Oxford Brookes University is one of the UK’s leading modern universities, and is ranked by QS as the UK’s number 1 university under 50 years old. We are home to over 3,000 international students from around 150 countries.
Industry bodies accredit many of our degrees so you gain the knowledge required by employers. You can also get exemption from many professional examinations giving you a headstart in your professional life once you graduate. Many of our courses also offer full-time work placements with leading companies giving you practical experience and networking opportunities.
The city of Oxford is the ultimate student city: the highest proportion of students and 18-29 year-olds in the UK; cafes, bars and restaurants catering to every taste and budget; multiplex cinemas, malls, theatres and world-class museums; and beautiful parks and natural spaces to enjoy and relax. You can get down to London in just one hour to see world-famous sights, and we are close to Heathrow, the country’s largest international airport.
We have recently invested £150 million in our facilities, and are currently investing a further £220 million, providing you with inspiring spaces to learn, study and socialise.
We offer support for international students on a whole range of issues including mental health, studying and learning, English language, banking and working, meeting other students, religion and much much more. We also have over 100 clubs, sports teams and student societies so you can find and explore your passion outside of class.
This course offers professional exemptions from ACCA, ICAEW and CIMA exams
On this course you will learn about the key accounting and financial elements of the complex global business world. You will develop an international perspective and excellent skills in team work, problem solving and communication, thereby becoming a well-rounded accounting graduate. You will benefit from our close links with leading practitioners and employers, which ensure that your learning experience is practical, relevant and up to date.
You will be well prepared for future employment. 93% of our students felt that as a result of their course they have improved their career prospects (NSS, 2017). The status and quality of business degrees at Oxford Brookes are illustrated by our long-standing strategic alliance with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the global body for professional accountants.
We also offer BA Accounting and Economics.
Brookes is distinctive among UK universities in teaching biological and social anthropology in tandem. Biological anthropology explores our evolutionary history, our response to environmental challenges and our relationship to the other primates, while social anthropology is the comparative study at first hand of societies and cultures all around the world.
Excellent teaching drawn from world-leading research, both in the fields of biological and social anthropology, is key to the success of this course. 95% of our students reported being satisfied with this course in the 2016 National Student Survey (source: Unistats). Brookes is home to the Anthropology Centre for Conservation, Environment and Development, and the Europe-Japan Research Centre, while other resources include the world-renowned Pitt Rivers Museum of Anthropology and World Archaeology just a mile away.
You can choose to study Anthropology by itself, or combine it with another subject. We also offer BSc Biological Anthropology and BA Social Anthropology.
Are you interested in learning French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Mandarin, or English as a Foreign Language?
This course is for independent-minded students who want a language degree that will lead to a successful international career. Through expert teaching and a unique year abroad experience, you will become a top quality linguist prepared for the world of work. You’ll pick two languages, follow a specialist pathway, and complete a substantial work placement.
In year 3 you will refine your language skills and complete a work placement abroad (or in the UK if you are studying English as a foreign language). Many competitive graduate jobs usually require 12 months’ work experience – something which you can gain on this course with a work placement of up to a year.
This BA (Hons) Architecture course gives you the opportunity to learn about the architectural design process and develop your professional skills. You will investigate the representation of ideas and the relationships between people, buildings and their communities and cities. Oxford is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, rich with the work of world renowned historic and contemporary architects, and the School of Architecture is one of the most creative and vibrant schools of architecture in the UK.
The course is shaped by experts in architectural education and its content is informed by the latest research such as digital technology, sustainability. culture and indentity, and humanitarian issues.
Confers exemption from Part 1 of the Examination in Architecture of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and the Architects Registration Board (ARB).
We also offer a BA (Hons) Interior Architecture.
Oxford is the ideal place to study the History of Art. It is home to an exciting range of museums, including the world-class Ashmolean, and a wealth of beautiful and historic buildings. We make maximum use of these resources by offering you a broad education in the histories of art and architecture, as well as giving you the chance to carry out more specialised study. Our tutors have an excellent range of expertise, with specialists in painting, drawing, prints, sculpture, architecture and art theory, and we will encourage you to develop and refine your own interests as you study with us.
We place a strong emphasis on studying works of art first-hand. You'll get to see art works in the flesh on our frequent visits to the galleries and museums in Oxford, trips to London and on our field trip to Paris.
