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  • Properties just for Oxford Brookes University students

    These are properties that are owned by Unite Students, but that are let directly through Oxford Brookes University

  • Just a five minute walk from Oxford Brookes University, Dorset House is Oxford's newest student accommodation development. Offering a mix of 4,5 and 6 bed cluster en-suite rooms and a number of studios, Dorset House is the perfect place to live if you are looking to share with friends, or have your own space.
    • 1.8 miles from city centre

    • 313 beds

  • Beech house is just a 5 minutes' walk from Oxford Brookes main campus. Right outside the property you will find bus stops to both Harcourt Hill and Wheatley campus. All students are provided with a free bus pass. 2 minutes’ walk up the road you will find central Headington, buzzing with shops, pubs, restaurants, banks and supermarkets. Buses to central London and airports stop in central Headington and run an around the clock service.
    • 1.8 miles from city centre

    • 167 beds

  • New for September 2019

    Brand new for September 2019, Parade Green is a located close to bus stops for the BROOKESbus routes to the Headington Campus and Marston Road site. All students are provided with a free bus pass.
    • 2.4 miles from city centre

    • 887 beds


About Oxford

What can you look forward to in Oxford?

null Students

Oxford is the home of the University of Oxford, the oldest university in the English-speaking world, its buildings feature some of the most impressive architecture in the country. Beyond the academic heritage, Oxford has an exciting cosmopolitan centre with a busy calendar of events and festivals.

null Sporting spotlights

Oxford Brookes University Centre For Sports gym is on the Headington Campus and offers many activities and facilities to keep you fit.
Oxford is also the home of Oxford Saints. Formed in 1983, the Saints are one of the oldest American Football teams in the UK. If the English game is more your scene, Oxford United play at the Kassam Stadium.

null Evening entertainment

There are many great bars, pubs and local interests close by. Student favourites include The Bridge bar on Hythe Bridge Street, Atomic Burger and Las Iguanas on Park End Street.

null Foodie focus

If you're looking for familiar names, the areas around George Street and Gloucester Green feature many popular chain restaurants including Nandos, Yo! Sushhi and Gourmet Burger Kitchen.
For a taste of the independent offerings in the city head for East Oxford and Cowley Road for some of the best India and Bangladeshi food in the city.

null Culture corners

There are many fascinating Oxford tourism hotspots like museums, towers and monuments many of which are free – so take advantage of everything Oxford has to offer. If it’s sunny then why not go punting or take a relaxing river cruise? Or why not climb to the top of one of Oxford’s towers and witness the breath-taking views!