The Student Protection Plan is a document that is approved by the Office for Students (OfS) that every university is required to have. It sets out what measures we have in place to protect you, as a student at Oxford Brookes University, should a risk to the continuation of your studies arise and details how we would communicate with you about this.
Our plan has been approved by the University’s Academic Enhancement and Standards Committee (currently constituted as the Quality and Learning Infrastructure Committee) and will be reviewed on an annual basis. Student views are represented by Oxford Brookes University Students' Union in the approval process.
If you have any immediate views, concerns or feedback in relation to this plan, please contact the Academic Registrar or speak to Oxford Brookes University Students' Union.
Alternatively, if you have a complaint regarding this plan you can raise the issue through the procedure detailed in the University's Student Complaints Procedure. Students dissatisfied with a decision relating to a complaint they have raised may be able to complain to the Office of the Independent Adjudicator (OIA).