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Our partner organisations and subsidiaries

 
Please note that benefits
may vary from those in the
general OU vacancies.
 

There are also jobs available with our various partner and subsidiaries organisations.

The below provides a brief explanation about each of these OU partner and subsidiary orgainisations and their individual function related to The Open University. 

There are also some links available below for you to be able to view the vacancies that are held within
these partner organisations and subsidiaries.

OUSA website photoOUSA

OUSA photoOpen University (OU) Students Association enables students to influence how the University is run. They exist to promote Student interests and to ensure the OU is more than just a place of learning but a student community.  It’s run by students, for students via a network of local assemblies and representatives throughout the OU regions, as well as operating centrally.  For details see the OUSA website. Current vacancies are listed here.
 

Future Learn website photoFuture Learn

Future Learn photoFuture Learn is a private company (owned by The Open University) who offer a diverse selection of courses from leading universities and cultural institutions from around the world.  These are delivered one step at a time, and are accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop, to fit learning around student life. You can view details about Future Learn on the Future Learn  website.  You can view current vacancies here.
 

 

Mulberry Bear photo Mulberry Bear website photoMulberry Bear

Mulberry Bear Day Nursery and Pre-School, situated on The Open University Campus in Milton Keynes,  is committed to providing high quality childcare and education for all its children through play in an enriched environment.  You can view details about Mulberry Bear on the Mulberry Bear Day Nursery website.  You can view current vacancies here.
 

Open University Worldwide photoOpen University Worldwide website photoOU Worldwide

Open University Worldwide seeks to form partnerships with diverse institutions in the UK and internationally to assist them in offering their own educational programmes based on The Open University's course materials and methodology.  You can view details about Open University Worldwide on the Open University Worldwide website.  View current vacancies here.