The quality of teaching at Oxford Brookes has been recognised with 11 National Teaching Fellowships and a second-place ranking among new universities (Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings 2020).
Brookes’ teaching staff inspires their students to think critically, stretch themselves intellectually, and try out new ways of learning.
Oxford Brookes has a flourishing research community. Through their work, Brookes’ research experts help tackle the major global challenges facing society and the environment. The university enjoyed a 41% increase in research funding after the REF 2014 results, in which 94% of its research was internationally recognised.
Brookes’ extensive connections with other institutions, industry and businesses increase the scope and range of research projects.
Postgraduate students on taught courses get involved in research, too, as well as those studying for research degrees.