Our friendly, close-knit team will help you get the most out of the course. One-to-one tutorials are offered on each module and you’ll be encouraged to talk to us outside of class to discuss your work and ideas. In addition, all our tutors are active researchers with strong reputations and are regularly involved with major exhibitions.
The BEng is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as an Incorporated Engineer and partly meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer. The MEng is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer.On this course you will learn engineering principles and analytical techniques, alongside gaining hands-on experience in studying vehicles and the opportunity to join one of the UK’s top student racing teams.
This course will prepare you to embark on exciting and challenging careers working for some of the world's most innovative automotive engineering companies. Our purpose-built premises house the latest industry-standard test facilities and you will benefit from our strong links with the local automotive, manufacturing and motorsports industries.
A Biology degree from Oxford Brookes University will enable you to study organisms from the cellular level right up to the level of organisms interacting with their environments. You will gain a wide range of skills including techniques for the study of DNA and proteins, evolution, developmental biology, and field-based methods for species assessment.
We also offer BSc (Hons) Human Biology.
Accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science, the Biomedical Science degree from Oxford Brookes will put you at the forefront of health-related research and development. This course is delivered with the support of leading laboratories within the Oxford University NHS Trust, and the course team includes internationally recognised scientists researching into areas such as molecular drug delivery systems, neuroscience, and DNA structure as well as parasite biology. The degree has a strong focus on modern clinical research and its integration into both knowledge and practice.
On this course you will develop the skills and understanding you need to succeed in a wide range of business careers.
This is an interactive course involving seminars, workshops, business simulations, discussions and group work activities. You will explore business issues and problems in realistic contexts, allowing theory to be examined through interesting and challenging scenarios. A key theme of this course is for you to develop your own perspectives, critical awareness and sensitivity to diverse global perspectives and values.
In your first year you will study a range of modules and this will enable you to make informed module choices in your second year.
We also offer Business and Human Resource Management; International Business Management;or Business, Enterprise and Entrepreneurship offering you maximum flexibility which you can switch to after your first year.
What is good communication? How is the cultural environment evolving, and what do these changes mean for all of us living in today’s digitally connected, media-saturated society? What role do communication, media and culture play in the construction of our identity?
Communication and information keep the modern world alive. On this course you will study the forces that shape the media, creative and cultural industries and gain the specialist analytic and creative skills you need to carve out a career in them. Through a combination of theoretical and practical work, you will learn the principles of communication across a range of media and cultural contexts, and develop your own skills as an effective communicator.
Accredited by the British Computer Society
Brookes’ Computer Science course has been developed in response to real-world needs and is underpinned by research. Our internationally renowned research groups have close links with industry.
Computing is a dynamic and fast-moving subject that underpins most areas of modern life. Studying computer science opens up this world of opportunity. From management information systems and industrial process control to the internet and 4G phones, as a computer scientist you will be involved in shaping the world around us.
Computer Science is offered as a single honours degree preparing you for a wide variety of careers across the industry.
We also offer courses in Computing for Robotic Systems, Computer Science for Cyber Security, Information Technology Management for Business, and Software Development for Business.
Accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)This RICS- and CIOB-accredited course provides education in construction project management through four main themes: technology, management, project-based learning and practical experience. This body of knowledge and industrial experience will prepare you for a professional career in the construction industry.Oxford Brookes has extensive links with the property and construction industry sectors, and you will gain professional insight from guest lectures by leading industry figures. Many of our students are sponsored by major property and construction companies.
Criminology analyses the nature, occurrence and explanations of crime, criminal behaviour and societal responses to these phenomena.
On this course you will tackle some of the most fundamental questions behind what makes an act or action a crime and how responses to crime can be analysed from different perspectives and theoretical frameworks. You will also look at historical patterns of crime, how perspectives of crime have changed over time, and explore contemporary criminal justice and policy to crime, anti-social behaviour and disorder.
The course will include a mix of theoretical and practical work, including analytical work on crime and crime prevention. This interdisciplinary approach is central to the course, and allows you to explore criminology from three main perspectives: Crime and History, Criminological Theory and Criminal Justice policy and processes.
