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The School of Architecture is a vibrant community of staff and students located in the historical and culturally diverse city of Oxford. Our students receive many prestigious awards, such as the RIBA Sergent Prize Drawing. Our staff are leading world-class research both here in the UK and across the globe in a variety of areas including and exclusive to sustainability, low carbon buildings and humanitarian and development and emergency practice. Our courses are accredited by RIBA and ARB, the part 1 and 2 courses are also accredited by LAM (Malaysian board of Architects). The School also has associated affiliation with ACSA (Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture).
We are a friendly international community where there is always support available. We have accreditation from LAM, RIBA and ARB, and associated affiliation with ACSA.
Staff and students are actively engaged in live projects locally, nationally and internationally. They answer real problems improving communities world-wide.
Our academics are world-leading in their fields. Our research addresses social, environmental and architectural challenges locally, nationally and internationally.
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The Workshop houses a range of equipment for model making and fabrication. As well as traditional equipment, a range of digital equipment - three laser cutters, two CNC routers, five different types of 3D printing and 3D scanners, is available to students with no additional charge. All relevant training is provided by workshop staff.
Two Oxford Brookes University academics have won an award for their research into energy efficiency in homes in Bicester, Oxfordshire. Professor Rajat Gupta and Senior Research Fellow Matt Gregg from the Low Carbon Building Research Group, outlined novel methods to speed up the implementation of energy improvements, retrofitting homes built between 1950 and 1965.
The School of Architecture at Oxford Brookes University is to host a £5 million grant-giving programme, which will improve the documentation of endangered wooden architecture throughout the world and make records freely available online.
Oxford Brookes University is extending its international reach and impact with a new partnership in Sri Lanka, delivering degree programmes with the British College of Applied Studies (BCAS Campus).