sports facilities, catering options, library facilities and more.
We're creating spaces to inspire students and further enhance the status of a degree from Oxford Brookes. In February 2014 we opened our brand new John Henry Brookes Building. As well as new learning and social spaces the JHB Building brings together Brookes' support and health services in a convenient one-stop shop: Student Central.
The Glass Tank is a unique exhibition space located on the ground floor of the new Abercrombie extension on the Gipsy Lane site, Headington Campus.
Get directions and maps for Oxford Brookes University campuses.