Student Accommodation in Oxford, United Kingdom

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • ⭐ Are my bills included in the rent from my Oxford student accommodation?

    Most of our properties in Oxford 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.

  • ⭐ How do I find student accommodation in Oxford?

    You will find plenty of student accommodations in Oxford that are close to your uni on UniAcco. Options include studios, ensuites, flats and more. Compare options on our platform based on 80+ parameters and pick the one which suits you the best.

  • ⭐ Can I schedule a tour of my student flat in Oxford before I book?

    Of course! In order to arrange a viewing, get in touch with one of our property experts and they will arrange the same.

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Student Accommodation In Oxford

Oxford is well-known for being a student city that offers a high standard of living as well as a world-class education. Bright minds from all over the United Kingdom travel to Oxford to study at one of its prestigious universities. The city itself is also a great place to live, with a diverse range of bars and restaurants, a thriving cultural scene, and an abundance of parks and green spaces. Student accommodation in Oxford could be found at reasonable prices in the city.

About Oxford

Oxford, The City of Dreaming Spires, is well-known throughout the world for its university and historical significance. It has been a home to royalty and scholars for over 800 years, and an established town since the 9th century, despite the fact that people have lived in the area for thousands of years. Nowadays, the city is a thriving cosmopolitan metropolis. Oxford has two theatres, a diverse range of bars and restaurants ranging from chain to independent eateries, and a variety of high-street shopping options. There is no shortage of arts and artefacts that tell the storey of the city's fascinating history in this culturally rich city.

Student Housing In Oxford

When deciding where to stay in Oxford, you have a lot of options. Choosing whether to live on-campus or off-campus can be a difficult decision. On-campus student accommodation in Oxford may be more expensive than your budget, and finding a room to book can be difficult at times. Many off-campus student houses in Oxford are available within walking distance of universities. UniAcco provides some of the most popular and affordable student lettings in Oxford.

Best Places to Stay in Oxford

UniAcco offers many options of student accommodation in Oxford. The locations of these private student accommodation in Oxford are very affordable and are located close to your university radius. 

  • iQ Alice House - This student accommodation in Oxford, located near the River Cherwell, offers three stylish studios, each with a private en suite bathroom, kitchenette, and smart TV. This property provides studios that include WiFi, bills, and contents insurance. This is one of the student rooms in Oxford which is ideal, because it is close to many colleges, including the University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes University.
  • Between Towns Court - Between Towns Court provides en-suite rooms in shared apartments as well as en-suite studios with private mini-kitchens. The rooms are all fully furnished. They have a comfortable double bed, plenty of storage space, a workspace, and an en-suite shower room.
  • Slade Park - This student housing offers a variety of studio rooms. Expect a Wi-Fi connection, a study desk, and a bed regardless of the room you choose. Students have access to on-site staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Student Castle Oxford - This student accommodation in Oxford facility offers studio rooms as well as apartments. Whatever room you choose, a Wi-Fi connection, CCTV camera security, and a double bed will be provided. Students have access to on-site staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Cost of Living in Oxford

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Oxford Transportation


Oxford is home to the United Kingdom's first integrated transportation system outside of London! You may utilise any operator's bus within the Oxford Zone with the convenient SmartCard. When you're not using your SmartCard, you can lend it to someone else.


Oxford Trains now has a brand new out-of-town rail station! From Oxford Parkway to London Marylebone, there are currently two trains every hour. They are close to the student accommodation in Oxford offered by us.


Oxford presently has only one Boris-style system and several app-based dockless bike programmes.

Car Sharing:

Oxford is infamous for being car-unfriendly. As a result, if you want to get outside the ring road, you may need to use a car on occasion.

Car lift or car sharing can be the ideal solution, and as ever there are plenty of options!

Oxford Attraction

1) Oxford University's Historic Colleges

This is what everyone has come to see, and with good cause. The University of Oxford's 38 colleges are renowned, aesthetically distinctive, and perennially atmospheric. Nobody is going to see them all, therefore you must be selective. Some of our favourites are Magdalen's riverbank grandeur, Worcester's magnificent gardens, and St Catz's daring modernity. Learn more about these and other university sightseeing options on our University Sightseeing website.

2) The Ashmolean Museum

The oldest public museum in the United Kingdom is also one of the best. Its collections range from ancient Egypt to modern China, and each has been complemented by its exquisite, light-filled settings. Wind your way to the top of the galleries, then celebrate with tea, cake, and panoramic views of Oxford from the museum's rooftop Restaurant.

3) Christ Church Meadow

A gorgeous flood-meadow so exquisite that you'll have trouble believing it's in the middle of a metropolis. It's ideal for strolling, picnics, punting, running, and, most importantly, watching the University's very own herd of longhorn cattle (which, legend has it, were originally a gift from Bill Clinton). It's especially nice early in the morning, when a coating of mist typically hangs over the river.

4) The Pitt Rivers and Natural History Museums

Either of these museums would be worth a visit in its own right, but because they are both housed in the same building, they cannot be missed. The Natural History Museum's bright, colourful environs offer a welcome diversion from the Pitt Rivers' evocative dinginess. While examining the latter, make a point of seeing the cabinet of shrunken heads.

5) Punting

The classic Oxford activity is also the finest way to explore many of the city's riverbank attractions. Pack a picnic, put your phone away, and be prepared to get wet. More information and critical advice on how not to fall in may be found in our Punting Guide.