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Meet the First Winners of Oxbridge’s February Scholarships

Following on from their successful summer scholarship campaign and their free JobReady pack, Oxbridge have announced that they’ll be going even further in their commitment to help students who have been affected by the pandemic. This February, 10 more lucky students will be given their courses 100% free of charge.

Are You Job Ready?

With over 202,000 people having been made redundant (as of September 2020), and more people than ever applying for a single job role, Birmingham-based distance learning provider Oxbridge (@OxbridgeEdu) are asking the simple question, “Are you Job Ready?”

Oxbridge Bursary Fund Extended To £60,000 After Phenomenal Demand

Only a month after Oxbridge launched their £35,000 bursary, high demand has seen the Birmingham based distance learning provider dig deep and increase the funding to £60,000.

Oxbridge Bring Major Technology Award Home to Birmingham

Oxbridge, a leading UK distance learning college, struck Gold at the Learning Technologies Awards 2019. The provider won the Gold award for ‘Best Use of Blended Learning: UK Commercial Sector’ against top competition, raising the bar for EdTech firms nationwide while bringing glory home to Birmingham’s booming tech scene. A vibrant hub that’s fast becoming one of the top places in which to do business.

Oxbridge pioneers innovations into #AI, assistive virtual tutors and an ultra-personalised learning system

Birmingham-based digital learning provider Oxbridge today announced the launch of an enhanced brand which it describes as 'more human and enriched by technologies to bring students closer to their lifestyle goals'.

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