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The Mews, Oxford

Glanville Rd, Oxford, OX4 2SY, United Kingdom
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Communal lounge
Games tables
Outdoor courtyard

About the Property

Nestled in the heart of Oxford, The Mews Oxford, OX4 2SY offers a range of comfortable living spaces for students, including ensuites and studios. The Mews Oxford student accommodation offers an ideal haven for academic excellence, with proximity to esteemed institutions close to various educational institutions, such as Oxford Brookes University, Oxford Sixth Form College, and the University of Oxford. The Mews student accommodation Oxford stands out with its modern facilities, fostering a vibrant community. Immerse yourself in a comfortable, well-equipped environment designed for student success. With the perfect blend of convenience and quality, The Mews Oxford is not just accommodation; it's a lifestyle tailored to modern living experiences.

Located in England, UK, Oxford is a city steeped in academic excellence and cultural heritage, making The Mews Oxford student accommodation a prime choice for students worldwide. With a student population that contributes significantly to the city's vibrant atmosphere, Oxford ranks amongst the top educational hubs globally. The city's illustrious history extends to its medieval university, which has cultivated numerous leaders and intellectuals. Students residing at Oxford Mews have the added advantage of being surrounded by the city's myriad attractions, including the iconic Bodleian Library and Ashmolean Museum. The Mews accommodation Oxford is surrounded by diverse areas that contribute to the dynamic lifestyle Oxford has to offer. Glanville Road itself is a picturesque and tranquil area, providing a perfect retreat for focused study sessions. The Mews Oxford student accommodation is more than just a place to stay; it's a gateway to enriching student life in one of the most historic and intellectually stimulating cities in the world. With its prime location and thoughtful design, The Mews Oxford aims to create a home away from home for students, fostering an environment conducive to academic achievement and personal growth. The Mews Oxford is not just a haven for academic pursuits but also a gateway to the enriching experiences that Oxford offers, from its quaint bookshops and bustling cafes to serene parks and enthralling historical sites.


Designed for the modern student, The Mews Oxford blends comfort with convenience, ensuring a memorable and pleasant stay. The array of amenities offers a perfect mix of privacy and social engagement suitable for any student's lifestyle. Oxford Mews offers a range of ensuites and studios. At The Mews student accommodation Oxford, every detailed facility is tailored to enhance the living experience. The ensuite rooms are designed to provide you with the perfect blend of privacy and community living. Enjoy the luxury of your private room and bathroom, ensuring you have the space to unwind and relax after a long day of classes. Our shared kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances, perfect for cooking up a storm with your new housemates. Your room comes furnished with a 3/4 double bed, large desk, chair, bookshelves, and a noticeboard, providing you with everything you need for a productive study session. Stay cozy and warm with central heating, and keep your belongings organised with a wardrobe, bedside table, drawers, and coathooks. Experience student living at its finest with our top-notch amenities! The studios also offer many of these amenities, plus a few more, such as an oven and hob, microwave, kettle, breakfast bar & stool, and a fridge/freezer.

The common amenities further complement the individual room features, fostering a community atmosphere while providing additional facilities for recreation and leisure. The Mews Oxford offers wheelchair-accessible rooms, ensuring that all students have equal access to our facilities. The communal lounge is the heart of the community, where you can relax, socialise, and make lifelong friendships. Get ready for fun and engaging Resilife events designed to enhance your university experience and help you thrive both academically and personally. Unwind with friends over a game of pool or table tennis on our games tables, or enjoy some fresh air in our outdoor courtyard. Keep your bicycle safe and secure with our secure bicycle parking. Our laundry room provides convenient washing and drying facilities, while our on-site recycling facility helps reduce our environmental impact. Plus, rest easy knowing that your belongings are protected with contents insurance included in your stay. Experience a vibrant and supportive student community at the Mews accommodation Oxford!

Location and What's Hot?

Live at the heart of a storied city at The Mews Oxford, where every corner brings you closer to the rich tapestry of history and academia. With the prestigious University of Oxford just outside your door, enriched learning experiences beckon day and night. When the day's study at Oxford Brookes University or Lincoln College winds down, sip a well-deserved coffee at the nearby Missing Bean Coffee Roastery or unwind at Green Routes Cafe. Crave a gastronomic delight? Indulge your taste buds at Caprinos Pizza Oxford - Cowley, Everest Nepalese, and Yeti. Catch up with friends over drinks at The Rusty Bicycle and The Magdalen Arms. Fulfil daily needs with ease as major grocery chains such as Cowley Butchers & Grocery and Sainsbury's Local are a casual stroll away. If medical attention is ever required, rest easy knowing that Churchill Hospital and John Radcliffe Hospital are accessible for your well-being. Green spaces like South Park and the iconic Christ Church Meadow offer bountiful nature for mind-clearing jogs or peaceful reads.

