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Oxford Brookes opened its doors on Wednesday evening (25 November) to 150 Year 12 students from across Oxfordshire who are taking part in Brookes Engage.
Pioneering research by Professor Helen Dawes and the Movement Science Group at Oxford Brookes has led to significant improvements in exercise for people with neurological conditions, improving their quality of life.
An Occupational Therapy student at Oxford Brookes University has made a great impact in freediving across the world, which involves swimming underwater without any breathing equipment.
Oxford Brookes is delighted to announce that international rugby player Mike Brown (Harlequins and England) has agreed to act as special Ambassador for the CLEAR Trust during the 2015/16 season and beyond.
For the fourth year in a row Oxford Brookes has improved its score for overall satisfaction in a key measure of the student experience.
International students can now follow a life sciences foundation pathway if they do not yet meet the academic or English language requirements for a bachelor's degree.
Restore, a charity based in Oxford that supports people with mental health issues celebrated in style earlier this month after winning the Oxford Brookes Management of Volunteers Award.
Renowned neurologist and sporting hero Sir Roger Bannister told graduating Brookes students this week that they ‘have the power to change the world’.
Life changing research is being undertaken by students and staff at Oxford Brookes University, working to support young children with hemiplegia.
To mark the start of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Danny Newcombe, Lecturer in Sport Science and Sports Coaching and the assistant coach for the Welsh Senior Men’s hockey team at the games, talks about how our students benefit from their lecturers coaching at an elite level.