Go to the Students section
Go to the Staff section
Go to the Alumni section
Go to the Study here section
Go to the International section
Go to the About section
Go to the Research section
Go to the Business and Employers section
Go to the Support us section
You should take some time to familiarise yourself with some of the key policies at Oxford Brookes. These include:
You can find other
key policies here.
Email account and calendar
The email server used by Oxford Brookes is Google, which also hosts the calendar management system. A two-hour ‘Introduction to Google’ workshop is available for new members of staff who are not familiar with Google and its different applications.
If you have a working knowledge of GoogleMail but wish to build on this, there is an alternative workshop available for all members of staff.
Further details about Google workshops
can be found here
The telephone network at Oxford Brookes operates on an internal network. Your office phone or the phone you have access to use will have a unique four digit extension number. There is also a voicemail facility attached to each phone. To find out
more about how to use the internal phone network, as well as how to set up a voicemail account, visit the
Each member of staff has their own
which is linked to the HR system, CORE.
Your portal page will display your personal details as well as details about your position at Oxford Brookes. You will be able to access some of your personal information yourself and access your online payslips from this page. On your first day,
you will receive an email to your staff account asking you to update your bank details and emergency contact details on your portal page.
You will need your staff number and your password to access your
portal page. For further information on how to use and navigate around your portal page,
visit the Staff HR Portal Training site.
When you arrive, your manager will give you a copy of the
induction checklist. This will signpost key processes and policies you need to be aware of including information on Health and Safety.
Take some time on your first day and over your first week to work through the induction checklist. You should make sure you have completed this by the end of your probation period.