United States of America

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Welcome to our community

At Oxford Brookes, we are delighted to welcome international students from across the world. Students from the United States have been coming to Oxford Brookes for many years. Oxford is an ideal student city. Close to London and well connected but also bursting with things to do, see and experience, you’ll enjoy the best of both worlds. 

If you have any questions about studying at Oxford Brookes, you can speak with the representative for your region or chat with one of our current students. Our International Guide will give you an overview of what you can study at Oxford Brookes.  

Meet your country advisor

Rob Batchelor

Based in Oxford, UK

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. 

Find out more about what scholarships are available to you. 

Entry requirements

Undergraduate minimum entry requirements

  • High School Diploma with minimum of 3.0 GPA.
  • Oxford Brookes University has decided to remove the SAT and ACT as mandatory entry requirements, meaning we are now test optional.

Postgraduate minimum entry requirements

  • A four year bachelor degree with a minimum GPA of 2.7.
  • Please check the individual course listing and use the equivalency table 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. 

Oxford Brookes University participates in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program. Please read through the information provided here before starting the application process. You may find the process very different to applications made to US schools.