• Accommodation for current and continuing students
  • THINKING OF ACCOMMODATION FOR NEXT YEAR?

    Our Halls4All and shared housing options for continuing students for the academic year 2015/16 are all fully booked.

    If you have applied to start as a first year student in September 2015, please refer to our pages for new students, to find out what is available and when you can apply.

  • Latest news

    • The Accommodation Bureau is moving! From midday on Monday 20th July any students or prospective students with in-person questions, payments or keys to hand in or collect (shared housing) should come to our new location in the new Lloyd Building (formerly the Media Centre) opposite the Colonnade on the Gipsy Lane site. For more details please see our moving page.
    • Halls accommodation for continuing students is now fully booked and we are no longer operating waiting lists. We also currently have no shared housing vacancies for continuing students. 
    • The Accommodation Bureau is open from 9.00 am to 4.30 pm Monday to Thursday, 9.00 am to 4.00 pm on Friday and late night Wednesdays until 6pm (Semester time only). 
    • Property owners: The Oxford Brookes Accommodation Bureau is currently looking for landlords to join its housing list for the academic year starting in September 2015. We offer a hassle free service, guaranteed income, no tenants to find, no advertising costs on a part or fully managed basis. To find out more information please view our property owners page or contact Michael Molton on 01865 48 4667.

    • About us

      About us

      Find out more about the services we can offer, our opening times, how to contact us and what guidelines we work to in order to protect you

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      Halls accommodation

      If you're a continuing student, looking for halls for 2015/16 then Brookes offers affordable, quality accommodation for individuals, couples and groups

    • Shousing

      Shared housing vacancies

      The University leases a number of houses that are available for rent to students who are prepared to live as a close group constituting a household

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      Frequently asked questions

      The answers to some of the most common accommodation questions including contract queries and responsible bill paying

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      Contract terms and conditions

      Example contracts for University managed houses and the H1 form if you are leaving the University

    • Advice

      Advice

      Before signing any agreement, please make sure you are sure of its implications. Information on Tenancy Agreements, Landlord Problems or any other housing matter is available from the Brookes Union Advice Service, John Henry Brookes Building. Phone them on 01865 484770 or email: su.advice@brookes.ac.uk