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If you have a disability (including a medical or mental health condition), dyslexia or a specific learning difficulty such as dyspraxia, dyscalculia or AD(H)D, contact the student
Dyslexia/SpLD Service. Bring any medical letters or diagnostic evidence of your disability, dyslexia or specific learning difficulty with you. The
evidence should be in English or with an official translation. If you would like an advice appointment to arrange your support, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01865 484653.
We will arrange support for a range of general learning situations such as recording lectures, mind mapping software or special exam arrangements without charge. You will need to plan how you are going to pay for any personalised support, for example
a carer or a note taker. The University or the UK government cannot pay for this.
Upgrade Academic Skills Development
welcomes all Brookes students for advice on maths and statistics, Academic English or study skills. Students on courses from foundation to PhD level are welcome to see an Upgrade tutor for advice.
Upgrade is a friendly, confidential service where you can get advice on a wide range of issues including understanding the task, planning, researching and structuring essays and assignments. Upgrade also has many online resources.
Prepare for success
is an interactive site, with video stories and activities to help you get ready for living and studying in the UK. It includes film clips of international students at Brookes.
offers support, friendship, hospitality and information to people of all faiths and none. We keep details of churches, mosques, temples and other faith communities in Oxford. Regular Christian services are held in the Multifaith Chaplaincy Rooms in
the Buckley Building and in theCatholic Chaplaincy (London Road), and in the chapel on Harcourt Hill Campus. Friday Prayer is said in Headington every Friday.
To meet the Chaplains on another campus,please send us an email. The Chaplains run discussion groups, worship, meditation, and ore, and all activities are open to everyone.
There are dedicated prayer and quiet rooms on each campus. The University has a team of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Chaplainsand benefits from good relationships with other local faith communities.