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These pages provide information and guidance to help students and residents live and work together in the local community.
You can also find details of services and facilities available to the local community such as print services, cookery courses, open lectures and art exhibitions.
Information for residents, students and an overview of the work of our Community engagement team.
An overview of our positive social or environmental impact at Brookes, in Oxford and beyond.
Find out more about our contributions to our community.
Short bite-sized courses in the community, to increase participation in further and higher education.
A research review led by Oxford Brookes University has found a large proportion of COVID-19 survivors will be affected by neuropsychiatric and cognitive complications.
Business leaders from across the region and UK are joining Oxford Brookes Business School to share their expertise and insights, and further enhance the career prospects of current students.
Placi Espejo, Head of Business Development at Oxford Technology Park, focuses on the importance of real connections for businesses and their individuals.
The Brookes Inclusion, Diversity and Gender Network is pleased to host the Athena Swan annual open lecture. The Industrial Strategy has set an ambitious goal for the UK to become the most innovative economy in the world by 2030. However, research shows that there is a gender gap in the ecosystem that drives innovation.
Join Professor Simonetta Manfredi in conversation with Dr Fanya Ismail, winner of “Women in Innovation” award 2019 by Innovate UK.