Computing and Technology Foundation courses and degrees provide a basis for deciding what to study at degree level and the chance to make choices about your future professional education and career.

Would you like to enter a degree or higher diploma course in computing or technology but you do not have sufficient grades or appropriate mathematical or scientific A-levels (or equivalents)? A one year Foundation course at Oxford Brookes is the first step toward an honours degree.

Do you have technical skills you would like to build on? A two-year Foundation degree course at a partner college might be just what you need to improve your job prospects for a technological career.

Foundation courses at Brookes

A Foundation course is a year-long course based in the Department of Computing and Communications Technologies on the Wheatley Campus to help you reach the entry requirements needed for degree level study in a particular subject area. We offer two Foundation courses:

If you successfully complete the foundation course in Computing, you can progress directly onto one of our BSc (Hons) degree courses in computing, mathematics, or media technology.

Foundation degrees

Oxford Brookes University also partners with other further education institutions to offer Foundation degree courses.

For more information visit our Associated College Partnerships page.