Oxford's cultural and historical offerings, like the Ashmolean Museum, amplify the serenity within this educative domain. For an evening out, The Oxford Artisan Distillery presents spirited tastings or admires the stars from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. From grocery runs to cultural explorations, this student accommodation choice not only provides a comfortable living space but also embeds students in the dynamic rhythm of Oxford's social and cultural life. Choosing The Mews Oxford means embracing a lifestyle where convenience, community, and cultural experiences seamlessly come together. The Mews Oxford student accommodation ensures you're part of this vibrant locale, participating in the exhilarating university lifestyle with every amenity at your grasp. Encapsulating a mixture of comfort and convenience, The Mews Oxford is a premium choice for those keen on embracing student life with zeal and zest.


Navigating your way around Oxford from The Mews Oxford is a breeze, thanks to the array of public transport options at your fingertips. Whether you are attending classes at the prestigious University of Oxford or spending an afternoon exploring the city, you'll find that key transport hubs are conveniently located. Close by are various bus stops, ensuring that no matter your destination in Oxford, you will have easy access to frequent and reliable services. You can take the Shelley Road bus stop and Howard Street east bus stop. The property's advantageous location means you are also not far from vital railway stations, connecting you to locales both near and far. You can take the Oxford travel terminals and Radley train station. Embrace the ease of having such connected services so close to The Mews Oxford student accommodation, giving you one less thing to worry about as you immerse yourself in student life in Oxford.

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Wheelchair accessible rooms available
Communal lounge
Resilife events
Games tables
Outdoor courtyard
Secure bicycle parking

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where does property have accommodation?

They are based in University cities across the UK and Europe. 

Do you have summer accommodation?

They have rooms available throughout the summer months. 

How do I cancel a booking?

If you cancel your contract before the contract begins, or you want to cancel and move out early, you will be subject to their cancellation terms and charges.

Do I have to be a student to live at property?

Yes, to take out a tenancy with them you must be classed as a student in full time education with a valid student number. If you are unsure if this applies to you, please contact Reception for full definitions.

Can I live with my friends?

When making your booking you can request to share with friends. They will not hold rooms for your friends, so it is up to you to make sure your friends apply at the same time as you so that they can try to place you in a flat together.

Can two people share a room with a double bed in it?

No, all rooms are for single occupancy.

I have some requests for my room, will you guarantee them?

Please contact Reception. Whilst they will do what they can to try to meet your requests, they cannot guarantee room type, flat type, location or the profile of the other residents in your flat.

Can I live at the property for more than one year?

No, at present it is not possible for you to stay at the property beyond the first year of your studies.

What are the terms and conditions of the tenancy agreement?

A copy of the standard manage Tenancy agreement can be downloaded from website. All residents will receive a copy of their tenancy to keep upon arrival.

Can I cancel my contract before I move in?

A copy of the standard management Tenancy agreement can be downloaded from website. All residents will receive a copy of their tenancy to keep upon arrival.

Can I cancel my contract and move out early?

If you cancel your contract before the contract begins you will be subject to their Cancellation terms and charges. Cancellations will only be accepted where you meet the criteria to be released upon receipt of a completed cancellation form. Contact Reception to request a form.

If I move out early what will happen?

If another student is found to take over your tenancy management will agree to release you from your contract. You will be required to pay an administration charge. You must vacate your room and return the keys to Reception. You will be refunded any overpaid rent after you have moved out. This refund will be calculated based on the date the new tenant takes up occupation of the room not the date you move out. Should no replacement tenant be found for your room you will be liable for the rent for the duration of your Tenancy Agreement.

What do I need to bring with me on arrival?

Make sure you bring your accommodation booking confirmation with you as well as some form of ID. If you have been asked to bring any additional items when making your booking make sure you have them with you as you will need to produce them before your keys will be issued.

Will there be someone to collect my keys from?

Yes. Should no one be available at reception a telephone number will be provided for you to call.

What happens on move in day?

