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University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University

In the Oxford area we are fortunate enough to have excellent educational establishments including University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University. We are delighted to give you information on our excellent employers, University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University. If you currently live in Oxford or are thinking of moving here and want to better your education or learn for fun then these are the types of courses you can expect to find at University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University.

University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University types of learning

There are a range of types of courses you can undertake at University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University including Full Time Courses, Part Time Courses, Apprenticeships, Flexible Learning, Higher Education (including HNC, HND and Foundation Degrees), A and AS Levels, Foundation Programmes (including GCSE, Key Skills and Courses for 14 to 16 year olds), International (courses for international students), BA (Hons) and BSc (Hons) and Foundation Degrees & Professional Courses. So however much time you have spare, there should be a type of learning for you.

University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University Typical Courses

There a vast number of full time courses available at University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University such Business & Administration, Computing & IT, Conservation, Equine, Foundation Programmes, Health, Higher Education, Hospitality & Catering, Motor Vehicle & Motor Cycle, Science, PE & Public Services. Part time courses at University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University include Business, Furniture Making or Restoration, Creative Crafts, Engineering, Music classes and Photography classes. Degree courses may include Adventure Education, Community Sports Coaching, Event Management, Sports Coaching and Marketing

Typical University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University Facilities

University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University commonly have fantastic modern facilities including well-equipped laboratories and classrooms, computer rooms, recording studios, catering facilities, public restaurants, beauty therapy salons, nursery nurses training centre, language suites, workshops, studying centres, an all-weather sports pitch and much more!

University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University Jobs

University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University often have an excellent range of openings and are frequently advertising for new staff. AllOxfordJobs are delighted to bring you University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University jobs when they become available. University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University jobs include lecturing jobs, secretarial jobs and catering staff. For more information please check our Teaching, Training & Education link for all the most up to date University of Oxford / Oxford Brookes University jobs.

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