UK Recruitment and Partnerships is made up of 5 distinct teams that contribute to the recruitment of a diverse UK student body across Oxford Brookes’ portfolio.
UK Recruitment and Partnerships
The Access and Outreach team works with schools, colleges, teachers and individual learners to support widening access to higher education and to Oxford Brookes in particular. The team deliver a progressive programme of activity with partner schools and colleges, as well as targeted sustained outreach projects. Visit the Oxford Brookes Outreach Hub to find out more.
The University's Admissions Office leads the delivery of a fair and transparent admissions process designed to support equitable access for those students with the potential to succeed at Oxford Brookes. The Admissions Operations team assesses applications from both UK and international applicants, for all undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes. The Applicant Engagement team supports our applicants to progress through the admissions process, providing information, advice and guidance from enquiry to enrolment.
Oxford Brookes is the lead provider and home of Study Higher - a collaborative partnership of universities, further education colleges and other stakeholders. Study Higher is funded by the Office for Students as part of the national UniConnect programme, and works with schools, colleges, community groups and other organisations across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Swindon. The project works to reduce the gap in higher education participation between the most and least represented groups, and to ensure that students’ access to higher education is not limited by their background, location or characteristics. To find out more, visit the Study Higher website.
We work with a range of organisations to deliver alternative routes through to an Oxford Brookes degree. This includes foundation degrees with a focus on work-based learning, full bachelor degrees linked to local graduate employment, and higher and degree apprenticeships that allow you to combine paid work with learning at undergraduate and postgraduate level. The UK Partnerships and Apprenticeships team works closely with colleagues across the University to manage our relationships with partners, support the onboarding of new students and apprentices, and ensure that our provision meets our internal and external expectations for quality and student experience.
Our UK Recruitment team supports prospective students who are preparing to make their decisions about next steps in education to consider Oxford Brookes as a future study destination. The team delivers a busy programme of talks and workshops for schools and colleges, as well as attending HE and careers fairs across the country. The team also organises large-scale on campus recruitment events, including study days and our main Open Days. The team work predominantly with students in Year 12 upwards, as well as adults considering undergraduate and postgraduate study.
The UK Recruitment team also manages the University’s Student Ambassador Scheme, which employs current students to support a wide range of activity from outreach to graduations.