News from 2024

Oxford Brookes University news from 2024

12 April 2024

Art and design students team up with top sustainable fashion designers Vin + Omi

Oxford Brookes University students gained real life fashion industry experience by creating and building a set for two top British designers as part of London Fashion Week 2024.

Fashion design duo Vin + Omi pictured at the show

11 April 2024

Oxford Brookes University world leading in 21 subjects

Oxford Brookes University is a world leading institution in 21 subjects, according to the latest global rankings published today.

Oxford Brookes world leading in 21 subjects

11 April 2024

National recognition for Brookes student who switched from business to nursing

When Oxford Brookes University student Cynthia Okoli moved to the UK from Nigeria she was expecting to study business administration.

Cynthia Okoli

28 March 2024

Oxford Brookes Business School students partner with Oxfordshire FA to conduct market research

Students at Oxford Brookes University have partnered with the Oxfordshire Football Association to conduct research into inclusivity, diversity and access to grassroots sport for young people.

Students in OBBS with Jonathan Duckworth of the Oxfordshire FA

27 March 2024

Is chocolate good for you? An expert explains…

As Easter approaches and chocolate eggs flood the shelves of supermarkets, Dr Shelly Coe, from the Oxford Centre for Nutrition and Health at Oxford Brookes University, asks if chocolate offers any health benefits?

Person holding chocolate eggs in a basket

21 March 2024

Oxford Brookes University takes home three prizes at national sustainability awards

Oxford Brookes University has been named the winner of three out of five national sustainability awards, in recognition of staff and student’s commitment to biodiversity and the environment.

An image of Oxford Brookes University campus

14 March 2024

Shade-grown coffee demonstrates the benefits of combining agriculture and conservation

Increasing shade cover over coffee plants can increase biodiversity and provide new ways to combine agriculture and conservation, a new study has revealed.

A coffee farm in Java

13 March 2024

New student resources launched by Oxfordshire Mind at Oxford Brookes on University Mental Health Day

New resources developed by Oxfordshire Mind in partnership with Oxford Brookes University are set to be launched on University Mental Health Day (Thursday 14 March).

Oxford Brookes University

12 March 2024

Scientists find hundreds of unique species in Africa’s newest and most threatened ecoregion

After two decades of biological surveys and over 30 scientific expeditions, groundbreaking research in southern Africa has unearthed a wealth of previously undocumented biodiversity in a newly recognised ecoregion.

The heart of the Mabu Forest