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Saturday 30 June 2018
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Oxford Brookes’ international reputation for the quality of its courses has been recognised in the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject.
A networking event hosted by Oxford Brookes University and the International Labour Office.
Innovative work by David Shiers, Reader in Sustainable Architecture at Oxford Brookes University has been shortlisted for the UK and Ireland Green Gown Awards 2017.
An Oxford Brookes University student has been named a winner of the South East Women in Property (WiP) Student Awards and will now compete in the national final of the prestigious awards.
International expert on blasphemy laws at Oxford Brookes discusses on Sky News the reported investigation into actor Stephen Fry for blasphemy.
Oxford Brookes hosts the second Student Research Conference as part of the University's Get Published! initiative.
Finalists in the Brookes Business Plan Competition 2017 gathered together for the annual awards ceremony recently, to celebrate their successes and congratulate the winners, who together shared £4,000 in prize money.
BAFTA-winning director Ken Loach visited Oxford Brookes University yesterday (14 March) to open the 15th annual Oxford Human Rights Festival.
World-leading research which builds on existing Supply Chain Management (SCM) and logistical expertise is taking place at Oxford Brookes.
Next week Oxford Brookes University will highlight key issues happening across the world right now in the annual Oxford Human Rights Festival.
Sue Brownill, a Reader in the School of the Built Environment explores the extent to which new community planning rights are really devolving ‘power to the people’ in a new book just published by Policy Press.
Director Ken Loach, who won a British Academy Film Award (BAFTA) earlier this month (12 February) for Outstanding British Film will launch the Oxford Human Rights Festival next month.
A new four-year research project, funded by the European Commission, has just been launched by the School of the Built Environment at Oxford Brookes University.
On 15 December Professor Marie Huchzermeyer of the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, will give a lecture on the subject of ‘Informal settlements at the intersection between urban planning and rights: advances through judicialisation in the South African case.’
The Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment hold its 2nd cross Faculty International Student Welcome Events.
Since 2009, Oxford Brookes University in partnership with The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has developed a bespoke short training programme for property professionals in Asia.
Cycling could play a significant role in promoting health and wellbeing among the older population but the UK is lagging behind other European countries.
An Oxford Brookes graduate has been named as one of the most inspirational UK entrepreneurs under 30.
Two Oxford Brookes academics have been awarded a prize for a research paper which explores the history of the regeneration of the East London docklands and the setting up of the London Docklands Development Corporation.
This week is Low Carbon Oxford Week (11-19 June), a city-wide summer festival which uses culture, creativity and community to inspire local people to take action against climate change
Stephen V. Ward, Professor of Planning at Oxford Brookes explores the roots behind garden cities first established in the early 1900s, in his new book published today (14 March).
Earlier this month, Oxford Brookes revealed four new research projects which have received Newton Funding to support science and innovation partnerships that promote the economic development and welfare of targeted developing countries.
Four projects to be undertaken by researchers at Oxford Brookes in Brazil and Mexico have received funding from the Newton Fund.
Oxford Brookes Planning students, within the School of the Built Environment, are currently working with community groups in the Wolvercote and Summertown areas of Oxford to prepare Neighbourhood Plans.