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Oxford Brookes University (50)

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Oxford Brookes University, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane, Oxford OX3 0BP, UK

Overview

Oxford Brookes is a vibrant, modern university that attracts international students from more than 130 different countries worldwide.

More than 3,000 students from around the world choose to study at  Oxford Brookes every year and we continue to value the academic and cultural contributions that you make to the university.

  • About Brookes

    The leading modern university in the UK for the tenth year running.

  • Oxford and the region

    Located in the beautiful city of Oxford, one of the world's great student cities.

  • Teaching and learning

    Internationally recognised for our high quality, innovative teaching and learning methods.

  • Your career

    Respected by employers and our degree programmes are designed with your future career in mind.

Expenses

BreakdownWeekly expenditure
Accommodation 
(Based on the average cost for a self catered room (non-ensuite and ensuite) in halls of residence. Includes cost of heat and water. See the university's accommodation pages for specific prices.
£135
Telephone £10
Internet (included in Hall fees)£5
Transport in Oxford (Brookes bus included in most tuition fees)£10
Food£55
Household goods (toiletries, cleaning products, laundry etc)£10
Leisure / sport / hobbies£35
Books / stationery£10
Insurance (included in hall fees*)£3
Other expenses (eg haircuts, gifts clothes, make sure you have enough money to cover emergencies)£30
Total weekly expenditure£303
Total monthly expenditure£1,313
Total annual expenditure for a 35 week course (September to May)£10,605
 Total annual expenditure for a 52 week course (eg postgraduate study)£15,756 

 

Tuition Fees for International Students

Standard degree courses

Standard coursesYear
of study
Full-timePart-time /
additional module
Sandwich or
work
placement year
All undergraduate courses not listed as specific courses in the tables below2012£11,000£1,375 per module£3,290
All undergraduate courses not listed as specific courses in the tables below2013£11,400£1,425 per module£3,420
All undergraduate courses not listed as specific courses in the tables below2014£11,900£1,480 per module

£3,560

All undergraduate courses not listed as specific courses in the tables below   2015£12,400£1,550 per module£3,700

Business degree courses

Course

Year
of study

Full-time

Part-time /
additional
module

Sandwich or
work
placement
year

All Business courses

2012

£11,200

£1,400 per module

£3,290

Courses as above

2013

£11,600

£1,450 per module

 £3,420

Courses as above

2014

£12,100

£1,510 per module

£3,560

Courses as above

2015

£12,600

£1,575 per module

£3,700

Accommodation

In recent years Brookes has invested heavily in its student residences. This means that more than half of our hall accommodation is less than 10 years old, providing single study-bedrooms, many ensuite, and all with internet access.

Safe and secure

In halls you can be sure of a supportive and safe environment. All halls of residence have an on-site residence manager and hall supervisors to help and advise during the day, along with support available on-site throughout the night. Hall staff are experienced in making people feel at home and during the first weeks of semester part of their role is to arrange social activities to help you get to know those living in your hall. It is often those initial friendships you make that stay with you throughout your time at university, and long after you've left.

Study-bedrooms

Your bedroom is your home for the duration of your time living in halls. When you arrive it will be furnished with a bed-base and mattress, mattress protector, desk and desk chair, reading lamp, wardrobe and curtains. There are pinboards for posters, so you can personalise your space. Make sure to check with hall management if you want to bring additional furniture for your room. Health and Safety regulations and the University are very strict about what you can bring. Further details on what to bring, for international and EU students, are included in the Preparation and Arrival Information.

Study bedrooms are all networked so you can gain access to the internet, intranet, email and the directories where course materials are stored and almost all of our halls now have Wi-Fi.

Brookes Bus pass

All students who live in halls are provided with a bus pass as part of the halls package.
Once you have a confirmed offer of a hall place please make your bus application.

Student insurance

All students who live in halls are provided with block insurance during their time in halls. This is provided by Endsleigh Insurance and more information can be found on their website. There will be representatives at Brookes during freshers week who can assist you if you wish to add additional insurance to the basic. 

