Named after John Henry Brookes, acclaimed English craftsman, artist, and educator who inspired the Oxford Brookes University, the John Henry Brookes Building is located in the Headington area in Oxford.
The John Henry Brookes Building incorporates the elements which promote enhanced teaching, collaborative learning, and research. The Abercrombie atrium has an attractive layout inspiring innovation. The Glass Tank exhibition space allows students to showcase their creative side and display their artistic achievements. The vibrant atmosphere at John Henry Brookes Building encourages student participation in the variety of events.
The John Henry Brookes Building offers quality facilities to aid the intellectual and social development of the students. It offers easy access to the amenities to students while providing an extension to the classroom and a comfortable place to take a break between lectures.
The library being central to students’ learning is well equipped with modern technological resources. It has space for nearly a thousand students at any given time.
The café within the complex allows the space for unwinding and interaction. The colonnade provides shops and health services on campus to meet the essential requirements of the students. Several catering outlets and a sports centre provide an excellent environment for both work and leisure.