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Set in a historic student city, Oxford Brookes is one of the UK’s leading modern universities and enjoys an international reputation for teaching excellence and innovation as well as strong links with business and industry.
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Opening hours for our Oxford campuses are currently 7:00am - 9:00pm (Monday-Friday, closed at weekends) in order to allow for enhanced cleaning measures. Our Swindon campus opening hours are 7:00am-7.00pm (Monday-Friday, closed at weekends). Entry to John Henry Brookes Building is by card access only. Libraries will be open at the weekend from 12 noon to 6.00pm from Saturday 8 January 2021 at Headington and Harcourt Hill, from Saturday 23 January at Wheatley and Saturday 6 February at Swindon.
A diverse range of languages and communication styles used in Oxfordshire will be highlighted in a new exhibition called Sign Symbol Sound. An open call for artworks is launched today, 12 April 2021, and will run until 21 June 2021.
Oxford Brookes University is deeply saddened to learn of the death of His Royal Highness, the Duke of Edinburgh.
This film industries masterclass covers technology and how COVID has accelerated digital entrepreneurship; the resistance from many and how they risk getting left behind; building more sustainable and cost effective events in the future; the surprising drawbacks and benefits of online events; how you could and should start your own digital events; the tools you can use to create something now that costs no more than your time.
We are living through unprecedented times; the pandemic, brexit and the climate emergency have highlighted that the need for a sustainable food system is more pressing than ever.
Oxford Brookes University will be hosting a panel debate to mark Earth Day 2021 and explore this years’ theme: ‘restore our planet’. The debate will be live streamed online and consist of a panel discussion and Q&A from the audience.
The panel will give the audience an insight into sustainable food choices and share practical tips on how we can all make a positive difference by changing what we put on our plate.