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The Headington Campus is home to Oxford Brookes University’s oldest building, Headington Hill Hall, and our newest, the John Henry Brookes Building.
The Headington Campus is made up of three sites.
Set in a tranquil mature park environment, the Headington Hill site provides some of the campus's pooled teaching facilities. Soon, we'll be starting work to create a brand new building on the site for our Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment. Marston Road is a dedicated space for the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences and is the home to subjects including nursing, midwifery and occupational therapy.
The Gipsy Lane site is home to a number of departments from across our four academic faculties and much of our teaching space at Headington, as well as the main University library. It also comprises some of our most exciting spaces, including the landmark John Henry Brookes Building and our most recently completed redevelopment project, Clerici.