Oxford Brookes is a leading modern British university, known for its strengths in teaching, innovative approaches to learning, and its focus on employability.
We are ranked 6th in the UK for teaching (Times Higher Education Young University Rankings 2022), and among the world elite in 16 individual subjects (QS, 2022).
Oxford Brookes has a strong global reputation for teaching – we came second in the Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings 2020.
Oxford Brookes is one of the UK’s top 50 institutions (Guardian League Tables 2022).
We are based in Oxford, a vibrant student city that has centred around education and learning for centuries. We have four campuses, each with a unique feel and community in Oxford and a campus in Swindon for studying Adult Nursing.
There are four main faculties at Oxford Brookes:
● Oxford Brookes Business School
● Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
● Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
● Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment
What makes us different
At Oxford Brookes, we know that doing a degree is more than just learning something new, it’s about discovering your passion and excelling at it.
High-quality teaching lies at the heart of Oxford Brookes. We are proud to have received a host of achievements and accolades, including 11 National Teaching Fellowships for our staff.
You’ll experience different ways of learning with a mix of lectures, seminars and tutorials, plus practical and lab-based sessions.
- Oxford Brookes climbed 10 places in the last 2 years Times/Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022
- 91% of full-time students are in work or further study 15 months after graduation
- 97% of research at Oxford Brookes is internationally recognised
- 18% of our students are international from more than 140 countries
- Among the world’s top universities in 16 individual subject areas QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022
11 national teaching fellowships
£220m between 2015 and 2025 to redevelop our campuses
“The thing that sets Oxford Brookes apart from other universities has to be its facilities. The John Henry Brookes building is second to none...”