• UK Recruitment and Partnerships

    The UK Recruitment and Partnerships team run a wide range of events aimed at learners in the UK. We aim to help individuals achieve their aspirations, support their attainment and raise awareness of Higher Education. We work with young people at all key stages of education, from Year 5 to Year 13/2nd year college. We also provide support to adult learners.

    The range of activities we offer are designed to support the work of schools and colleges in order to complement the needs of your institution. Below you can find more information about the activities and events we run, ranging from summer schools and mentoring to workshops and talks. We can also organise bespoke events such as personal statement workshops and guided tours of the university.

    Please contact us and we will be happy to discuss these with you.

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      Experience Brookes

      Experience Brookes 2018 will be taking place on 11 January 2018. Click for more details.

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      Step Up Conference

      Find out about our event for students of African Caribbean and Asian descent.

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      Magna Carta Project

      Lots of activities and resources for teachers as part of our celebration of the Magna Carta's 800th anniversary.

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      An exciting interactive residential for year 12 students studying Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics.

    • Kick up the Arts

      Kick up the Arts

      Get your creative juices flowing at this year's exciting Arts Residential event for year 12 students

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      Teachers' and Advisers' Conference

      Our team host and participate in teachers' and careers advisers’ conferences to provide information, advice and guidance on higher education.

    • Mentoring


      Find out more about our mentoring schemes which help Oxford's young people achieve their potential at school and beyond.

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      Brookes Engage

      Year 12 students take part in a series of regular activities and events all designed to help them get into university and work.

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      OAYP Graduation

      A graduation ceremony held at Oxford Brookes to celebrate the achievements of participants of the Oxford Association of Young People.

    • Passport Day

      Passport Day

      A chance for students in year 10 to visit the university and find out about higher education through a series of fun activities.

    • school and college visits


      Find out more about Oxford Brookes and higher education by requesting a visit to your school/college.

    • Parents' Conference 2013

      Parents' Conference

      A great event for Oxford state school students in year 10 and their parents.

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      UCAS conventions

      Come and see us at a UCAS Exhibition near you.

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      Animal Behaviour and Welfare summer school

      This summer school gives Year 12s an ideal opportunity to experience what it is like to be an Animal Behaviour student at Oxford Brookes.

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      Equine Science summer school

      This summer school gives year 12s an ideal opportunity to experience what it is like to be an Equine Science student at Oxford Brookes.

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      Residential events

      Experience life as a university student! This is a year 9 residential event.

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      Brookes Youth Summer University

      A free summer event for looked-after children in years 11, 12 and 13 wanting to find out more about university.

    • CSI


      Cool Science Investigators provides a free outreach service to educate and inspire school children and to raise awareness and enjoyment of science in schools. Find out more and register here.

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      University Time Capsule

      An exciting primary school project to raise awareness of higher education for year 5 students.