The BSc in Digital Media Production addresses the need for ever more highly skilled graduates. You will be grounded in the technical realities of digital film, television, video and audio production, visual effects, computer animation and the making of interactive and virtual content for distribution via new media platforms. Using state of the art facilities you will develop professional skills and experience working with real clients on real briefs.
What did it mean to perform in 1600? Why does Victorian melodrama contain characters and plots suitable for Hollywood blockbusters? On this course you’ll explore drama through a mix of historical analysis, theory and performance. You’ll study the history of British and European theatre, develop as a critical thinker and have plenty of opportunities to perform.
If you are interested in young children and how they learn and grow, this course will enable you to explore this fascinating stage of human development. Early Childhood is a crucial time for children's development. This course will enable you to examine childhood from a range of perspectives, learning about children's social and cultural experiences and gaining a deep understanding of and respect for them. We encourage you to recall your own experiences of childhood and reflect on them to develop your understanding.
The course will equip you with the professional and academic skills as well as the hands-on experience you need for a range of potential careers in Early Years. Thematic links to psychology, sociology, health and social work and issues of policy and educational practice at both national and international level are also included.
If you want a career in business, government or the not-for-profit sector as an economist, then this course will give you the knowledge, techniques and practical skills that employers are looking for. On this course you will learn about the explanation and applications of theories and principles to various real-world situations such as international trade, interest rates and the housing market.
This Economics programme will prepare you to be an economist in government and public sector organisations as well as a range of positions in the accounting, banking and finance sectors. The transferable skills you develop will also prepare you for a variety of other business careers including marketing and general management.
You will learn how to apply economic theory to the real world through case studies and the work placement scheme, visits by experts from the world of business and government and the insight provided by our highly research-active staff. You will benefit from rigorous training in quantitative skills, logical deduction, clear and concise verbal explanation and applications of theories and principles to various real-world situations. These skills are highly sought after by employers.
We also offer the following degrees: Economics, Finance and International Business; and Economics, Politics and International Relations.
In today’s fast changing world, education plays a pivotal role. This course equips you with a depth of understanding about education’s role in a diverse society, both within and beyond the UK. It takes a broad, academically rigorous approach whilst giving you the opportunity to focus on key issues in education of particular interest to you.The University has recently approved a new and innovative pathway in Education Studies: SEN, Disabilities and Inclusion (SENDI), a named award which offers you the opportunity to critically explore the experiences of children and young people who may be marginalised or excluded from traditional Educational settings. Education Studies students will be invited to consider this pathway during their first year of study.
This course will enable you to explore the field of Applied Linguistics and how language works as a complex system, and why English has become the global language of communication. You will examine the ways in which the language, and other forms of meaning and communication, are structured and used for different purposes in a range of local, national and global contexts.
Oxford is the ideal city in which to study English Language and Communication, with a vibrant literary community, and cultural and literary events taking place throughout the year. It is also a diverse city, with students and residents from a wide range of backgrounds.
Oxford Brookes has one of the best and most innovative English departments in the country. You will be taught by staff whose publications contribute to the development of English Literature. Oxford Brookes is recognised for its excellent teaching on this programme and in the National Student Survey 2016, 95% of our students reported that staff are good at explaining things (Source: Unistats).
We’re experts in Creative Writing and offer modules throughout your degree to develop these skills. Successful undergraduate students have received prizes for their work and many of our MA Creative Writing students are published authors. You can also choose to study a named degree in English Literature with Creative Writing.
There are also opportunities to develop your career with our Work Placement module and our careers services. You’ll have access to professional networks, unique resources and specialist facilities to prepare you for any career.
You can study English Literature as single honours or combine it with another course.
We also offer a BA (Hons) English Literature with Creative Writing.
Accredited by the Institution of Environmental Sciences and a pathway accredited by the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management.
In the last decade, environmental industries have experienced massive growth, creating exciting opportunities globally. From climate change to biodiversity preservation and environmental change, our graduates get involved in changing our world for the better by identifying, assessing and managing the impact of human activities on the environment.
This broad-based course explores the nature of natural environmental processes, the role of living things, and the impact and management of human activities. It provides an understanding of the science that explains how the world works, how environmental challenges arise and how we can address them.
