• Brookes in the community

    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.

    • 27Nov
      Award for research paper investigating energy efficiency in Bicester homes

      Award for research paper investigating energy efficiency in Bicester homes

      Two Oxford Brookes University academics have won an award for their research into energy efficiency in homes in Bicester, Oxfordshire. Professor Rajat Gupta and Senior Research Fellow Matt Gregg from the Low Carbon Building Research Group, outlined novel methods to speed up the implementation of energy improvements, retrofitting homes built between 1950 and 1965.

    • 26Nov
      Oxford Brookes joins Productivity Institute

      Oxford Brookes joins Productivity Institute

      Oxford Brookes Business School is part of a new institute that will boost ground-breaking research to explore how to increase productivity, boost wages and support the economic recovery across the UK, backed by a £37 million government investment.

    • 16Nov
      Thrive Discover Oxford with Independent Oxford

      Thrive Discover Oxford with Independent Oxford

      In partnership with Independent Oxford. Take a self-guided tour of the city of dreaming spires, and discover some of Oxford's hidden gems, independent businesses led by extraordinary creatives and uncover exclusive discounts. Register for free to access an exclusive map download which will give you access to exclusive discounts! This event is Covid secure, please ensure you are following government guidelines and only take the tour with members of your bubble! * Map goes live in November - you will be emailed a link to download when Thrive launches on 16th November! *"

    • 30Nov
      Creativity and Ageing During the Pandemic

      Creativity and Ageing During the Pandemic

      Have digital and other creative activities during the pandemic involved the older community?