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A marathon nine-day triathlon by two unlikely athletes has raised funds for a special gym at Oxford Brookes, helping adults and children with serious medical conditions keep as fit and healthy as possible.
Inspirational social enterprise projects have secured a total of £23,000 in a Dragons’ Den pitch event as part of the Oxford Brookes University Social Entrepreneur Awards (OBSEA).
A pioneering mentoring scheme was launched recently to help students develop their career in the competitive sports industry. Inside Track is designed to provide a valuable link into industry for the department's Sports Science and Sports Coaching students.
The Chair and Chief Executive of Health Education England toured Oxford Brookes' Faculty of Health and Life Sciences where they met students training to be the next generation of nurses, midwives, occupational therapists, paramedics and physiotherapists.
A former Brookes student in Sports Coaching and Physical Education, Michael Hopkins, has been presented with the prestigious award of Outstanding Student Prize for Sports Coaching and Physical Education.
Oxford Brookes has seen its ranking improve in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide.
Students and graduates from the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences were awarded prizes to celebrate their academic achievements at this year’s Graduation ceremonies, held at Oxford Brookes University in June.
Charlie Morris and Tom Fell represented Worcestershire when the county side played the Australians in the tourist’s final warm-up before facing England in the Ashes series.
Measurement of waist-to-height ratios are a better method than body mass index (BMI) in predicting health and well-being, research has shown.
Two second year BA Social Work students, Nadia Shakourian and Lucy Takawira recently completed their Private, Volunteer and Independent (PVI) sector placement at Bromford Support, a housing scheme for people with learning disabilities. They worked with support worker, Paula Monteiro helping her clients access the Mates ‘N’ Dates service, a specialist dating and friendship agency for adults with learning disabilities in Oxfordshire. Paula sent praise to the Agency Co-ordinator on the students’ input and professionalism.