You will be welcomed on arrival at Reception by a member of management team. You will be asked to provide any documents or payments that are outstanding and then given a Welcome Pack containing your key, and lots of information on living at property and your room. Finally, you will be shown to your room to settle in and unpack.

What if I am not happy with my allocated room or my flatmate?

Part of the University experience is meeting people from different backgrounds, interests and cultures. They hope that you will enjoy the diversity of University life; however should you be unhappy it is worth spending some time talking to your flatmates to try to come to some mutually agreeable solution. It is usually not possible for a room move unless an empty room is available. It is important to remember that moving to University is a stressful time and that initial teething problems are usually resolved within the first few weeks.

Will I be able to change rooms after I have arrived?

It is not usually possible to change rooms after you have arrived. All rooms are allocated on 42 week contract and unless another resident also requests a room swap they would be unable to change your room.

Can I move in before my contract starts?

Accommodation is available throughout the summer period so it is possible for you to move in early provided you book in advance. Please contact Reception for details.

What cooking equipment is provided in my flat?

All flats come with a fridge/freezer, cooker, hob, microwave, toaster and kettle provided. They do not supply cutlery, crockery and pans, so you will need to bring your own. A mop and bucket is also provided.

Can I get bedding supplied?

Bedding is not supplied, so you will need to bring your own or purchase a bedding pack prior to coming to University. 

Is there a telephone in my flat?

No, propert does not have internal telephones but they do have Wi-Fi throughout so you can make calls via Skype.

How do I connect to the internet?

You will need to register with Ask4 to gain access to the internet on site. 

Is a TV provided?

TVs are provided in the kitchens of each flat.

What TV channels are provided?

They has a selection of TV channels from Freeview and Sky TV.

What facilities are there at the property?

Common Area – This is open for you to use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with a T.V. and pool table. Please just respect the area and your fellow neighbours by looking after it and popping your litter in the bins provided. They have put a lot of work into making The property a home from home help them keep it that way.

Can I park on site?

There is no parking available on site at the property. There are some on-street spaces available for visitors.

Where can I store my bike?

An external bike storage area is located in the courtyard area and storage is at the owners’ risk. No bikes may be stored within the flats.

What are the opening hours of the Management Office?

The management office is open Mon-Fri 9am to 6pm. On a weekend or Bank Holiday the office is manned by Security.

What about security?

They provide security with CCTV, electronic access control and a member of staff on site at all times, when the Management Office is not open. Their residents also have a responsibility for ensuring the site is kept secure and are asked to ensure the accommodation remains safe by not allowing access to non-residents and reporting anything suspicious to staff immediately.

How do I report maintenance?

Maintenance should be reported via your online portal or to the management staff during office hours and their caretakers will be informed. You can also contact security for any emergencies out of office hours.

How do I report emergency maintenance overnight or at weekends?

If you have a maintenance problem that needs urgent assistance when the Management Office is closed you should contact the member of staff on site, or Security. The phone number is provided within your welcome information and notice boards within your flat. The Security Officer will respond to your problem and do whatever is possible to resolve the issue, but it may not always be possible to complete the repair out of office hours.

What happens once I have reported maintenance?

Your problems will be reported through to reception and logged on your portal. The Maintenance Officer will attend to make the necessary repairs as soon as possible. Occasionally it will not always be possible to complete the repair on the first visit and a subsequent visit may be necessary. Repairs are responded to on a priority basis, please be aware that it may not be possible to attend to your problem the same day you report it, especially at busy times of the year.

Where can I do my Laundry?

A launderette is provided with washers and dryers on site. A laundry card is required which can be obtained from a dispenser in the Laundry room for a £2 deposit. Credit can be added to the card in multiples of £5 and £10 through a machine in the launderette during office hours. A wash cycle is £3.00, a drying cycle is £1.70.

Where can I collect my post?

Post boxes containing your post are located within Reception. You can collect your post 24 hours a day. Parcels and Recorded mail will be signed for by management staff without liability and will be held in the Management Office if it does not fit in your post box.

Who is responsible for cleaning my flat?

It is the Resident’s own responsibility to clean their rooms and they share responsibility for the communal area of the flat. Management Staff will conduct monthly inspections and you are expected to ensure that your room and flat is clean on these days. Failure to meet the required cleanliness standards will result in external cleaning contractors being brought in, the cost of which will be passed onto the resident(s). At the end of the tenancy the bedroom and flat must be returned in a good, clean condition to avoid cleaning charges, again it is the responsibility of all residents to ensure the kitchen and lounge are clean. The block stairways are regularly cleaned by the management staff.

