Where do students live at Oxford University?

Where do students live at Oxford University?

Headington – Headington is an extremely popular location to live for students from the Oxford Brookes University as it runs straight past the main campus. It is part of the slightly more bohemian east of the city and it home to many popular student pubs.

Which Oxford colleges offer accommodation?

What rooms do colleges typically offer?

College (See note 1 below) Type Standard rental period (days)
Brasenose Single, en-suite 351
Campion Hall Flats 168
Campion Hall Single, standard 168
Christ Church Couples 330

What is Broad Street in Oxford like?

Home to two University colleges, the Sheldonian theatre, the original Blackwell’s bookstore, the first ever Oxfam shop, and us! Experience Oxfordshire; Broad Street is a little gem just waiting to be explored.

How do I find accommodation at Oxford University?

If you decide to look for accommodation outside your college or the University, Oxford has a large selection of privately-rented houses and flats available. Oxford University Students Union (Oxford SU) provides guidance on living out and can help you if you have questions or concerns about accommodation.

Why is Broad Street so important to the University of Bristol?

It is said that the University owned buildings that line Broad Street, including Balliol College, Trinity College, the Sheldonian Theatre, the Weston Library and the Museum of the History of Science, all form to make the closest equivalent to the centre of the University. So what better place to spend time learning about the city than here!?

What type of accommodation do undergraduates get?

Undergraduates are guaranteed accommodation for all the years of their course. For the first year, each Fresher undergraduate is allocated a single study-bedroom (usually with shared bathroom facilities) on the Broad Street site.