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With the Word Cup 2018 due to kick off in Russia in a matter of days, research from Oxford Brookes University has been exploring the ‘sound’ of football.
Two Oxford Brookes University alumni have received the Best Fiction Short at the Cannes Film Festival this week.
The Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment at Oxford Brookes University will present award-winning student work in a series of end of year shows beginning this month.
The challenge is to create a livery design that will feature on the car for the 2018 season. The design should not only meet the objectives set out below but also be eye catching, clearly differentiate the car and be in a suitable Porsche style.
A student at Oxford Brookes University has won an award for her socially engaged artwork which highlights her personal experiences of dyslexia.
Dr Maya Nedyalkova has been awarded funding from the British Academy, the institution which champions the humanities and social sciences.
Students and staff at Oxford Brookes will present a programme of films, performances, talks and workshops exploring what makes us who we are for the Oxford Human Rights Festival 2018.
A brand new piece of public art by Oxford Brookes alumnus Saad Qureshi was unveiled at the University on Thursday 22 February 2018.