Can I smoke?

Smoking is not permitted in any area within the property; this includes bedrooms, stairways and external courtyard areas.

Can I have guests to stay?

You are very welcome to have your friends and family visit, but please remember to respect the feelings of your flat mates – it’s their apartment too! Also make sure your visitors are accompanied by you at all times. If they are not they could be asked to leave the building as a security measure. You will be held responsible for your guest’s actions and the management staff reserve the right to ask any nuisance guests to leave the premises immediately.

Can I decorate my room?

You are responsible for ensuring that you leave your room and flat in the same condition that is was given to you. You will be asked to complete and return an inventory to record the condition of your room upon arrival. Marks, including those caused by blu-tac, white-tac or pins will require painting once you have left and you may be charged in line with their advertised schedule of charges.

Are there any guest rooms on site that I can book?

No, the property does not have guest rooms.

Can my visitors park on site?

Parking is not available at the propert. They are unable to offer any parking to your visitors. On street parking is limited but available and the staff can give you directions to these.

Can visitors just walk in?

Their accommodation has secure fob access only to ensure that only residents have access to the site. Visitors will need to contact Reception or yourself to gain access. All visitors should be signed in at Reception, this is for reasons of safety, security and to ensure that in the event of an emergency, Management know who is on site. Visitors must be accompanied by residents at all times whilst on site.

Can I bring a pet?

No pets of any type are permitted at the property.

What if I have a complaint?

They hope that you never have any reason to be dissatisfied with the service they provide you. However, if you have any issues that you would like to bring up with them please contact a member of staff in your management office who will endeavour to resolve the problem for you.

I do not live in the UK – how can I pay my rent?

If you do not live in the UK and do not have a UK guarantor, you will need to pay for your rent in full. You can arrange to do this either by credit/debit card, or bank transfer. Please be aware that if paying by bank transfer the bank will usually deduct charges from the amount you send them and you will need to pay the amount due before you can move in.  

Do I need a Guarantor?

All students can choose to pay in instalments as long as they can provide a UK guarantor. If you cannot provide a Guarantor you will need to pay the full years rent upon booking your accommodation.

Can I pay my rent with my student loan?

Please note that they don’t wait on student loans at Oxford and payments will need to be made on the due dates.

What should I do if I am having financial problems?

If you are having financial difficulties you should contact a member of the Management immediately. Failure to do so could result in interest charges being added to your account if you fail to pay on the due dates as well as legal proceedings being started against you and, where applicable, your Guarantor. Management staff can usually advise you of where to go to get additional financial help which will assist you in meeting your financial obligations.

Can I pay with foreign currency or travellers cheques?

They cannot accept foreign currency or travellers cheques as payment. The safest and simplest way for international students to make a payment is by Credit/Debit card or bank transfer.

How can I find out how much I owe?

You can view this information via your account on the online portal or contact a member of the Management Team who will be able to advise you of payment amounts and dates due.

What if I don’t pay?

If you don’t pay your rent daily interest may be added to the amount you owe to them. Your Guarantor will be contacted and will be asked to pay the amount that you owe. The management will commence legal proceedings against any resident who fails to pay the rent due. These proceeding will also include action against the resident’s Guarantor.

Do I need to pay council tax?

Provided you are a student in full time education you will be exempt from Council Tax.

Do I have to pay any Utility bills?

Their rents are inclusive of electricity consumption up to the value of £300 per room. Statements are issued monthly and should your share of the charges incurred by the flat exceed this allowance you will be required to make additional payments for the additional electricity consumed. No charge is made for water consumption.

Is there a charge for the internet?

A 100Mb connection is provided to your room free of charge.

Do I need a TV licence?

They does not supply the TV license for the Television in the lounge area of your flat. They do not cover any Televisions brought to site, to be used in the bedrooms. Please contact TV Licensing for further details.

How do I make an insurance claim?

Contents insurance is automatically included with your rent. Management is working in partnership with and their student insurance, Cover4Students, to provide some cover for the contents inside your room. You don’t need to do anything to activate this cover, but it is important for you to check and ensure that you fully understand the protection provided and whether it is sufficient for your needs.

