I know that colleges at Oxford are under a mile walk but, tbh, I am one of the peeps who wakes up late.So really I need just under 20 minutes preferably 10 minutes walk from accommodation to Said/Econ dep't.
Look into BNC's rooms through the internet and IMO it look like a mess - I am sort of inclining to go there but the rooms are a bit of a turn off.I based my £4000 estimation from Bristol University's accommodations (that's per year by the way). And I know that they are completely different cities but I can't find any prices for the accommodation of these colleges: Hertford, Pembroke, St Hugh's, St Edmund, St Peter's (these + Brasenose are basically the colleges that have capture my attention).
I also love to cook, so a college that offers kitchen facilities would be a bonus. And a college that allows student to sit on the grass would be great, I heard some colleges don't allow this. Call me picky but I wouldn't want to spend three years in a college that doesn't suit me or doesn't have the things that I am looking for.
Thanks for all the help.
P.S. I have read a section that tells me that you can learn new languages or improve your grammar of the English language. Does anyone know what the centre's name is?
It offers help to students who would like to improve their grasp and understanding of the English language further. It would be great if you could provide personal information i.e. experience. Thanks.