• Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment


    The Faculty has an international reputation for excellence, innovation and an ambitious desire to be recognised as one of the most exciting places to study in the world.


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    The Faculty is home to four Schools providing specialist and interdisciplinary teaching, research and knowledge transfer across a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in purpose-built facilities in Oxford. Because over a quarter of our students are from other countries, we have strong international links and friendships with individuals and institutions all across the world. International aspiration marks everything we engage in. Our Schools are:


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    Paul Inman, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Dean of the Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment

     


    ABOUT THE FACULTY

    "We have built a learning community underpinned with an understanding that innovation comes out of our students being able to take risks in a supportive environment. We encourage experimentation, playful trial and error, and academic curiosity. The results of this approach are there to be seen in the student satisfaction statistics, research rankings and graduate destinations. We work closely with our graduates' future employers and marketplaces, and understand that there is a world out there with a voracious appetite for new and exciting creative ideas welded to solid business acumen." - Paul Inman, Pro Vice Chancellor, Dean of Faculty

     

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    Athena Swan
     

    As a University, we currently hold an Athena SWAN Bronze Award and the Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment (TDE) has also achieved a Bronze Award. The Athena SWAN Charter recognises commitment to advancing women's careers in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) employment in academia. The Charter was launched in June 2005. Any higher education institution or publicly-funded STEMM-focused research institute which is committed to the advancement and promotion of the careers of women in STEMM in higher education and research can apply for membership.


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