  • Check your level of cover
  • Review key exclusions and limitations
  • Check your policy excess
  • Learn how to make a claim
  • Extend and personalize your cover to protect additional items such as bicycles, musical instruments and photographic equipment

What do I need to do before I move out?

You are expected to ensure that your room and flat are returned at the end of your contract in good condition. You must make sure that all areas within the flat are cleaned thoroughly and that all rubbish and unwanted items are removed from the flat to avoid any charges being incurred. Damage to the flat or missing items will be charged for in accordance with the publicised charges in Reception. You must ensure that all outstanding invoices are settled prior to your departure. A final room and bedroom check will be completed at the end of your contract, you should arrange an appointment if you wish to be present when this takes place.

How do I return my keys?

During office hours they should be returned to Reception. If you move out when the office is closed you should put your keys in an envelope with your name and room number clearly marked on it, and return them to the member of staff on duty.

If I book by myself how will you allocate me a room?

They look at the room type you have requested, your year of study, gender and any other preferences. They will try to allocate you to a flat that is suitable to your situation and preferences, however it is not always possible for them to meet your requests.

Is there somewhere to park when I am unpacking?

The proper has very limited parking on site. They suggest that vehicles unload outside the property but request that each car only stays for 15 minutes whilst you are unloading. Limited parking is available on the surrounding streets.

What Broadband packages are there?

They have partnered with Ask4. They believe that a fast, reliable Internet service is an essential requirement for any student accommodation building. With ASK4 Broadband students may choose from a vast range of packages with speeds up to 100Mb/s and no restrictions. High Speed Broadband: 4Broadband is their own nationwide fibre optic network with a dedicated connection straight to your building. You do not need a telephone line or a modem, all you need is an Ethernet enabled device. Included in the price of your rent, you will receive an incredible 100Mbps Internet service, as well as:

  • · Instant Broadband, no complicated set-up
  • · No phone line required and no connection charge
  • · High Speed Internet packages up to 100Mb/s
  • · Dedicated Ethernet connection
  • · No download limits or usage charges
  • · Dedicated 24/7 support centre.

Is there always a member of staff on site?

All their residences are staffed 24-hours a day, 7 days a week by trained caretakers, security guards or student wardens. The management office at the property is open Mon-Fri 9am to 6pm.

What options are there for me to pay my rent by?

You can pay your rent by cheque or credit/debit card. It is also possible for payments to be made by cash or bank transfer but you will need to make arrangements with the Management Office.

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Finding appropriate Oxford student accommodation can be a tedious task, but it's not difficult at all. Amber has a great deal of Oxford student housing with uber comfort available at a reasonable price. Oxford student rentals are found near many world-renowned universities like Oxford Brookes University (Wheatley Campus), Lincoln College, University of Oxford, and City of Oxford College. Ranging from luxurious student accommodations to budget-friendly Oxford student housing, the city comprises all. All the Oxford student residences are built with utmost care for comfortable stay. The city has something for everybody.  The Oxford student accommodation is further segregated into halls of residences, private halls of residences, and private housing. The Oxford student housing consists of comfortable, luxurious yet budget-friendly en-suites, studios, and shared apartments which are inclusive of all the bills. There are also housing options available for the students who are looking for short term tenancies in Oxford. It is much easier to book short term accommodation in Oxford compared to any other city in the United Kingdom.

About Oxford

Oxford is a historic city located in south-central England, United Kingdom. It is renowned worldwide for its prestigious university, the University of Oxford, which is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. The University of Oxford, founded in the 12th century, is the centrepiece of the city's academic life. Oxford is rich in historical and architectural heritage. The city is characterised by its stunning mediaeval and Gothic architecture, with many of its buildings dating back centuries. Oxford has played a significant role in the world of literature and culture. Oxford boasts numerous museums and galleries that cater to a wide range of interests. The Ashmolean Museum is the oldest public museum in the UK and houses an extensive collection of art and artefacts. Other notable institutions include the Pitt Rivers Museum, the Natural History Museum, and the Museum of the History of Science.  Oxford hosts a variety of cultural events throughout the year, including music and literary festivals, theatre productions, and art exhibitions. The Oxford Literary Festival and Oxford Film Festival are among the most notable annual events. The city is surrounded by beautiful countryside, including the Oxfordshire Cotswolds and the Chiltern Hills. This provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and picnicking. Oxford is a diverse and multicultural city, owing to its international student population and a range of residents from different backgrounds. This diversity contributes to the city's vibrant atmosphere.

