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Oxford Brookes is a leading modern university that attracts nearly 3,000 international students from more than 140 different countries.
Our students flourish in the stimulating, supportive community we provide. They benefit from our excellent teaching and we value the academic and cultural contributions they make to the university.
Why Choose Brookes? Listen to Evelien talk about her experience at Oxford Brookes and why she would recommend it to other international students.
Don’t just take our word for it! We asked international students from different countries studying a range of subjects what they like about Brookes.
Discover why Oxford is such a great place to study. From campus facilities to how to enjoy the very best that this beautiful city has to offer.
At Oxford Brookes you'll enjoy outstanding teaching and fresh new approaches to learning.
We support you throughout your student journey – from when you apply to after you’ve finished your degree.
We will help you develop the key skills you need to succeed in today’s highly competitive international job market.
Oxford Brookes is among the world's top universities in 13 subject areas (QS World Rankings by Subject 2020) and 94% of our research is internationally recognised.
We create and deliver our own courses that help you develop your study skills, subject knowledge and academic English to prepare for your chosen degree.
There is a range of financial support available to help you pay tuition fees and living costs.
Did you know that everyone coming to study full-time at Oxford Brookes can apply for our halls? We guarantee accommodation for students who make us their firm choice and apply by the deadline.
Our student ambassadors are here to give you an inside look at every aspect of life at Oxford Brookes. Chat with them about workload, making friends, living in Oxford and anything else you want to know more about.
Immigration advice in the UK is regulated and ISAT's International Student Advisers are the University's designated immigration advisers.