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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.
The Oxford Academic Health Partners (OAHP) has been designated as a National Institute of Health Research (NIHR), NHS England and NHS Improvement (NHSE/I) Academic Health Science Centre.
We have recently been informed by Public Health England (PHE) that a second Oxford Brookes student has tested positive for coronavirus. The student is taught at one of our Oxford campuses.
This new, online, moderated 8-week course is based on research conducted within Oxford Brookes Business School by Dr Christian Ehrlich. It is available to all adults but is particularly suitable to those people in work (including self-employed, volunteers, students, and part-time staff). The course focuses on participants’ four most important goals – either professional or personal - and shows how these can be adapted to help people become happier in work and life.
This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date.