Case Studies in teaching and learning practices at Oxford Brookes University
These graduate attributes describe the characteristics that students learning on Oxford Brookes University programmes will ideally have upon graduation. As a tool for planning and design, they represent knowledge, skills and perspectives that our graduates will have developed through studying on Brookes programmes and which can help equip them for life in the 21st century. Promoting personal development, they can prepare graduates for successful and rewarding employment.
Full definitions and further information on Brookes' graduate attributes can be found within the University's Strategy for Enhancing the Student Experience 2010-2015
The following resources describe how academics across the University have developed their programmes to include Brookes graduate attributes, showcasing and sharing examples of good practice. Case studies are presented for each of the five graduate attributes.