Oxford Brookes University

An outstanding, award-winning, modern university in Oxford today, it began in 1865 when the former Oxford School of Art was established. The university was renamed in 1992 to honour its former principal, John Brookes.

It features many courses, both undergraduate and postgraduate, in all major academic sectors, and is also renowned for its business school and its School of Architecture is one of the largest in Britain. A large diverse student body and modern, well maintained buildings, Oxford Brookes University (‘Brookes’ to the locals) stands well poised indeed to meet and exceed its impressive accomplishments to date.

Oxford Brookes University is located at four main sites across Oxford – Gipsy Lane, in the Headington area of Oxford; Jack Straw Lane, in Marston area of Oxford; Harcourt Hill, in Botley West Oxford; and Wheatley just to the East of Oxford. All sites are connected by the Brookes Bus, operated in partnership with the Oxford Bus Company, which offers discounted tickets to students living in Halls of Residence and Brookes University staff.

For more information, please see brookes.ac.uk

If you would like to stay close to Oxford Brookes University we have a number of apartments available including a contemporary and well-designed two bed, ground floor apartment or two bed, first floor apartment in central Headington. A beautifully presented two bed, first floor apartment with off road parking in Botley and an attractive one bed house with private courtyard garden and driveway parking in Marston.

For further information, contact our lettings team quoting the property reference numbers.