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iQ Alice House

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The Spireworks

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£265/week
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West Way Square

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£280/week
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£249/week
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Beech House

1.70 miles
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Oxford
£230/week
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Dorset House

1.73 miles
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£206/week
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Slade Park Oxford (UK)
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Slade Park

2.46 miles
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£165/week
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Between Towns Court Oxford (UK)
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The Mews Oxford (UK)
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The Mews

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The Park Oxford (UK)
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The Park

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Stonemason House Oxford (UK)
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Best Accommodation For Students In Oxford, United Kingdom

Oxford has a vibrant student community as it is one of the top study destinations in the world. The city of Oxford is flocked for its universities and affordable living. The university is what contributes to a thriving student population.

But you should know that during high peaks, there's a high demand for student accommodation in Oxford, which can pose a challenge in finding a home. That's why you should book early with University Living.

You will discover a wide range of rooms under the student housing option that will cater to your needs and budget, and the best part about the accommodations is that they are in prime areas and close to many universities.

Whether you are looking for a studio apartment, suite, en-suite room or shared student accommodation in Oxford, they range from luxury to budget-friendly prices. University Living simplifies finding the best student home in Oxford, which will be according to your requirements.

Top Demanded Student Accommodation in Oxford

Choosing suitable accommodation is essential while staying abroad; thus, you must consider a few factors. Before you decide, you need to consider the location, rent, bills and amenities, including the student housing in Oxford.

Look at the types of student accommodation available in Oxford and choose one that suits you for living and studying atmosphere:

1) Student Housing

If you want to find student rooms in Oxford, student housing caters mainly to providing a wide range of private or shared rooms; they offer these rooms at a good deal. The rooms are fully furnished with amenities and inclusive utility bills.

2) Private Student Apartment

It is common among second or third-year students looking for a more private life. The apartments are managed by professionals, offering students a comfortable living. The student apartments Oxford usually newly built, full-furnished with amenities and included bills.

The private student accommodation includes laundry, on-site maintenance, a study room, housekeeping, a study desk with a chair, bed, wardrobe, kitchenette, and many more!

3) University Halls

They are on-campus accommodation and differ from private student accommodation in Oxford. A student who wants to stay on campus chooses to stay in university halls as it is easier to transition into college life.

About Oxford city

Oxford is a youthful city with plenty of things to do for students. The campus of Oxford offers students the opportunity to join clubs or societies of interest, such as music, arts, politics, news, cultural groups, and many others.

Oxford is a student-safe city, the UK's learning center. Living in Oxford allows you to be in the knowledge economy where science, technology, and innovation thrive. You also enjoy the galleries, museums, and arts just around the corner, which will interest everyone.

Oxford is a city with only a population of 150,000, where 40,000 comprises students. Apart from being an educational city, it is also known as the city boasting its picturesque greenery, architecture, and history.

Facts of Oxford city

Oxford was not affected by the bombing of WWII

The Oxford University makes the history of Oxford city

The Oxford Dictionary comes from Oxford

Oxford is home to famous literary authors in the world

The first ever coffee house in England was in Oxford

Finest 5 areas for student to live in Oxford

1) Botley, Oxford, UK

It is a village in the country of Oxfordshire, which is an ideal student area for its affordable housing rates. The West Way Square Oxford (UK) is a suitable student accommodation in this area starting from £270/week. This area has many churches, shops, and markets, which is a decent place to reside.

2) Clement's St, Oxford

This small district in Oxford, England, has a multicultural and mixed population. This area has many open spaces to have some leisure time away from classes, such as South Park Angel & Greyhound Meadow. If you want affordable housing, iQ Alice House Oxford (UK) is a good option starting from £333/week.

3) Osney Lane, Oxford, UK

Osney Lane is a street in Oxford lined with many student housing as the universities are near this street. It's not a busy street but a safe area with good amenities and well-connected transportation links. Student Castle Oxford is one of the best student housing in this area, starting from £240/week.

4) Cowley Road

Cowley Road is a happening and fun area as it's the main shopping area of East Oxford. It has an economically and ethnically diverse population as it hosts many student populations, institution staff, etc. It is a good student area with The Spireworks Oxford (UK) as the most preferred accommodation starting from £235/week.

5) Headington

A small eastern suburb in the city is one of the largest residential areas centred upon the London Road. There are several institutions, shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants with hospitals like Nuffield and others. Student housing is also available, like the Slade Park Oxford (UK) From £165/week.

Ideal cost of living in Oxford City

Living in Oxford is more expensive than in most cities like Birmingham or Manchester. Staying in Oxford will cost you £820/month, excluding your tuition fees. The cost of student housing will range between £165/week to £333/week and they are the most affordable type of accommodation you can find in Oxford.

Please be mindful that the cost of living in Oxford will depend upon your lifestyle.

Eating out is expensive in Oxford, but it can slightly vary depending on the location and your eating habits. On average, a course meal in the mid-range will cost about £44/person. The food in local pubs and cafes might differ compared to high-end restaurants. If you like to cook meals at home and save money, it will cost on average £230/month.

Best travel transportation service in Oxford city

Oxford has excellent and well-connected public transportation like the bus and trains. You can travel anywhere using these modes of transportation. Oxford is also a bike-friendly city, and many students and the population opt to cycle to universities.

Buses: Buses are the best and easiest way of traveling within the city, town, and surrounding suburbs. A single fare cost £2.5/ride.

Trains: The trains are an excellent mode to travel to various parts of the UK, including Birmingham, London, and many other cities in the UK.

