Oxford Brookes offers plenty of support and advice tailored to students’ needs.
The Centre for Academic Development is the hub for learning support, offering one-to-one tutorials, group workshops and online resources. All students have a personal academic adviser and can turn to student support coordinators in their faculty. Brookes has specialist dyslexia and disability advisers, academic liaison librarians, and offers English language support.
Oxford Brookes provides a wide range of wellbeing services to help their students stay physically and mentally healthy, to supply information and advice for those with disabilities, and to offer counselling or mentoring support to help with personal issues. The services are comprehensively listed online, on the university’s support pages.
Oxford Brookes University students on Whatuni say:
“Great Support and content access for my course. Teachers are helpful and supportive within tutorials, class time and outside of class.”
“Supportive lectures and uni as a whole. The main campus has a good feel to it.”
“Extremely supportive lecturers. The course is very engaging and it’s clear that they are there to offer help when needed.”