The events industry is vibrant and fast moving, and its contribution to the economy is growing rapidly. This course reflects the diversity of the events industry by covering, for example, sporting events, music concerts, festivals, consumer fairs/shows and organisational events, such as conferences, trade shows and product launches. When you graduate you will have developed the intellectual capacity to gather, critically evaluate and synthesise information; identify, produce and evaluate sustainable events, as well as the ability to manage your ongoing personal and professional development.
On this course you will develop an understanding of the breadth and depth of the events management industry and the contribution of successful events to business, social, cultural and economic environments. You will learn how to design and deliver successful events in a variety of contexts, and to recognise their impact on business, and other environments.
This degree is underpinned by the Principle of Responsible Management Education - throughout the course you will be encouraged to consider the impact of events on the wider community.
Film Studies combines the history, theory and practice of cinema. You will study film analysis and criticism alongside practical work on scriptwriting and video production, and gain valuable insight into the workings of the film industry.
You will be taught by a team of film specialists and industry professionals with different national and cultural backgrounds, whose diverse research expertise is reflected in the breadth and scope of the curriculum.
You will develop a critical appreciation of film by studying a wide range of national cinemas, genres and topics in their historical, cultural and aesthetic contexts.
Studying Fine Art will enable you to produce challenging contemporary artworks, and investigate the role of the artist in the 21st century. This programme will develop you as an artist. On graduation your confidence, skills and knowledge will support you in your artistic practice and in the broader cultural industries.
You will be introduced to a range of media and practices that link traditional skills and approaches with alternative media such as sound, film and installation in order to develop imaginative, critical and informed fine art practice.
Your work will consider audience and context, and you will benefit from our special relationships with galleries and art organisations in Oxford. There are opportunities for an annual visit to explore contemporary art in Europe.
The course will equip you with creative, interpretive, critical and analytical skills to develop an informed understanding of contemporary art and its cultural and historical contexts. It will help you to develop into a confident, reflective and self-motivated graduate within an environment that is supportive yet intellectually challenging.
Did fascism end in 1945? What do serial killers tell us about modern society? And how can beards reflect the state of a nation?
Our History degree will take you through the events that have shaped the modern world today, including some of the great political debates that have yet to be settled. As you explore History with us you will gain a greater appreciation of how legal, political and social change comes to pass. You will learn about different societies and ideologies, such as how perceptions of masculinity have changed over time, and look at concepts such as ‘evil’ and ‘power’.
Our degree is incredibly flexible: you can choose to specialise in topics that really interest you and pick subjects you have never studied before. We offer a wide-ranging syllabus which covers topics as varied as: crime and violence, fascism and totalitarianism, the rise of America, poverty and welfare, medicine and gender, and religion and statecraft.
The Oxford School of Hospitality Management has an impressive international reputation as one of the world’s principal providers of hospitality management education. We ensure a great student experience and access to excellent graduate careers opportunities.
This course will equip you with the knowledge, skills and attributes to become an effective and ethical manager in international hospitality. The school’s reputation is maintained by the achievements of our alumni; as leaders of hospitality organisations worldwide, they help shape one of the most dynamic and innovative industry sectors
The Oxford School of Hospitality Management is ranked in the top three best hospitality schools in the world (Worldwide Hospitality Schools Award, 2016).
On the BSc (Hons) International Hospitality Management course at the Oxford School of Hospitality Management you can expect a high quality course - 98% of our students were satisfied overall with the quality of their course (NSS, 2016).
You will develop valuable work experience through a one-year paid work placement with an employer such as Marriott, Four Seasons, Dorchester Collection, BaxterStorey, British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and D&D London.
So if you have passion for hospitality and the determination to succeed, this is the right degree for you.
International Relations looks at world power relations in their material, ideational and institutional forms. You will have the opportunity to examine some of the critical issues of modern and contemporary times, such as the changing nature of international cooperation and conflict, the new character of warfare, the impact of globalisation upon states and societies and the persistence of world problems such as poverty, development, environment and human rights issues.
We are ranked in the top 20 in the UK for politics and international studies, according to QS.
We also offer BA (Hons) International Relations and Politics; and BA (Hons) International Relations, Economics and Politics.
The School of Law provides an intellectually stimulating, friendly and supportive environment in which to hone your legal skills. You will develop a thorough appreciation of the legal system and the role of law in society. You will be directly supported by internationally excellent academics and by specialist legal practitioners.
