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The School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (ECM) is a close-knit community of staff and students. With its own dedicated campus in Wheatley, the site is equipped with excellent learning and teaching facilities, including state-of-the-art labs, computer rooms and social learning spaces. The School brings together teaching and research in the following disciplines - engineering, computing and mathematics.
An investment of £1.6m has recently been put into the campus, enhancing the library and social learning spaces, adding a gym and student lounge - improving both the student and staff experience. Set in 80 acres of Oxfordshire parkland, Wheatley campus is home to the School of ECM. Located just a few miles from the M40 and only seven miles from Oxford city centre, the campus is linked with a regular bus service to central Oxford and the train station. There is also ample parking available on site.
"The new School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics brings together exciting opportunities to work together - delivering the highest quality teaching and learning, impactful research and best possible student experience in an interdisciplinary context.
With the School now having its own dedicated campus, equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, learning space and library, it's a very exciting time to be at Oxford Brookes. The School offers a distinctive portfolio of professionally accredited undergraduate and postgraduate courses relevant to industry providing students with the skills needed for successful careers in the 21st century."
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It is vitally important that women are adequately represented in what has traditionally been, and is still, a male-dominated area. Our Faculty has been awarded the Athena SWAN Bronze award in recognition of our commitment to advancing gender equality, representation and career progression in STEM (science, technology, engineering, maths). Not only have we taken action to support women in these areas, but have made the commitment to continue to break barriers with:
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Oxford Brookes University has launched an exciting new Digital and Technology Solutions Specialist Degree Apprenticeship in response to a growing demand, and as part of its expanding portfolio of higher and degree apprenticeships.
Oxford Brookes University will receive a share of £20 million from the UK government to help stimulate growth in the local economy, it has been announced today (Friday 20 September).
Oxford Brookes Racing (OBR) unveiled the new 2019 Formula Student car Lily on Friday 7 June in the JHB Forum on Headington Campus. Invited guests, sponsors and alumni attended the event, which featured a Virtual Reality (VR) version of the single-seat race car.
A radical piece of art from celebrated aeronautical engineer turned artist Frank Malina, has been returned to its previous working glory following a restoration project at Oxford Brookes University.
The Faculty of Technology, Design & Environment (TDE) Research Student Conference took place on 16 May 2019. PhD students presented their research, displayed posters and gave performances. The event included participants from the School of Engineering, Computing & Mathematics, School of Arts, School of Architecture and School of Built Environment.
Last year, Oxford Brookes submitted an outline planning application to South Oxfordshire District Council for housing on the Wheatley Campus (reference P17/S4254/O). In November 2018, the Council's Planning Committee did not approve these plans.
Ever get tired of losing your keys? A team of students have developed an app called Finderr to help, which has just secured them a spot at the Microsoft Imagine Cup finals in May.
Anyone with an interest in renewable energy may do well to have a read of a new paper by Brookes’ own Dr Marco Raugei.