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The staff of Oxford Brookes University, Brookes Union and students at Oxford Brookes University.
This Charter describes the mutual expectations and responsibilities of the staff and students at Oxford Brookes University. Collectively, we are committed to the delivery of an outstanding student experience, the further development of world-class research, making a positive contribution to our wider community and creating sector-leading, high quality services for the future. The Charter is a joint document that was created and is maintained by the University and Brookes Union.
Daisy Hopkins, President of Brookes Union 2020/21 Professor Alistair Fitt, Vice-Chancellor Oxford Brookes University
To describe our values, we have agreed four guiding principles.
The Students’ Union, known as Brookes Union, exists to support, represent and inspire the students of Oxford Brookes. We are a member-led organisation, which means we exist for the students of Oxford Brookes and all students of the University are automatically members.
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Our Brookes Charter gives a summary of our aspirations and expectations for each other at Oxford Brookes University. It is not, however, a legally binding contract and it is not intended either to define or limit the legal rights and responsibilities of Oxford Brookes University, Brookes Union and each student. All students should ensure that they are aware of all documents published by the University and Brookes Union which relate in any way to being a student and/or a member of Brookes Union, including the University Regulations, and all regulations, policies, procedures, protocols and guidelines issued by the University and/or Brookes Union from time to time.