News from 2022
Oxford Brookes University news from 2022
11 March 2022
The Oxford Brookes Global MBA programme has been ranked 15th in the world in this year’s QS Online MBA Rankings, and moves up one place to 4th in the UK.
11 March 2022
Researchers at Oxford Brookes University have discovered that lemurs are able to memorise complex environments and strategically plan routes to find food through everchanging and dense forests.
04 March 2022
The programme for this year’s Oxford Human Rights Festival has been revealed, with a diverse offering of in-person and online events starting on 11 March.
03 March 2022
We have all been shocked and saddened by the distressing situation in Ukraine, which is affecting many people, including members of the Oxford Brookes community.
02 March 2022
A new sustainability skills programme to help small firms realise their growing climate action ambitions is being launched following the COP26 summit.
18 February 2022
The Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) has announced the completion of a new part-Government funded project, being delivered in collaboration with the University, supporting start-up businesses and entrepreneurship in the county.
17 February 2022
A team of experts, including an Oxford Brookes University researcher, have teamed up with three charities to offer free resource packs which include activities that parents can do with their babies or toddlers.
14 February 2022
On Valentine’s Day 2022, expert in romantic love and letter-writing, Dr Sally Holloway, Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow in History & History of Art at Oxford Brookes University, takes us back to a time before social media, texting and phone calls.
07 February 2022
A team of experts, led by Dr Khan Taufique from Oxford Brookes University and Kristian Nielsen from the University of Cambridge, have investigated how carbon labelling can influence businesses and consumers in reducing their carbon footprint
04 February 2022
A statement from Professor Alistair Fitt, Vice-Chancellor