Welcome to our community

Oxford Brookes University is a very popular choice among students from Pakistan who choose to study in the UK. We attract students from over 140 countries who flourish as part of our diverse international student community. When you join us here in Oxford, you’ll feel at home in no time.

Oxford is a vibrant student city with historical architecture, inspiring museums alongside many shops, bars and cafes. Whether you love meeting friends for a coffee, enjoy exploring a museum, or prefer wandering the cobbled streets and admiring the beautiful buildings, there is something in Oxford for you.

We are known throughout the world for our innovative courses, modern facilities and strong links with businesses and industry. By studying at Oxford Brookes, you’ll gain the fundamental skills to excel in your chosen career, and graduate with the international experience that is very highly valued in today’s global job market.

We welcome students from all religions and have a Muslim Student Guide (Arabic) or Muslim Student Guide (English) with information about the Muslim community here in Oxford and at the university.

Meet your country advisor

Andrew Reader

Based in Oxford, UK

What can you study at Oxford Brookes?

Whether you’re looking to pursue your passion, further your career, or move in a new direction, we have a wide range of degrees that can help you achieve your goal. 

Popular courses

Not sure where to start? Here are some popular courses studied by students from Pakistan.

Global scholarships

We offer a range of scholarships to help make studying at Oxford Brookes more affordable. With our International Student Scholarship, international students can receive a discount of up to £2,000 off their tuition fees.

Oxford Brookes is excited to announce that students from Pakistan who are holding an offer to study a postgraduate course with us in September 2024 could be eligible for a £10,000 GREAT scholarship.

Find out more about what scholarships are available to you. 

Entry requirements

Undergraduate minimum entry requirements

  • Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) with 60% average PLUS a recognised foundation course.
  • Please check the individual course page and use the equivalency table at the link below to work out the specific requirements for your course.

Postgraduate minimum entry requirements

  • Four years bachelor degree.
  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
  • Please check the individual course page for the bachelor degree requirement and use the equivalency table at the link below to work out your specific requirement.

How to apply?

Applying to a university in the UK is a simple process - this video will show you what you need to do or you can read more about how to apply.

Oxford Brookes has representatives around the world who can advise you about study options at the University and can help you fill in an application form free of charge. If you would like help, contact one of our local agents from the list below.

The British Council also has offices worldwide and can help you find out more about Oxford Brookes and how to apply.

If you are made an offer for September 2024, you will be required to pay a minimum £3,000 deposit by 15 July 2024 to confirm your place and enter CAS Shield. An additional £5,000 top-up will be required by 29 July 2024 to receive your CAS. To ensure a smooth application process, you are encouraged to pay your deposit as early as possible, and can pay your full £8,000 deposit in one lump sum prior to 15 July 2024 if you prefer. The combined £8,000 deposit will be deducted from your first tuition fees payment and the method of payment will vary depending on how you have applied to us. Find out more about paying your deposit.


Come to one of our events and learn more about studying at Oxford Brookes as an international student. This is a great opportunity to speak to a representative about our courses, scholarships and funding opportunities, the application process and life in the UK.

We aim to meet as many international students as possible at exhibitions and visits around the world, giving you the opportunity to find out more about life at Oxford Brookes. If you're not able to attend an event or there isn't anything coming up in your country, you can contact your country advisor for information.