• New location for exams

    We're moving all standard written exams to the King's Centre in Oxford city centre from May 2018.

    This applies to all students with a few exceptions:

    • If you have alternative provision arrangements, your exams will be held at either Headington or Wheatley Campus. Check your Brookes email for more information.
    • If you are taking computing exams, these will be held at Wheatley Campus. 
    • Swindon based students will have exams at Swindon.

    Exam bus timetable, updated 9 May 2018

    Download timetable (PDF)

    When will this happen?

    The change of venue will apply to exams from May 2018 onwards:

    Semester 2 Exams
    Tuesday 8 - Saturday 19 May (including Saturday 12)
    Semester 1 Exams
    Friday 14 - Thursday 20 December (including Saturday 15)
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      Check PIP for your exam dates and times...

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      Catch the dedicated exam BROOKESbus service...

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      King's Centre - arrive 30 mins early

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      Best of luck with your exams!

  • What do I need to do?

    If you are taking a standard written exam at the King's Centre, follow these 3 simple steps:

    1. Check your PIP page from 12 March for the dates and times of your exams.

    2. Catch the dedicated exam bus service to get to and from the King's Centre. Alternatively, the site is located a short walk from the Oxford train station and the standard U1 BROOKESbus and other local routes. If making your own way to the venue, please ensure you allow extra travel time. 

    3. Please arrive at the King's Centre at least 30 minutes prior to your exam start time. There will be clear signposting on the day and University staff on hand to help direct you. There is a large reception area outside the exam rooms with toilets, tables and chairs, comfy sofas and refreshment machines.

    Front of King's Centre
    Exam room at King's Centre
    Atrium at King's Centre

    Where is the King’s Centre?