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Based in the historic student city of Oxford, Oxford Brookes is one of the UK’s leading modern universities. It enjoys an international reputation for teaching excellence, innovative approaches to learning, and strong links with business and industry.
The university welcomes students from more than 140 countries around the world, and is proud of its diverse, inclusive community.
Oxford Brookes is known for great teaching, coming second in the Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings 2020. It has a well-established and growing international reputation for research, with 94% of its research being internationally recognised in the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 results.
Oxford Brookes postgraduates can soak up Oxford’s atmosphere and make the most of the city’s rich resources, which include world-class libraries, museums and galleries. The university’s main Headington campus is home to the stylish, award-winning John Henry Brookes Building, which houses the main library.
Oxford Brookes has a range of stimulating and engaging postgraduate taught courses. Its taught courses benefit from excellent teaching, helping students extend their knowledge, enhance their skills and strategically position themselves for their careers.
At Oxford Brookes, many students also undertake research degrees. Research students at Brookes join a thriving, supportive community. They benefit from expert supervision and research training in a university with a growing reputation for research excellence.
Postgraduate students can choose from full-time and part-time modes. Some courses also offer a distance-learning option. Many postgraduates successfully combine studying and working, further developing their professional skills.
Some students choose the postgraduate study that builds directly on their undergraduate degree, while others branch out in new directions. Whatever the circumstances, Oxford Brookes has a great track record of helping students gain the skills they need to be highly employable — in part, thanks to its great links with businesses and industry.
Postgraduate students have access to great facilities within Oxford Brookes and brilliant learning resources in Oxford, including world-class libraries and museums.
Tuition fees for postgraduates vary on the course. Prices for 2021/22 entry start at around £8,200 for a full-time student from the UK, and £14,900 for a full-time international/EU student. To find out more about the specific courses and fees, visit the Oxford Brookes website.
Oxford Brookes University students on Postgraduate Search say:
“Oxford Brookes is absolutely amazing! I love it! The investment in the facilities and buildings is immense and incredible. The support given academically and socially is amazing. I love everything about it.”
“The university have provided top notch education quality, the lecturers are very nice and helpful and the university is well equipped with all the amenities an architecture student would need.”