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Oxford Brookes’ Students’ Union has been designed with a focus on the lifestyle and wellbeing of students enrolled at Oxford Brookes. The union is a hub for student support and activity across the university, and provides them with modern social and activity spaces, in addition to financial advice and other support services.
The union is also home to more than 100 unique student societies, ranging across sports, hobbies, religious and cultural backgrounds, and more.
Oxford Brookes’ union is equipped with an independent advice service that offers students free, impartial guidance on issues ranging from academic issues to personal finance. The union also prioritises finding good accommodation and protecting students’ rights.
There are over 100 clubs and societies on offer at Oxford Brookes, all run by students, ranging from all kinds of music and sport to hobbies and pastimes from cake-making to politics.
As well as joining new groups, students can also create their own society, allowing them to demonstrate their leadership skills while at the same time meeting people who share similar interests.
Events are organised throughout the year, including club nights, trips away, debates and dinners. In recent reviews, students were full of praise for the great variety of societies on offer.
Students attending Oxford Brookes University will be able to enjoy living in the historic and world-famous city of Oxford. The city is home to a great mix of culture, innovation and heritage that together form one of the best student environments in the world.
Students will live and learn amongst great architecture, ranging from the city itself to the campus’ award-winning facilities. Oxford is home to many parks, museums, theatres, shops and restaurants so students will always find something to do. The buzz and opportunities in major cities like London or Birmingham are an easy journey away by road or rail.
It’s also just a short journey into the English countryside, offering manor houses, woodlands and other classic landscapes alongside a variety of activities and attractions.