You can find any student accommodation on UniAcco, where you can compare student housing options basis price, amenities, distance from universities, features and more. Feel free to consult our super-friendly team of experts over a call, chat or email who can suggest you the top options as per your requirements. Choose from over 5000 student housing options across Oxford. Whether you are looking for private studios, halls or flats to share with other students, we have got it covered.
Oxford is a growing city with 40,000 students from two universities and with a third of the population under 30.
In extension to its educational organisations, Oxford is also home to publishing, motor manufacturing, and a high number of science and tech companies. As you might assume, there are numbers of cafes, restaurants, bars, music venues, shops, theatres, pubs and clubs contributing to this lively and metropolitan community.
You can spend the day here wandering the grounds of the Duke of Marlborough's Blenheim Palace or Complete the afternoon with tea at the beautiful Bladon Tea Rooms in Woodstock. Enjoy a lovely afternoon stroll into Oxford's Port Meadow and end at the famous Trout Inn for a meal of fish and chips. To enhance your knowledge, visit the Bodleian library system.
Also, you can get around Oxford's museums and collections that offer an essential resource for scholars from the world.
Explore some of the fantastic art available on view in Oxford, which includes Christ Church Picture Gallery and Pre-Raphaelite murals in the Oxford Union and do not forget the legendary 'Light of the World' by Edward Burne-Jones buried away in the oratory at Keble College.
Oxford is a little city, quickly travelled on foot or by bike or bus. Mostly, it is also famous as a safe city. It has Purple Flag rank, and The Complete University Guide rates Oxford in its first ten most competent student cities. Green places abound, varying from the vast expanses of Christ Church Meadow, South Park (site for many a festival), Port Meadow and Shotover Hill, the University Parks to a walk of a mile from peaceful waterside trails and many other quiet corners.
If it's fun you're looking for; then Oxford grants everything from student pub nights to stand up comedy, plays and musicals, classical concerts, several cinemas and plenty of live-music places. The autonomous Daily Info newsletter records everything running on in the city and is an excellent way to find things to do.
How do I apply for student accommodation?
Applying for student accommodation with UniAcco is very easy. Figure out which property you like, after that you can make a request to book the room or flat for the dates you need it. After clicking “Book Now”, we’ll ask you to leave your contact details so that one of our experts can call you and take you through the next steps and eventually sign the contract.
You don’t have to worry about costs as UniAcco does not charge you anything for this service, you’ll only need to pay the rent to your chosen landlord.
Can I get any options for my contract length?
Most property contracts last for one academic year. If you have a plan for a longer or shorter stay, You can contact our team and our property consultants will surely be able to provide information regarding which properties are open for different contract lengths.
Are my bills included in the rent?
This depends on the property you rent, but most of our London properties have bills included, so you're only going to pay the rent and nothing else. Remember to make sure that this is the case with the property you have chosen.
What do our different room types mean?
Ensuite: Private room with private bathroom and shared kitchen and living area.
Non Ensuite: Private room with shared bathroom, kitchen and living area.
Studio: Private room with Private bathroom as well as Private kitchen.
Standard(6 bed & 4 bed sharing): Private room with shared bathroom, kitchen and living area.
Twodio: Private room (in a 2 bedroom flat) with Private bathroom and a kitchen that is shared between 2 people.
Threedio: Private room (in a 3 bedroom flat) with Private bathroom and a kitchen that is shared between 3 people.
Twin Ensuite: Room (shared between 2 people) with attached bathroom where the kitchen and living area shared with more tenants.
Dorms: 4 or more people sharing the same dormitory.
Two Bedroom and 3 bedroom Apartments: Private rooms with Private/Shared bathrooms (varying from property to property) and a communal kitchen and living area
How safe it is to rent student accommodation in the private sector?
We cautiously choose our properties before featuring on a website. Our student accommodation providers are trustworthy and they provide housing options which are safe to use.
What is a guarantor? Do I need one?
A guarantor is a person (often a family member) that signs an agreement of being financially responsible for paying the rent in case the tenant is unable to. Many properties require a guarantor if the tenant wishes to pay the rent in instalments.
Can I schedule a tour of a property before I book?
Of course! In order to arrange a viewing of a property, we need you to complete an application form on our website. As soon as we have all your details, you can contact our booking experts and they will arrange a property viewing for you.
What if my questions are not included here?
In this case, you can directly contact our property consultants. They will be happy to help you out.