News from 2021
Oxford Brookes University news from 2021
10 September 2021
Oxford Brookes University has been shortlisted for Outstanding Entrepreneurial University in the Times Higher Education Awards 2021.
09 September 2021
The legacy and achievements of Commendatore Antonio Carluccio, OBE, the respected and innovative Italian cookery writer, cook, restaurateur and food expert will be celebrated with a new library and archive housed at Oxford Brookes University.
08 September 2021
An international research team has found that repeated pulses of monsoon rains over the past 400,000 years created green corridors in Arabian desert landscapes, forming key migration routes for early humans.
08 September 2021
As students prepare to come back to Oxford for the new academic year, both Oxford Brookes University and Oxford University continue to have measures in place to manage the Covid risk.
27 August 2021
Oxford Brookes University's first ever quadruplets have graduated, each with a different degree.
25 August 2021
A partnership between two leading education and health organisations has led to face-to-face rehabilitation work returning for the first time in many months.
20 August 2021
Oxford Brookes University has been awarded funding as part of the government’s first Turing Scheme, to give students opportunities to work and study abroad.
17 August 2021
A new project to help people with musculoskeletal issues is being developed with the help of researchers from Oxford Brookes University.
12 August 2021
Professor David Knights from Oxford Brookes Business School has been elected Fellow of the British Academy, in recognition of his contribution to the humanities and social sciences.
02 August 2021
The rise and fall of sea levels influence the likelihood of volcanic eruptions on the Greek island of Santorini, new research led by Oxford Brookes University has discovered.