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Free end of semester Covid-19 tests for students with no symptoms
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All students are invited to join in this initiative to nurture confidence to engage in conversations about race, racism and anti-racism among the wider University community.
We are piloting a series of informal webinars, each led by a Brookes colleague with lived experience and/or related expertise. Events in Semester 1 will take place via Zoom on Tuesdays, 5.30 to 6.30pm. Find out more »
Find everything you need to know about the 2020/21 exams and Covid-19 on our Exams website.
#PurpleLightUp starts on 3 December - look out for the Lloyd Building and the Centre for Sport! If you’re unable to visit the campus, we’ll be sharing images of the #PurpleLightUp on social media.
Want to get the most out of your time at Brookes?
Here are five ways to get involved to enhance your academic, personal and social life.
Get off to a good start at Brookes, build your confidence and develop the qualities and skills you need to succeed.
Do you have an idea for a project that would have a positive social or environmental impact?
Reach new horizons, stand out from the crowd and develop new skills by sharing and publishing your research.
Develop your interests, gain new skills & enhance your employability through the BrookesEDGE app.
Network with professionals, share experience with other students and support your local community.