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Publishing at Brookes is ranked consistently high and is currently 2nd in The Guardian League Tables 2019 with outstanding National Student Survey results 2017 scoring 100% for overall satisfaction.
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Publishing is one of today’s most exciting creative industries. Study publishing on its own, or combine it with another subject of your choice.
Our graduates have an excellent employment record, and all students have the opportunity to do work experience during their course.
The Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies is one of the leading institutes for publishing education in the world, with a reputation for innovation and excellence in teaching and research. BA Publishing Media at Brookes is ranked consistently high and is currently 3rd in The Guardian University League Table 2018 with outstanding National Student Survey results 2017. Our industry-led postgraduate courses are respected throughout the world. They provide you with the skills, knowledge and networks to kick start your career in publishing, or to improve your current position. All our programmes have been awarded the Creative Skillset Ticks which signposts to employers that these courses have proven links with industry and teach professional skills. The OICPS carries out academic research, professional development programmes and consultancy, enjoying an unrivalled network of contacts in Oxford, London and further afield.
Oxford Brookes University Choir and Orchestra (OBUCO) perform twice a year and open to all students, staff and the community (over 18).
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