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Amber provides Oxford student accommodation in all the feasible areas. The Oxford student accommodation is designed to provide you with the utmost comfort and the best-picked amenities for you. Amber knows how important it is for students to locate the ideal housing close to Universities. We provide a variety of Oxford student housing to meet the needs and preferences of students, making sure they have a convenient and comfortable living environment. The Oxford student accommodation includes single and shared rooms, suites, and non-en suite options, all of which are furnished with necessary conveniences, including on-site laundry facilities, high-speed internet, and many such. The properties are in convenient locations, so it's simple for students to navigate the city and go to classes on time. Following are some ideal Oxford student accommodation:

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4. Dorset House

5. West way Square

6. Beech House

7. The Spireworks

8. Between Towns Court

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Forget the city centre stress and exorbitant rents! Oxford student accommodation offers a surprising perk: it can actually be your wallet's BFF. Yes, you read that right. By ditching the central hustle and exploring options just outside, you could be saving serious pounds. Think about it- rent, transportation, even groceries often drop the further you venture from the heart of the city. With smart planning and a little research, you can snag a comfortable, convenient Oxford student housing closer to the university, leaving more room in your budget for fun Oxford adventures and those essential textbooks. So, roll up your sleeves, do some comparisons, and embrace the potential savings hidden in Oxford student accommodation!

1. Food: £600-£800/month

2. Gas and electricity: £200-£300/month

3. Internet & mobile phone: £180-£220/month

4. Dinner at a restaurant: £400-£500/month

5. Laundry: £70-£90/month

6. Stationery and Textbooks: £10-£40/month

7. Clothing: £50-£75/month

8. Travel (buses, trams, and trains): £30-£100/month

Student Travel in Oxford

Oxford is smartly connected to every primary transportation system within walking distance from every university and to other parts of Oxford. People can explore a wide range of transport services from the world-famous train station, buses, and friendly cabs. Amber’s Oxford student housing is within walking distance to grocery and convenience stores and easily accessible by public transport so students can live comfortably.

1. Bus: The city has very well-connected bus routes, making it the busiest in South Yorkshire. The Oxford Interchange connects areas on both national and international bus routes. First Bus and stagecoach are some of the primary bus services that run through the city. Students can use student discounts and get a weekly bus pass for under £10 or a monthly pass for £30.

2. Trams: The city administration of Oxford has developed the Oxford Tram system that connects the population from the City Centre to Hillsborough, Meadowhall Centre, and Halfway. The Supertram runs throughout the city, which students can use if they want to avoid getting stuck in street traffic. Similar to buses, a weekly pass will cost around £10, and a monthly pass will cost about £40.

3. Train Services: Oxford is well-connected to other major cities in the UK via its railway station. The Oxford Railway Station provides regular services to London Paddington, Birmingham, Manchester, and other significant cities. This makes it convenient for students and residents to explore other parts of the country or commute to nearby cities.

4. Cycling: Oxford is a bike-friendly city with a network of dedicated cycle lanes and bike-sharing schemes. Many students and residents choose to cycle as an eco-friendly and cost-effective mode of transportation. The flat terrain and compact city layout make cycling a popular choice for getting around Oxford.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Oxford

Oxford City offers so much to its residents and tourists to visit and explore. Students coming from across the world will not only get a quality education but will also get world-class exposure that will help them in their learning process. Students can explore some of the best tourist attractions over the weekend that are easily accessible from your Oxford student accommodation. The city has something to offer to everyone. If you are a book lover and love to spend your evenings around books, then visit the Bodleian Library to dive into the world of books. You can also visit the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology to understand the history of the bygone era. Another place to visit is the Oxford University Museum of Natural History to learn about history. One of the must-visit attractions is the University of Oxford, which has grabbed the centre of the limelight for many years now. Christ Church is considered one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the city and has seen a tremendous amount of public attention for many years now. Visit The Oxford Artisan Distillery to try some of the finest drinks that are made. If you want to spend an evening in between nature, then visit the University of Oxford Botanic Garden in peace. Bridge of Sighs, New College, Port Meadow, Sheldonian Theatre, and Oxford University Parks are some of the other attractions that students can explore and visit.

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1. Endcliffe Park

2. Oxford Botanical Gardens

3. The National Videogame Museum

4. Wyming Brook Nature Reserve

5. Winter Garden

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Universities in Oxford

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3. Oxford Brookes University

4. Lincoln College

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