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  • Headington Campus

  • Overview

    Headington Campus is home to a thriving student community living and learning in a modern, uplifting environment across three sites.

    The buildings on campus house first-rate academic and leisure facilities including collaborative work spaces, the main University library, several catering outlets and a sports centre. The student support team, based in the John Henry Brookes Building, ensures that students have access to a full range of support and advice services on campus.

    You can find out about all the services and facilities available at Headington here. Browse our department pages for more information about the academic facilities for the different subject areas based at Headington.

    Location

    Headington Campus is made up of three sites around Headington, on the eastern side of Oxford city centre. These sites are:

    • Headington Road
    • Headington Hill, just across the road
    • Marston Road, a 20 minute walk from the other two sites. Marston Road is less than a mile from the John Radcliffe Hospital, which provides excellent facilities for our healthcare students based there.

    Each site is around a 30 minute walk, or a 10 minute bus ride, from Oxford city centre. BROOKESbuses link Headington with our other Oxford campuses, all our halls of residence, Oxford city centre and the railway station.

    You can find detailed information about getting around Oxford on our travel pages, and a map showing the location of all our Oxford campuses here.

    Download a campus map

    Courses

    The subject areas based at Headington are:

    • Architecture and the Built Environment
    • Arts
    • Biological, Medical and Environmental Sciences
    • Business and Management
    • Hospitality Management
    • Humanities
    • Languages
    • Law
    • Nursing, Health and Social Care (Marston Road site - Adult Nursing also available at Swindon Campus)
    • Publishing and Communication
    • Social Sciences
    • Sport, Exercise and Nutrition (split between Headington and Harcourt Hill).

    Our courses and campuses are always developing - make sure you check the online course descriptions to find out all the details, including where each course is based.

    As part of our campus redevelopment programme, by 2020/21 the whole Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is expected to be located at Harcourt Hill Campus - find out more.

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