Students from Nigeria have been coming to Oxford Brookes for many years and we currently have many Nigerian students enrolled at the University.
We are one of the UK's leading modern universities, and with our innovative teaching methods and the support we offer our students you will achieve results that are internationally respected and a degree that will open doors in the global employment market. Students from Nigeria have been coming to Oxford Brookes for many years and we currently have many Nigerian students enrolled at the University.
We welcome students from many faiths and have a downloadable Muslim Student Guide with information about the Muslim community here in Oxford and at the university.
We are now offering a brand new scholarship to support students who accept their places by 15 April 2020. You can find out more here.
Our International Officer in Nigeria
Patrick Chukwuma manages our Nigeria office. He is an Oxford Brookes alumni and studied our Public Health course. Please contact our Nigeria office if you would like:
- an individual appointment to discuss Oxford Brookes
- guidance on the study options available to you
- personal support during the application process
- to request a pre-departure briefing
- to find out who our local representatives are.
We attend a number of higher education events around Nigeria, so we look forward to meeting you soon. If you have any questions, please contact Patrick on firstname.lastname@example.org or +2348061552252.
Hear from our students
Subomi, a student from Nigeria who is studying our LLB Law, talks about how she became interested in Oxford Brookes University and her love of criminal law.
Enterprise Education for Employability in Nigeria project
Dr Sola Adesola, Senior Lecturer in International Management, Strategy & Law at Oxford Brookes was interviewed by NTA news following the 'Enterprise Education for Employability' final project conference in Lagos, Nigeria.
View the interview on Youtube
The project was an initiation between Oxford Brookes University and Pan African University and was funded by the British Council as part of the 'Education Partnership for Africa' initiatives.