Your Brookes offer

Here's everything you need to know before making a decision on your offer

Accept your offer

Congratulations! You've received an offer of a place to study at Oxford Brookes University.

Our students love Oxford Brookes and we’re sure you will too. On this page, you’ll find the information you need to accept your offer and find out more about life here at Oxford Brookes.

Our offer to you

Applicant Days

There's no better way to confirm whether Oxford Brookes is the place for you than visiting us in person.

Join us at an Applicant Day and find out what student life is really like at Oxford Brookes by:

  • Experiencing the courses you’re interested in at our subject-specific talks and activities.
  • Chatting to our dedicated staff and incredible students.
  • Learning about your accommodation options and meeting our finance and wellbeing teams to find out how we can support you.

Accommodation guaranteed

When you make Oxford Brookes your firm choice university, you will be able to start planning your accommodation options for when you study here. We guarantee accommodation for students who confirm our offer and apply by the deadline*.

*Terms and conditions apply.

Financial Support

If you’re a UK student, we have a range of financial support that you can combine with your student loan to support you through your time at Oxford Brookes. If you’re from a lower income household, you could be eligible for the Oxford Brookes Bursary, worth up to £3,000 per year.

If you are an international student, you could be eligible for a scholarship worth £2,000 towards your tuition fees if you accept your offer and pay your deposit by 15 April 2022. Find out more about the scholarships we have in place for international students below.

Why choose Oxford Brookes?

Our students tell us that they love our supportive staff and first rate facilities. Our strong links to industry mean excellent placements and opportunities to prepare you for your future career. The city of Oxford is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the UK, with a vibrant and cosmopolitan community. It’s a great place to live, with a strong and active student population. Oxford is well connected to the rest of the country with excellent bus and train networks and the M40 nearby, so it’s easy to visit home or explore other cities such as London, Bath or Bristol.

Top tips

  • We will keep in touch with you by email and send you timely information to prepare for the start of term. Add the domain brookes.ac.uk to your safe senders list so that all our emails come through to you.

  • Need some advice? Why not book an individual call with our friendly admissions team?

  • For the latest information and guidance relating to Covid-19, please visit our Coronavirus webpages for applicants.

Oxford really has something for everyone, but don't just take our word for it. Discover what our students love most about being a student in Oxford.

How to accept your offer

Applied via UCAS?

Now that you have received your offer, you can either accept your offer as your first choice (firm acceptance), accept it as your second choice (insurance acceptance), or decline. To respond to your offer, simply log into your UCAS account, visit ‘Your choices’ and reply to our offer.

Applied directly to Oxford Brookes?

If you applied directly to Oxford Brookes, you can log into our applicant portal to accept your offer.

Discover our halls

Getting your very own place can be one of the most exciting parts of university life. At Oxford Brookes University we offer a wide range of accommodation to suit all needs. They’re all situated close to bus routes, making it easy for you to get around the city and to your lectures.

Check out our accommodation pages for full details.

Better yet, why not take a virtual tour or click on our video playlist on the right.

Your journey starts here

Going to university isn’t just about developing academically. You will grow personally too, developing new life skills, confidence, and making connections that will last a lifetime.

Hear from Tori, Romel, Edward, Patrick and Joseph about their experience at Oxford Brookes.

Life outside of lectures

From societies to sports, from part-time work to city life, we’ve gathered a few videos to show you what life is like at Oxford Brookes.

Sport and societies at Oxford Brookes

Whether you’re a gym-user or a quarterback, a rower or a cricketer, Brookes sport has a team for you. Looking to try something new? Brookes Union has over 100 societies you can join, from dancing to EDM.

Part-time work

Getting a part-time job whilst studying is not only a great way to earn some extra money, it’s also a good way to learn new skills and make new friends. Join Catrin as she discusses part-time work opportunities in Oxford.

A view to Oxford

Oxford is a great place to live, with a vibrant and active student population. Join Casey as she takes you on a tour of all of her favourite places - from restaurants on the Cowley Road, to fascinating museums.

Getting around the city

Join Ore as she travels around and discovers the best ways to visit all that the city has to offer. From Brookes’ own U1 and U5 bus services, that connect the campuses, to the city bikes and the Oxford Tube to London.

Campus and facilities

Our Oxford campuses are located around the city and are all connected to each other and the city centre by the BROOKESbus service. Harcourt Hill Campus is to the west of Oxford, Headington Campus is on the eastern side of the city and Wheatley Campus is in a village seven miles east of the city centre.

Explore the campus

Our on-site campus tours are the best way to find out if Oxford Brookes is the right place for you. Explore our award-winning academic and social spaces, check out our lecture halls and workspaces and walk through our state-of-the-art library, sports facilities, cafes and more.

Can’t get to our campus? Check out our virtual tour! Explore our campuses and facilities, watch our 360 videos, check out the teaching rooms, students’ union, social learning spaces, places to eat, and accommodation.

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