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The School of the Built Environment has a vibrant and close-knit community of staff and students from many different backgrounds and locations across the UK and the world.
In addition, there is a strong alumni community who retain excellent connections with the school..
The School of the Built Environment has an outstanding reputation in the industry, among employers and throughout the built environment professions.
Whether you plan to follow a taught programme or pursue research, you'll find that the School of the Built Environment provides both quality and flexibility. We offer a wide range of relevant, well-structured courses, and our thriving research culture provides a friendly and supportive community in which to undertake a research degree.
Provides the basis for deciding what to study at degree level and the chance to make informed choices about your future career.
With our extensive industry links, graduates have gone on to work for industry leading brands Kier Group, Savills, Deloitte and more.
We offer full-time, part-time and distance learning options for many of our programmes. Designed with industry in mind.
Graduates from our undergraduate courses earn on average £26k within six months of graduating (Unistats, 2017), and 91% of our postgraduate students would recommend Brookes to other potential students (Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey, 2017). We have an international reputation for excellence in teaching, research and innovation. Our School is ranked 6th for Building and in the top 5 for Land and Property Management (Complete University Guide, 2018).
Student Reps talk to students on their course, listen to their opinions and tell the University and Students' Union what the students really think and represent the School at Union Council.
Being the lead student representatives of the School they voice all their fellow Reps' concerns in regular meetings with the Head of the School. Reps Council is a chance for all Reps from across the University to get together and discuss the academic issues affecting everyone - libraries, exams, the academic offering, performance assessment and feedback, Turnitin and Space to Think. Reps socialise with people from their courses and across the entire university, establishing a wide network of contacts – both students and staff.
A Rep can be any student who cares about the experience that students have at Brookes.
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More than 3,500 students from around 150 countries choose to make Oxford Brookes their home. Discover why.
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Working together to enhance the learning, emotional, physical and spiritual life of the Oxford Brookes community.