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With a Brookes course you are safe in the knowledge that you are studying for a well recognised qualification taught to the highest standards expected in higher education.
In the last seven years National Teaching Fellowship Awards have been given to nine Brookes staff for outstanding teaching across a range of subjects.
All our courses are carefully designed by experienced academics to meet the needs of students. They work in partnership with knowledgeable, industry-informed college teaching staff to ensure delivery of degree-level learning. All are passionate about their subject and making it accessible to others.
Oxford Brookes prides itself on inspiring students to expand the way they think and explore their subject. Many of its academics are internationally recognised trailblazers in their subject area - whether it be in the sciences, humanities, technology or other fields.
UCAS describe a foundation degree as… a degree level qualification which combines academic study with workplace learning. Designed in association with employers, they are qualifications to equip people with the relevant skills, knowledge and understanding to achieve academic results as well as improve performance and productivity in the workplace. A foundation degree is the equivalent of two thirds of a full honours degree and is a fully flexible qualification allowing students to study part-time or full-time to fit their lifestyle. UCAS (the undergraduate admissions portal)
We offer over 30 foundation degree courses, many at a number of our partner colleges. They include Computing, Graphic Design, Motorsport Engineering, Veterinary Nursing and many more. In many subject areas, you can 'top up' with a final third year, to graduate with a full honours degree.
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You may not need traditional qualifications to get onto a course - work experience, previous learning and a desire to study all count when we consider your application.
Not only will you enjoy the great facilities and learning resources at your college, but as a Brookes student, you will be able to take advantage of our university resources and services - both online and on campus.
For example, you can enjoy access to our extensive online library and membership of the students union.
If you are studying in one of the colleges local to Oxford Brookes - or if you are on campus - you also have access to facilities such as the sports centre, the social learning spaces, eateries and library in our award-winning John Henry Brookes Building, and our careers centre.