News from 2021
Oxford Brookes University news from 2021
17 November 2021
With the world’s attention focused on the outcomes of the COP26 summit, Oxford Brookes University is introducing a major technological advancement to significantly reduce carbon use on campus.
16 November 2021
Following former Rugby World Cup winner Steve Thompson's diagnosis of early-onset dementia at 42 and probable chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a new research study explores the experiences of family members of former athletes with CTE.
08 November 2021
Oxford Brookes University’s free Thrive Festival is returning in November for the fourth consecutive year, helping aspiring entrepreneurs grow their business with a series of events.
04 November 2021
Organisations and businesses across Oxford, including Oxford Brookes University, have issued a letter welcoming the start of the COP26 summit and highlighting the need for concentrated action from the Government.
03 November 2021
Earlier today (3 November), an article was published in the Times newspaper relating to an incident of sexual violence in 2018 involving a number of Oxford Brookes students.
29 October 2021
As world leaders gather in Glasgow at the COP26 Climate Change Conference, Oxford Brookes University has joined other organisations around the globe in declaring a climate emergency.
27 October 2021
Dr Supriya Akerkar was an invited panellist at the conference ASEM Forum on Human Rights of Older Persons: Present and Future held on 26 and 27 October, 2021.
25 October 2021
A new partnership is giving students valuable hands-on experience alongside their physiotherapy studies at Oxford Brookes University.
22 October 2021
Oxford Brookes University has opened a new office in the city of Pune, furthering its commitment to supporting students from India who wish to study in Oxford, UK.
18 October 2021
Oxford Brookes University’s Head of Global Partnerships, Dr Sara Hannam, is helping to shape the future of worldwide higher education – as a member of the Advance HE Global Perspectives Strategic Advisory Group.