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Best ensuite accom for Oxford Brookes ?

I was wondering what the best accom option with an ensuite would be if I am going to be studying at Headington campus?
Original post by Anonymous
I was wondering what the best accom option with an ensuite would be if I am going to be studying at Headington campus?

Hi. Thanks for your reply.

Regarding Accommodation : There are University-managed halls are Cheney Student Village, Clive Booth Student Village, Clive Booth Postgraduate Centre, Crescent Hall, Friar Court, Harcourt Hill Hall, Paul Kent Hall, Warneford Hall and Westminster Hall.

Each halls have different prices and different contract length just to let you know The halls have staff on-site 24/7 to support students, and each hall has its own residences team and hall office. Also, you can use the oxford brookes bus to get to university from halls as well. In your first year, you just have to pay £10 administrative fee and you will be able to use it for free throughout your 3 years of course.

Here are the links if you want to have a look at the price and guide for halls . https://www.brookes.ac.uk/getmedia/3b86dc95-3a40-4c47-bdfd-aae731960a23/accommodation-where-will-i-live.pdf

I feel you might find this helpful regarding accommodation before moving in - https://www.brookes.ac.uk/student-life/accommodation/prospective-students/moving-in


My friends who live in accommodation have told me that's the university accommodation is better than private one . But in your second n third year you can definitely move out to a house with your friends. Also, since your a first year student so they will get you a room but which hall would be first come first serve based If you have enough budget, en suit would be better particularly for first year. Lastly yah I would recommend university accommodation coz you don't have to worry about bills and water and if anything happens, you can always report to the university.

Hope that helps.

kind regards,
Aloysha, Oxford Brookes student rep.
Undergraduate Centre, Oxford Brookes University
Oxford Brookes University
Oxford
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Original post by OXBStudentRep
Hi. Thanks for your reply.
Regarding Accommodation : There are University-managed halls are Cheney Student Village, Clive Booth Student Village, Clive Booth Postgraduate Centre, Crescent Hall, Friar Court, Harcourt Hill Hall, Paul Kent Hall, Warneford Hall and Westminster Hall.

Each halls have different prices and different contract length just to let you know The halls have staff on-site 24/7 to support students, and each hall has its own residences team and hall office. Also, you can use the oxford brookes bus to get to university from halls as well. In your first year, you just have to pay £10 administrative fee and you will be able to use it for free throughout your 3 years of course.

Here are the links if you want to have a look at the price and guide for halls . https://www.brookes.ac.uk/getmedia/3b86dc95-3a40-4c47-bdfd-aae731960a23/accommodation-where-will-i-live.pdf

I feel you might find this helpful regarding accommodation before moving in - https://www.brookes.ac.uk/student-life/accommodation/prospective-students/moving-in


My friends who live in accommodation have told me that's the university accommodation is better than private one . But in your second n third year you can definitely move out to a house with your friends. Also, since your a first year student so they will get you a room but which hall would be first come first serve based If you have enough budget, en suit would be better particularly for first year. Lastly yah I would recommend university accommodation coz you don't have to worry about bills and water and if anything happens, you can always report to the university.
Hope that helps.
kind regards,
Aloysha, Oxford Brookes student rep.

Oh I see, thank you so much for your advice! :smile:)

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