In addition to the wide range of optional modules on our LLB Law degree there are also specialist degree pathways available to you in your second and third years. This will lead to a qualification in either LLB Criminal Justice or LLB Commercial Law, all of which aim to enhance your career prospects.
We are ranked 22nd in the UK for law, according to QS.
Marketing is a dynamic and essential business function, providing the vital link between the marketplace and strategic decision making. This course reflects current academic and practitioner thinking within this field, providing you with the necessary marketing knowledge and skills to fit into any kind of organisation.
The course's academic basis will help you develop rigourous critical and analytical skills as well as an understanding of the evolution and direction of theoretical thinking in the marketing field. This culminates in Contemporary Issues in Marketing Management, a final year module which reflects the diverse range of research within the Department and encourages students to become a part of our research community.
This course shares a common first year with Business and Marketing Management. You can switch between these degrees at the end of your first year.
Accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as an Incorporated Engineer.Mechanical engineering is one of the most versatile fields of knowledge, study and practice with a wide range of great career options. From designing supersonic aircraft to microscopic robots, mechanical engineering has a major role to play.
The BEng is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as an Incorporated Engineer and partly meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer. The MEng is accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on behalf of the Engineering Council for the purposes of fully meeting the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered Engineer.
On this course you will learn to apply basic engineering principles and analytical techniques, as well as developing your understanding of the engineering design process.You will also learn about the key factors in the motorsport business, such as marketing skills, financial awareness and investment appraisal - and gain a range of transferable skills, including communication, numeracy, use of information technology, project management and team-working.To succeed on this course you should love motorsport and have an aptitude for practical engineering.
We have a very competitive Formula Brookes team which designs, manufactures and races high performance racing cars against Formula Student teams from other universities.
Studying Music at Oxford Brookes will enable you to construct a programme of work around your passions and interests. We cover popular music and contemporary composition as well as fresh and challenging approaches to classical music. Our programme strikes a balance of academic and vocational skills, preparing our graduates for a wide range of careers in the music industry and beyond.
Oxford Brookes has many music societies, offering excellent extra-curricular performance opportunities. Oxford is home to leading historic and contemporary concert venues, where you can perform and enjoy a wide range of music.
Adult nurses need to be able to demonstrate competence in the fundamentals of nursing care across the patient’s lifespan. We recognise that as the context of healthcare delivery is changing, the ability to work flexibly and inter-professionally and collaboratively in a way which is meaningful and relevant is essential.
This new and exciting curriculum is designed to give graduating Adult Nurses the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to influence improvements in practice, and support them to develop their own professional responsibility towards advancing the profession.
This three-year pre-registration BSc (Hons) degree gives you the chance to undertake an Adult Nursing course leading to registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council. The course is available part-time and full-time on both the Oxford and Swindon campuses and has entry points in September and January.
We also offer BSc (Hons) Nursing (Children); and BSc (Hons) Nursing (Mental Health).
This course is accredited by the Association for NutritionNutrition-related issues are reported almost daily in the media, and government initiatives stress the importance of improving diet and fitness levels among the UK population. This is creating a wealth of job opportunities for graduates who understand the science and other issues around food.
Our Nutrition degree at Oxford Brookes is a broad-based subject which examines issues like healthy eating, eating disorders, the politics of food and food production, food poisoning, organic foods and the use of food additives. It is designed to equip you with a special combination of skills useful in many areas of nutrition and health and some aspects of the food industry.
Approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and accredited by the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (on behalf of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists - WFOT)Occupational therapy (OT) is concerned with enhancing the daily lives of people with a very broad range of physical, mental health and social needs. As an occupational therapist you will work with people of all ages, to improve their wellbeing and quality of life.Our highly popular OT degree will equip you with the skills required to practise as a competent occupational therapist in a wide variety of health and social care environments.
Can we understand what other people are thinking? Is morality real or just a matter of opinion? Is science the only source of truth?
On this course you’ll tackle some of the most exciting and fundamental questions about human nature and our place in the world. You will not merely learn ‘about’ philosophy; you’ll be encouraged to become a philosopher in your own right.
