Oxford Brookes University Undergraduate
Oxford Brookes University's popularity with students increases year on year. Why? Its national and international reputation for excellence in learning, teaching and research must be one reason. Consistently high ratings in the University Guides published in the UK press might be another. And then there's the seal of approval from the results of government teaching quality and research assessments in which top marks have been achieved in a number of areas. In addition, the University was awarded a prestigious Queen's Anniversary Prize in February 2001 for its MSc course in Development Practice which trains humanitarian professionals to work with victims of war disaster and urban poverty. But what does this mean to Oxford Brookes students? Well, they receive the very best in higher education and employers recognise this. Oxford Brookes is one of the top UK universities for graduate employability. It has a steady reputation for preparing students for their future careers while providing vital links with industry, professional organisations, business and the public sector. Postgraduate courses are designed not only to expand and develop knowledge but to be applicable to the real world.