Backing for the pan-regional partnership unlocks access to up to £2.5m in government funding for the partnership to support its priorities in delivering sustainable growth and environmental enhancements for the region.
The University gained world recognition in 16 subjects this year, three more than the previous year. And it’s Hospitality & Leisure Management subject retains a spot in the top 20 globally.
A team of experts have investigated how carbon labelling can influence businesses and consumers in reducing their carbon footprint.
The 18-month project is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council as part of UK Research and Innovation’s rapid response to COVID-19.
Students on practical courses who need to access specialist facilities and equipment will be returning to campus in March and April, in line with the Government’s latest guidance.
The new centre is a part-Government funded project delivered in collaboration with Oxford Brookes University to promote entrepreneurship and support start-up businesses in the county.
The university’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Alistair Fitt joined leaders from across Oxford to support the aspiration to achieve net zero carbon emissions as a city by 2040.
The majority of students at both universities have been asked not to return to Oxford, except for those studying specific courses relating to medicine, health, education and social work.
The newly-released report undertaken by Oxford Brookes Business School has shown a sharp rise in the estate’s contribution to the local economy.
The innovative cancer diagnostics company was identified from eight start-ups as a promising solution to the NHS and UK life science’s needs.
Oxford Brookes University and the University of Oxford are offering students free and fast COVID-19 tests so that they can travel home safely this Christmas to friends, families and the community.
Oxford prepares for the safe return of university students with a range of measures to help keep students, staff and residents safe.