Monday, October 21, 2019

Oxford Brookes University, UK Scholarship of £2,000

Oxford Brookes University automatic scholarship of £2,000

Oxford Brookes University, UK will be offering a brand new scholarship for international students starting in September 2020. Confirm your place by 15 April 2020 to secure an automatic scholarship of £2,000 towards paying your tuition fees!

We know that moving to a new country can be a challenge, and we believe that good preparation is an important factor in student success. In order to encourage our students to be well prepared for their new life in the UK, we will be offering a brand new scholarship to support students who confirm their places early.

Oxford Brookes University UK Scholarships
Oxford Brookes University UK Scholarships


To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet or exceed the University's published entry requirements, and you need to accept and confirm your place by 15 April 2020. This includes payment of any deposit where relevant. The scholarship is only available to new full-time undergraduate and postgraduate international fee-paying students enrolling in September 2020.*

Full details will be announced in October 2019, please check back then to find out more!

Living Costs

The amount of money you will need for living costs will depend on your course and lifestyle. The table below gives an example of the cost of living for a student at Oxford Brookes in 2019/20. The costs will vary significantly from student to student, so you should think realistically about what you will spend.

Example Breakup of 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.
£140
Telephone **£10
Internet (included in most hall fees)£5
Transport in Oxford (Brookes bus included in most hall and tuition fees)£10
Food£65
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£318
Total monthly expenditure£1,378
Total annual expenditure for a 35 week course (September to May)£11,130
 Total annual expenditure for a 52 week course (eg postgraduate study)£16,536

About University

Oxford Brookes University began life as the Oxford School of Art in 1865. It occupied one room on the ground floor of the Taylor Institution in the centre of the city.

Five years later the School of Science was incorporated. Classes in a range of scientific and technical subjects were available. As well as evening classes in the University Museum. In 1891 the School was taken over by the Technical Instruction Committee (part of Oxford City Council), and renamed Oxford City Technical School.

John Henry Brookes became Vice-Principal of the Oxford City Technical School and Head of the School of Art in 1928. Over the next 30 years he worked on the development of the institution. His goal was to make education available to all.

In 1949, the School moves to a 25-acre site in Headington. Brookes referred to the move as 'setting foot in the Promised Land'. Lord Nuffield laid the foundation stone six years later. Over the years there were more merges and name changes. Finally in 1992 it was named Oxford Brookes University.

Today, Oxford Brookes University is a thriving community of staff and students. Committed to helping our students achieve their potential. And to become graduates prepared for fulfilling and valuable lives.

Full Address

Oxford Brookes University
Headington Campus
Oxford
OX3 0BP
UK
+44 (0) 1865 741111

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