Best Student Accommodation, Oxford

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The historic city of Oxford is home to over 42,000 students split between 2 universities and 76 halls.

Oxford is a small city with almost a quarter of the population being students. The city is easy to explore by bike or foot but there are lots of public transport options including the BROOKESbus going between the halls of Oxford Brookes, the train station, and the city centre. In the city centre you can find the historical Covered Market as well as the large shopping centre, Westgate Oxford. There are plenty of outdoor spaces to explore like the Botanical Gardens and Port Meadow just a few minutes’ walk from the centre. Oxford is home to River Cherwell, a great place to go punting with friends when you want to have some time away from university work.

The average cost of student accommodation in Oxford is around 53% more expensive than the national average (we've tracked costs for private and uni halls over the last 12 months) whereas the cost of living is around 18% cheaper than London (Numbeo).

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