Philosophy has a rich history, and we offer modules exploring the work of Plato and Aristotle, the Hellenistic Philosophers, Medieval Philosophy, Descartes and Hume and Kant. Alongside the history of philosophy you will also explore the philosophy of language, philosophy of science, philosophy of religion, philosophy of mind, ethics and metaphysics.
With us you will mostly study philosophy from a western, analytical perspective, but we also offer modules that look at eastern philosophy and issues around continental philosophy. There is a module in experimental philosophy, an emerging field of philosophical inquiry that tests philosophical theories through observation and experience, rather than theory or pure logic.
We are a branch of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, and we take philosophy to the wider world by organising an exciting programme of public lectures across the city. You’ll be encouraged to get involved as much as possible in Philosophy outside of your lectures and tutorials. Get involved in our incredibly popular ‘philosophy with schools’ programme, where you’ll be trained to teach philosophy to children as an enriching educational activity for a placement in a local school.
Accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS); accredited by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) when combined with the Postgraduate Diploma in Planning and the post-graduation Assessment of Professional Competence (APC)This professionally accredited course links planning and property development as they are linked in practice, giving you an expert grounding for your career. It reflects the requirement for planners to recognise the pressures for development while also examining the way surveyors and property developers need to understand the planning system and the social, environmental and political climates in which they work.
Oxford is a fascinating place to study major issues facing the development industry. It poses a tremendous challenge as it strives to develop as a 21st-century city without losing its historic heart.
The study of politics is the study of power. We start by examining the roots and nature of political activity set in the context of wider social activity. We also explores governments and types of governance, as well as the nature of power and rule under democratic and non-democratic regimes. You will have the opportunity to participate in the design of your own course of study after the first year, with guidance from your teachers, following your own areas of interests.
We also offer BA (Hons) Politics, Economics and International Relations; and Politics and International Relations.
Are you fascinated by the extraordinary capacity children have for learning, how they acquire new skills and knowledge, and how they learn to feel, do, and understand? This course will start you on a professional career that can make a real and enduring difference to the lives of individual children. It delivers the key skills needed to be an effective classroom teacher and an education leader of the future.
Our primary teacher education programmes are highly acclaimed by Ofsted. They allow you to develop expertise in how children learn and provide understanding of the full range of subjects within the primary curriculum.
Accredited by the British Psychological Society
Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour. Most of us take a keen interest in normal and abnormal personality; this flexible course gives you the opportunity to explore your interests and underpin them with a solid academic foundation.
This course will provide you with an in depth understanding of the complex interaction between mind, brain, behaviour and experience, and equip you with useful interpersonal, measurement and evaluation skills that will all help you in your career.
Accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS); accredited by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) when combined with the Postgraduate Diploma in Planning and the post-graduation Assessment of Professional Competence (APC)
This professionally accredited course links planning and property development as they are linked in practice, giving you an expert grounding for your career. It reflects the requirement for planners to recognise the pressures for development while also examining the way surveyors and property developers need to understand the planning system and the social, environmental and political climates in which they work.
Oxford is a fascinating place to study major issues facing the development industry. It poses a tremendous challenge as it strives to develop as a 21st-century city without losing its historic heart.
Property is a dynamic, multi-faceted asset and, with in excess of 50% of the global population now living in cities, the ownership and management of urban real estate is an ever growing business. This course provides both the technical knowledge and the practical skills to apply such knowledge in a constantly evolving market place, and to gain membership of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Through the integration of live projects and multidisciplinary teams students gain a valuable insight to the market making them eminently employable.
This course leads to the qualification you need in order to apply for social work registration in England with the HCPC. Our aim is for you to become a competent, resourceful and confident practitioner, able to work autonomously in multiprofessional environments.Oxford Brookes’ BA (Hons) in Social Work has a consistent track record of delivering high quality social work education. The course has been approved by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). You can study full-time over three years, or opt for part-time or mixed-mode study.
Sociology studies human social life, groups and societies. A wide-ranging subject, it analyses social relationships and social institutions, and the ways in which they shape people’s lives. Sociologists focus on many topics, ranging from global social processes to changing identities and personal relationships.
Studying Sociology at Oxford Brookes will increase your knowledge and understanding of the social world in the 21st century. Our flexible course allows you to pursue your own areas of interest within the subject.