 

Overview

Oxford Brookes is a vibrant, modern university that attracts international students from more than 130 different countries worldwide.

More than 3,000 students from around the world choose to study at  Oxford Brookes every year and we continue to value the academic and cultural contributions that you make to the university.

  • About Brookes

    The leading modern university in the UK for the tenth year running.

  • Oxford and the region

    Located in the beautiful city of Oxford, one of the world's great student cities.

  • Teaching and learning

    Internationally recognised for our high quality, innovative teaching and learning methods.

  • Your career

    Respected by employers and our degree programmes are designed with your future career in mind.

Expenses

BreakdownWeekly expenditure
Accommodation 
(Based on the average cost for a self catered room (non-ensuite and ensuite) in halls of residence. Includes cost of heat and water. See the university's accommodation pages for specific prices.
£135
Telephone £10
Internet (included in Hall fees)£5
Transport in Oxford (Brookes bus included in most tuition fees)£10
Food£55
Household goods (toiletries, cleaning products, laundry etc)£10
Leisure / sport / hobbies£35
Books / stationery£10
Insurance (included in hall fees*)£3
Other expenses (eg haircuts, gifts clothes, make sure you have enough money to cover emergencies)£30
Total weekly expenditure£303
Total monthly expenditure£1,313
Total annual expenditure for a 35 week course (September to May)£10,605
 Total annual expenditure for a 52 week course (eg postgraduate study)£15,756 

 

Tuition Fees for International Students

Standard degree courses

Standard coursesYear
of study
Full-timePart-time /
additional module
Sandwich or
work
placement year
All undergraduate courses not listed as specific courses in the tables below2012£11,000£1,375 per module£3,290
All undergraduate courses not listed as specific courses in the tables below2013£11,400£1,425 per module£3,420
All undergraduate courses not listed as specific courses in the tables below2014£11,900£1,480 per module

£3,560

All undergraduate courses not listed as specific courses in the tables below   2015£12,400£1,550 per module£3,700

Business degree courses

Course

Year
of study

Full-time

Part-time /
additional
module

Sandwich or
work
placement
year

All Business courses

2012

£11,200

£1,400 per module

£3,290

Courses as above

2013

£11,600

£1,450 per module

 £3,420

Courses as above

2014

£12,100

£1,510 per module

£3,560

Courses as above

2015

£12,600

£1,575 per module

£3,700

Accommodation

In recent years Brookes has invested heavily in its student residences. This means that more than half of our hall accommodation is less than 10 years old, providing single study-bedrooms, many ensuite, and all with internet access.

Safe and secure

In halls you can be sure of a supportive and safe environment. All halls of residence have an on-site residence manager and hall supervisors to help and advise during the day, along with support available on-site throughout the night. Hall staff are experienced in making people feel at home and during the first weeks of semester part of their role is to arrange social activities to help you get to know those living in your hall. It is often those initial friendships you make that stay with you throughout your time at university, and long after you've left.

Study-bedrooms

Your bedroom is your home for the duration of your time living in halls. When you arrive it will be furnished with a bed-base and mattress, mattress protector, desk and desk chair, reading lamp, wardrobe and curtains. There are pinboards for posters, so you can personalise your space. Make sure to check with hall management if you want to bring additional furniture for your room. Health and Safety regulations and the University are very strict about what you can bring. Further details on what to bring, for international and EU students, are included in the Preparation and Arrival Information.

Study bedrooms are all networked so you can gain access to the internet, intranet, email and the directories where course materials are stored and almost all of our halls now have Wi-Fi.

Brookes Bus pass

All students who live in halls are provided with a bus pass as part of the halls package.
Once you have a confirmed offer of a hall place please make your bus application.

Student insurance

All students who live in halls are provided with block insurance during their time in halls. This is provided by Endsleigh Insurance and more information can be found on their website. There will be representatives at Brookes during freshers week who can assist you if you wish to add additional insurance to the basic. 

 

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