Oxford. Oxford Business College has signed up with one more university partner in July 2022 and is getting ready to offer Business degrees from three Universities. The college has its campuses in Oxford, London, Slough and Nottingham.
After Buckinghamshire New University (BNU) and the University of West London (UWL), Ravensbourne University London is the third University that expressed confidence in the quality and facilities of Oxford Business College (OBC). Now OBC students may go for a University of West London programme, a degree from Buckinghamshire New University or a Ravensbourne University London course.
Ravensbourne University London is known for its industry focus and collaborations with the creative and digital industries to give students the skills and opportunities they need to kick-start their careers.
It is the oldest Business School in Oxford, with campuses in London, Slough, Nottingham & Coventry. The Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) recently awarded its associate membership to the College. It is CABS’s first membership to any private higher education institution in the UK.
OBC partners with leading UK universities to offer high-quality degrees in flexible formats. In addition, the College designs course schedules specifically to accommodate working people and provides a high level of personal support and encouragement to anyone who wants to change their life by furthering their education. In the Nottingham region alone, Oxford Business College provides around 2000 small business owners and working people the potential and opportunity to become skilled managers with a business degree from a reputed university.
Founded more than 37 years ago, from a humble beginning at its old campus on George Street, Oxford Business College has expanded at an unprecedented pace and now imparting quality education to more than 6000 students in different regions of the UK.