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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 Special Collections & Archives department at Oxford Brookes University has received £36,786 from The National Archives as part of its Archives Revealed initiative. The work that has received the funding is titled Blues off the record: cataloguing the Paul Oliver archive.
Numerous animals may be vulnerable to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, according to a large study modelling how the virus might infect different animals’ cells, involving Oxford Brookes University academics.
Join us for a presentation and discussion with anthropologist Karthryn Goldfarb, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at University of Colorado, Boulder
A conversation with Barry Carpenter, Professor of Mental Health