This page will give an overview of how to use the Oxford Brookes website, how the site is organised and how to find information. If you have any questions or encounter any problems while browsing the site, please feel free to contact us for help.
Oxford Brookes University are working towards complying with Priority 1 and 2 accessibility checkpoints of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. In doing so, it is acting in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 Part Four (as amended by Special Educational Needs Disability Act 2001) and the Disability Discrimination Act 2005. We are continually making enhancements to meet these guidelines. Some of our older pages do not adhere to these checkpoints but we are working towards making all future web pages compliant with W3C guidelines for accessibility.
The Oxford Brookes University website has been designed with the following accessibility guidelines in mind:
The Oxford Brookes university website has been designed to work in any modern browser and has been tested in the following browsers and operating systems:
Browsers not mentioned above may not render pages correctly and are not supported. We recommend that you upgrade to the latest version of your preferred browser. If you do experience any problems while accessing the site, please feel free to contact us.
If you can't find what you're looking for please use the site search facility on the top of every page to search for information and the course finder on the homepage to find information about individual course information.
Use the navigation bar across the top of the page to access the main sections of the website.
Use the navigation bar on the left of the page to access the areas under each section of the website.
If you are using a modern web browser, when you print any web page on this site, you will automatically get a stripped down 'printer ready' version of the page which excludes most of the menus, side bars and other navigational aids in order to focus on the page content.
More information can be found on the Freedom of Information page.
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