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Looking for a modern student accommodation in Oxford? All of our student apartments offer a unique upscale take on student living with a variety of partially and fully furnished housing options and floorplans. With Unilodgers, you get to choose from 2000+ student rooms options with amenities that will make university life better. Choose a comfortable and budget-friendly flat to live starting from £169 per week only on Unilodgers. Here are the type of student rooms available:
Shared rooms: Students share a bathroom, kitchen, and common space
Private rooms: Offer a personal study space and shared common kitchen and living room
Studio flats: Offer complete privacy with a sleeping area, study space, bathroom, and kitchen
Entire student apartment: Offers a bedroom, study space, ensuite bathroom, and wardrobe
More than 30 colleges together form the distinguished University Of Oxford, and matching their standards are some of the best student homes options that you will find on Unilodgers. As opposed to other cities, living in the city centre might prove to be a little heavier on the pocket. Instead, if you are a student of Oxford University’s Merton and Magdalen colleges then the east side neighbourhood might prove to be your best bet. For Erasmus students, living at the private student accommodation in the Jericho neighbourhood is a convenient option. Summertown is one of the most sought-after areas as it has St Hugh’s, Wolfson, and Lady Margaret Hall in proximity. You may even consider staying in Headington which is a popular location amongst the Oxford Brookes University students.
Cost of living: The student halls in Oxford totally know how to spoil new students moving to the city! It is an expensive city to live in but with Unilodgers you don’t have to worry about amenities because everything is included with the rent.
Student-friendly locations: Oxford is full of student-friendly neighbourhoods. You will find many accommodations that will meet all your requirements
Rent for students: We understand the needs of a student. Keeping that in mind, our student flats to rent starts from £169 and have offers up to £450 to make it affordable and convenient.
The nightlife scenes are also quite vibrant around with cosy cafes and hip bars being a regular hangout-spot amongst university students. The pubs here are dipped in charming history and restaurants flaunt menus that make the mouth water.
Culture and vibe: You can tour Oxford and witness beautiful English architecture that mushrooms the city, in all its glory or visit museums & galleries such as the Oxford Castle and Ashmolean museum - the first museum in the UK which also houses the Pitt River museum and exhibits art collections by many prominent artists - Leonardo da Vinci, Picasso and Michelangelo
Parks: Owing to a large number of parks, nature walks & reserves like the Oxford Botanic Garden, Mesopotamia, Lye Valley and South Park you will never run out of picnic spots or on the contrary, quiet places to read a book
Shopping: There is a something for all when it comes to shopping in Oxford. If you are looking for all the big brands, you can find them at Westgate Centre, Clarendon Centre, Cornmarket and Queen Street. The Covered Market offers everything from groceries, jewellery to endless food stalls.
Restaurants, Cafes and Bars: The Oxford student nightlife offers an impressive number of bars and nightclubs you can choose from. George Street and areas around Cowley Street are very lively and have an array of pubs; the Jericho area offers cocktail bars and a number of classy restaurants. For a club night head to the Atik – largest nightclub in Oxford, Lola Lo’s, O2 Academy and Purple Turtle. For some live music, you can head to Freud, The Cellar or The Wheatsheaf; and if you are in the mood for comedy or drama check out what’s on at The Glee Club and Catweazle Club.
Stepping out of your accommodation, you will find supermarkets, ATMs, and pharmacies within walking distance. The city is also well connected by all types of public transport so getting around when you’re in the mood to explore is easy-peasy.
Train: The Oxford Railway Station is the central railway station, with many rail links connecting Oxford to London and nearby cities. The daily standard fare for a single person is around £7.
Bus: The standard bus fare is £1.10, but it can go up to £2.30 during off-peak hours, and it includes unlimited travel for students.