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Oxford Brookes University is one of the leading modern universities in the UK. For the third year in a row, Oxford Brookes has also been hailed as the UK’s top university in the QS Top 50 Under 50 Ranking (QS, 2020), and amongst the world's top universities in 12 individual subject areas (QS, 2019), Oxford Brookes enjoys an international reputation for teaching excellence and innovation.
We welcome nearly 18,000 students with 17% from more than 140 different countries each year (HESA 2017/18). Twenty-two percent of our diverse student population is comprised of postgraduate students, undertaking either taught master’s courses or research degrees. By choosing Oxford Brookes for your master’s, we can help you to advance your studies in a stimulating, supportive academic environment.
Oxford Brookes is committed to research excellence with 94% of our research being internationally recognised and 59% of it considered world leading (REF, 2014). Our research students benefit from a strong programme of research training led by the Oxford Brookes Graduate College, which helps organise research methodology courses and seminars, careers advice, and the Research Students’ Forum.
Visit our postgraduate webpages to browse the full range of master’s courses we offer and to learn more about the university, fees and funding opportunities, and how to apply. Whether you’re pursuing a passion, furthering your career or moving in a new direction, Oxford Brookes can offer you excellence in postgraduate study.
Our strong tradition of innovation and excellence in teaching dates as far back as 1865. The foundations of our University were laid by John Henry Brookes, whose period as Principal (1934-1956) saw the establishment of many of the academic Schools now at the heart of the University.
The Business School is one of the largest Schools at Oxford Brookes University, with over 150 academic staff, more than 2,000 undergraduates and over 500 postgraduate and research students. It has built up an international reputation through its study programmes, research and consultancy.
The Business School:
·welcomes international students and delivers some programmes with partners internationally
·attracts students from over 100 countries and offers some distance learning programmes
·has impressive independent results for teaching quality
·delivers high student employability
·complies with major accreditation and professional institution recognition requirements
·promotes, through the Enterprise Centre, links with industry nationally and internationally for research, consultancy and business education, including short courses
·organises academic staff primarily around subject interest areas into Departments