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Saturday 26 May 2018 - Wednesday 6 June, Abercrombie Building
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.
The School of Architecture is a vibrant, design-focused place to learn. You will have access to superb facilities and resources to prepare you for professional practice. Based at the heart of Headington campus within a RIBA noted Abercrombie building, our facilities allow our students to push the boundaries of possibility and explore their own creativity.
UK higher education funding bodies have announced the first set of panel members for the next Research Excellence Framework (REF), with four academics from Oxford Brookes University chosen to take part.
Prof Rajat Gupta was invited to deliver a presentation on Indoor environment and workplace productivity at the ASBP’s Healthy Buildings Conference & Expo 2018 held in UCL, London on 14th February 2018. The presentation shared the findings of the ongoing EPSRC/Innovate funded Whole Life Performance Plus (WLP+) project (worth £530k, 2016-2019) on optimising the indoor environment to improve staff productivity in office environments.
Students and staff at Oxford Brookes will present a programme of films, performances, talks and workshops exploring what makes us who we are for the Oxford Human Rights Festival 2018.