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Oxford Brookes University has exchange agreements with over 100 institutions.
Below are the International and European institutions that Oxford Brookes has exchange agreements with.
Explore our exchange partners list to discover where your degree at Oxford Brookes may take you !
Oxford Brookes students should discuss their intended programme of study during their exchange with the relevant faculty contact.
There are a very limited number of modules available in the Haskayne School of Business, and therefore this partner university is not recommended for Oxford Brookes Business School students. There is also a limited number of available modules in
the Schulich School of Engineering. PLEASE NOTE that Economics is part of the Social Sciences program in the Faculty of Arts at Calgary, and therefore open for Brookes students to apply for (not available for Oxford Brookes students studying Law).
Oxford Brookes Exchanges Team for more details.
Please note: Students can only go on exchange to the following fourteen universities if they are studying our Japanese Studies degree course.
KIMEP University, Almaty
Open for Business, Communication, Media and Culture, International Relations and Politics students.
Open to Applied Language students studying Chinese (Mandarin).
From its beginnings as one of the first schools of higher education in Taiwan, TKU now has four campuses comprised of eight colleges, with a total of about 25,000 students.
Mahidol University International College (MUIC)
Universidad de Montevideo
Some modules are taught in English. Please contact the Global Exchanges Team for more information.
Open for Communication, Media and Culture and Business and Marketing Management students. This campus is part of RMIT based in Melbourne, Australia.
We recommend Communication, Media and Culture students also consider a one year option with one semester at RMIT Melbourne followed by one semester at RMIT Vietnam.