Two Oxford Brookes University students are among the country’s first to begin a fully funded motorsport scholarship, thanks to a grant from a charity founded by seven-times Formula 1 World Drivers’ Champion, Sir Lewis Hamilton MBE HonFREng.
Abingdon & Witney College opened their new Net Zero Skills Hub last week, with a launch event at their Abingdon campus. Attended by over 60 employers and stakeholders including those from the construction, building, building services and sustainability industries, the event was an exciting opportunity to view the new training centre and to hear from experts about the importance of training for solving the climate emergency.
Oxford Brookes University has once again performed strongly in Research England’s Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF), an annual national-level assessment of how universities benefit the economy and society.
Shrewsbury Colleges Group (SCG) was formed in August 2016 through the merger of Shrewsbury Sixth Form College and Shrewsbury College. SCG is one of Shropshire’s largest employers, with strong values and a solid workforce of more than 600 staff.
Two delegations of senior representatives from Oxford Brookes University recently travelled to China and Kenya to attend graduation ceremonies at Chengdu University of Technology and Nairobi Hospice. In both countries, students were awarded dual degrees from their home university and Oxford Brookes.
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