Sport, Coaching and Physical Education is an exciting, multi-disciplinary degree which equips you with the vocational, professional and academic knowledge required for those with aspirations for a successful career in coaching and teaching.This degree requires your practical involvement in sport and physical activity in order to systematically challenge and critique the theoretical aspects of Sport, Coaching and Physical Education. Students are encouraged to gain a range of experiences throughout their time at Oxford Brookes.Students working in sport and physical education have the opportunity to impact significantly on the lives of those they are supporting and this requires thoughtful, innovative and informed practitioners which this degree aims to develop.
Endorsed by BASES (the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences); meets the requirements in topic breadth and quality to fulfil the professional requirements of BASESThere is growing evidence that exercise, whether in the pursuit of sport or health, benefits both the individual and society as a whole. Society needs professionals trained in interpreting the health consequences of our current lifestyles, as well as the more performance-focused requirements of athletes. This course provides you with both the in-depth academic knowledge and the practical skills and experience required to launch a career in this exciting field.
Oxford Brookes University was ranked 15th out of 71 institutions, up from 22nd last year, in the Guardian's University Guide 2016: league table for sport and exercise science.
The BA in Urban Design, Planning and Development (Hons) provides you with the theory and practical skills required to critically engage with the challenges of designing urban places, planning and steering processes of sustainable change and development within cities, towns and the countryside, both nationally and internationally. It gives you wide career prospects offering highly rewarding employment opportunities. The unique teaching and learning approach, based on a structure of Urban Labs, interconnected modules and study trips in the UK and abroad offers you a learning environment that helps you to make the connections between theory and practice closely matching the needs of professional practice, so that you are well-prepared to enter the job market and impact the sector with innovative, critical thinking.
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British rower and Olympic 2012 gold medalist, Dr Katherine Grainger CBE, was appointed Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University in March 2015.
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Oxford Brookes, an experience worth having. I spent my Bachelor's and Master degree at Oxford Brookes University. Why did I do both at the same University? Because I love the place. They offer really high quality education which is supported with outstanding services for the students, from great access to Library and online Data base, to IT services. Besides, all teachers that I had were extremely helpful and open the trying to solve a problem or answer any questions. I didn't get the chance to enjoy the new library in full, but it sure gives the university a much more pleasant atmosphere to work in. I remend openly Oxford Brookes University, is not only located in one of the most beautiful cities in the UK, but it also offers you a wonderful educational experience.
A brilliant University. I completed my Research and Analysis project through this University after completing ACCA Part II. It enabled me to obtain a world class degree whilst still working. Thanks so much for the opportunity available to me.
The opportunity to do a research and analysis project after completion of ACCA Part II enabled me to get a world class degree whilst studying and working in East Africa. Thanks so much for the open door - that has enabled my professional growth in every sense.
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We will refund 100% of your SchoolApply administration fee if you are not accepted to any of the universities you apply to. That's how much we believe in what we do.
Upgrading your account to Gold means you will receive all the services of the free account, and more. With a Gold account, you have access to a personal SchoolApply advisor who reviews your academic history and results, finds programs and schools for you based on your goals and career plans, and thoroughly reviews your application before submitting it. You can apply to up to three schools through SchoolApply after defining your shortlist. Once you’ve confirmed your attendance at one of the schools you applied to, SchoolApply will also help you with your visa by collecting and verifying the necessary documents, reviewing your visa application and staging a mock interview to help you prepare for the real one at the embassy.
We will refund 100% of your SchoolApply administration fee if you are not accepted to any of the universities you apply to. That's how much we believe in what we do.
The Platinum account gives you access to all the personal services of the Gold account, but goes even further. With this account, you can apply to five schools and SchoolApply will cover the application fees. Not only will your SchoolApply advisor help you with your university and visa applications, but they will also research scholarships that you qualify for, book your flights and arrange your student housing. You will also have access to a personal SchoolApply concierge throughout the entire process – they will be available around the clock to help you with anything related to university applications, documents, interviews, your visa, insurance and more.
The Founders account gives you access to all the personal services of the Platinum account, but goes even further. First, our founders will make it their personal mission to get you the best possible acceptance at a top university. Secondly, you will be counselled by top university graduates and senior executives from notable FT500 companies.
This account is by invitation only Price $3,000
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