News from 2023
Oxford Brookes University news from 2023
15 May 2023
The longstanding teaching partnership between Oxford Brookes University and Chengdu University of Technology was further strengthened last week with an official visit from a Chinese delegation to the University’s Headington Campus.
02 May 2023
Oxford Brookes marketing students working with tech giant JVC to shape new wearable technology range
Students at Oxford Brookes University have partnered with tech giant JVCKENWOOD UK to help the company research and suggest a new wearable technology range.
26 April 2023
As the UK prepares to host the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool on behalf of Ukraine next month, with the final taking place on 13 May, Oxford Brookes University is hosting a special discussion to celebrate the occasion.
20 April 2023
As the world prepares to celebrate Earth Day this Saturday (22 April), Oxford’s ambitious Net Zero goals have been boosted with the announcement that all of the city’s BROOKESbuses will move to a fleet of new electric buses.
17 April 2023
Thought-provoking music, talks, performances and much more are part of Oxford Brookes University’s Creative Industries Festival which takes place next month.
06 April 2023
Oxford Brookes University has been recognised for its Net Zero emissions commitments at a prestigious awards ceremony, after implementing a heating system that will reduce carbon emissions on campus by up to 20%.
03 April 2023
Student paramedics, nurses and midwives at Oxford Brookes University can experience life-like emergency and urgent care scenarios thanks to a new simulation ambulance.
29 March 2023
A new study aims to find specific diets that could improve the quality of life of people with multiple sclerosis.
27 March 2023
More school nurses are needed to carry out vital child protection work, research by Oxford Brookes University and the University of Birmingham with the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust has revealed.
23 March 2023
The music used in the popular video game The Lord of The Rings Online to represent good and evil characters raises moral and ethical questions about cultural appropriation, according to research by a lecturer from Oxford Brookes University.