After you graduate we offer you three years of career support.
Oxford Brookes University's Careers and Employment Centre can help you whether you are looking for your first graduate job, a work placement, part-time/casual work or going on to further study. They can help you with interview techniques, mock interviews and career pathways. There is also an online database or 'Talent Bank' that you can access for current graduate jobs. Please note that the interview support can be virtual through skype or on the telephone.
For more details about how the Careers and Employment Centre can help you, please visit their website.
Brookes Centre for Sport
Discounted membership at the Oxford Brookes Centre for Sport.
From as little as £12.99 per month (off peak membership), alumni can access the gyms and sports hall. Other memberships are available that allow access to the Rock Solid climbing wall; health suite; heavy weights room; sunbeds; squash and badminton courts; and the astroturf pitch.
A small seminar room is available free of charge, complete with video playback facilities for coaching meetings and reunions etc. In the Centre for Sport shop, a full range of University sports clothing and equipment is available.
Contact the Centre for Sport Reception on 01865 484373 / 484374, or the Centre for Sport Shop on 01865 284371. For café, bar and meeting room enquiries call 01865 484372. Find out more on the Brookes Sport website.
Discounted membership at the Oxford Brookes Library
Alumni can continue to use the library free of charge. However if you would like to borrow up to 5 books you can register for a discounted annual alumni subscription fee of £50. However please note this doesn't include electronic access to databases or emailing.
To get your library card, you will need to follow the directions on the Library's web pages. Please note that library borrower cards usually take two working days to be processed and library services are not available until your card has been issued.
The Hand Clinic
Do you have problems with your hands? Do you have difficulty doing things you used to do, or want to do?
The Hand Clinic at Marston Road is part of Oxford Brookes University. It is the first hand clinic in the country based within a university.
The Clinic is led by a registered and experienced occupational therapist and former Brookes University OT lecturer who specialises in hand therapy together with other lecturers of the OT programme (all HCPC registered therapists), and is also a recognised provider for some insurance companies.
The Clinic is also a learning environment and, with your permission, OT and physiotherapy students will be offered opportunities to observe the Clinic consultation and treatment sessions.
Find out more by visiting the Hand Clinic website or to make an appointment contact 01865 485 250.