Oxford Discount Cards For Students: The best travel card for students studying in Oxford is the Student Bus Pass. It offers discounted prices to be used on public transportation to travel to educational institutions and within the city.

Oxford Tourist Attractions

1) Oxford Botanic Garden

This is an ideal place for students to visit as it is free for students with a valid ID card. If you love flora, this garden is home to many plants and flowers as it is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the UK.

2) Radcliffe Camera

Suppose you are a student studying at Oxford University. In that case, you have the perks of using your student ID as this place is reserved only for Oxfordians and those holding a Bodleian Libraries reader's card. It is an iconic place in the UK and a working library too.

3) Port Meadow

This is a large meadow in the county park in Oxford that allows you to enjoy nature and swim in the east corner of the field. It is only 1 mile from the north centre and can be reached by bike or foot.

4) South Park

If you reside in Headington Hill, this is one of the largest parks in Oxford that is accessible and the best place to spend some leisure time. The location is also a favourite location for many Instagrammers.

5) Blenheim Palace

This is a perfect place for history buffs to learn about Oxford city and its remnants. Blenheim Palace is the Duke of Marlborough's seat and Winston Churchill's birthplace.

Top universities in Oxford

1) University of Oxford

This is one of the world's oldest English-speaking universities, ranking # 3 in QS World University Rankings. They offer 62 UG and 347 PG programs and are available for scholarships. The university is home to 22,000 students, making Oxford City a young student city for its population.

2) Oxford Brookes University

It is a public university that laid its foundation in 1865 and is one of the best modern British universities. They rank # =413 in QS World University Rankings, offering 182 UG and 127 PG programs. The average tuition fee at Oxford Brookes University is $14900.

3) The City of Oxford College

It was founded in 1960 and branched out into many colleges till it received the name City of Oxford College. The colleges offer many vocational programs, and most international students come to study the English language in the college.

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Q. How to find student accommodation in Oxford ?

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University Living is a leading student housing platform where you can search, compare, and book Oxford student accommodation. You have the option to choose the accommodation based on your location, price, amenities, and other preferences that meet your needs and requirements.

Q. Types of student housing options are available in Oxford

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There's the student housing offering student rooms like studios, suites, and en-suites. Another type of off-campus accommodation in Oxford is the student apartment, which is available for all types of occupancy.

Q. Where do students stay in Oxford?

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Some of the best student housing in Oxford are iQ Alice House Oxford (UK), West Way Square Oxford (UK), Beech House Oxford, Dorset House Oxford, etc.

Q. Where is the cheapest place to live in Oxford as a student?

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Stonemason House Oxford (UK) is the cheapest student accommodation in Edinburgh. It starts from £180/week, offering fully-furnished studio rooms equipped with modern amenities and inclusive of utility bills.

Q. How much does student accommodation cost at Oxford?

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The student studio room cost £206/week; while a student en-suite cost £206/week. A private student apartment will fetch you £270/week while a shared student accommodation will cost £240/week.

Q. Are there any short term student accommodations available for rent in oxford?

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This will depend upon the property; some provide short-term rentals for weeks, months, etc. While selecting accommodation with University Living, our experts will suggest some of the short-term student housing in Oxford.

Q. Can I pay my room rent in Installments?

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You can pay your rent in three installments with a UK-based guarantor. If you do not have one, we can provide you with a guarantor. Get in touch with our experts, who will guide you in the process. You have to pay a non-refundable deposit of £100 as a security deposit and £250 for damaged deposits of the accommodation.

Q. What is the best time to book student accommodation in oxford?

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We suggest booking accommodation straight after you get that offer letter from your university. Booking accommodation early gives you discounted prices, getting the best accommodation. It's hassle-free instead of waiting for the last moment.

Q. Can I change my rooms after booking an accommodation ?

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Yes, you can change your room if you are not happy with one! We at University Living have a rent replacement service where we help you find another room. You will be assigned a dedicated staff to help you through the process and find a room in under 60 days

Q. Can I do a virtual tour of rooms before making a payment ?

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Yes, you can have a virtual tour before booking your student home in Oxford. You can make a request with our agents, and they will schedule a date and time of your convenience and get you a virtual tour of the place.

Q. Can I choose my roommate at a time to book Student accommodation in oxford?

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If you want to share accommodation with a friend, you are more than welcome to do so. You can opt for a shared student room or apartment and stay with your friend with the guidance and assistance of our agents.

Q. Is there any need for a guarantor to Book Student housing in oxford?

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Yes, if you plan to pay your rent in installments. You need to provide a UK based guarantor for assurance.

Q. Is Oxford good for student life?

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Oxford is young, with a third of the population at the age of 30. It is a cultural student city and home to two of the major two universities in the world. It offers the best quality of life for students as it has lush green landscapes and other forms of entertainment surrounding it.

Q. What is the average Cost of Living in Oxford for International students?

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The cost of living in Oxford is £1100/month. This will include rent, food, transportation, and other miscellaneous expenses. This will not include your tuition fees.

Q. Can I share my rooms with my friends?

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Yes, you can opt for a shared student accommodation.

Q. What is the cost of private accommodation in Oxford for students?

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The starting price of private accommodation in Oxford will range from £180 onward. It also depends upon the location of the place.

Q. What is the duration of rent agreement for students?

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The duration of the rent agreement for students in Oxford will be for the full academic year of the university session.

Q. What amenities do you have while booking a student accommodation in Oxford ?

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The amenities provided by student accommodation in Oxford are Furnished rooms, Laundry Room, Storage Space, Kitchen, Study Room, Common Area, Microwave, Pool Table, Vending Machine, Bicycle Storage, etc.