The University comprises three main campuses (Headington, Wheatley and Harcourt Hill), as well as a site in Swindon which is the focus for adult nurse training.

We are continually investing in our campuses in an Estates programme to create further inspiring spaces for our students and staff to make community friendly campuses.

Our campuses offer excellent facilities for students and staff including on-site catering, bank, Co-op, Brookes Sport facilities, libraries, etc.

Headington Campus

The Headington Campus is made up of three sites. Set in tranquil mature parkland, the Headington Hill site is home to our School of Arts and School of Law and Social Sciences. Marston Road houses the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. The Gipsy Lane site is home to a number of different department.   The multi award-winning John Henry Brookes Building changes the face of the Gipsy Lane Site and is part of our exciting estates development strategy.

 Headington Road Campus facilities include:

A picture of one of Oxford Brookes University's buildings showing the sky and a tree

Harcourt Hill Campus

The Harcourt Hill Campus is home to a range of humanities and sports teaching and is located on a hill with green spaces and peaceful nature on the western side of Oxford, and is accessed from the A34 or via Botley.

Harcourt Hill Campus facilities include:

Wheatley Campus

Wheatley Campus is located about 7 miles from Oxford city centre. With plenty of green space you can enjoy an invigorating stroll on sunny days. There is also a good cycle path from Oxford with a dedicated entrance for cyclists at the Oxford end of the campus.

Wheatley campus facilities include:

Swindon Campus

Swindon Campus is our smaller campus which focuses mainly on adult nursing.  The Swindon Campus is located in West Swindon, in the Delta Business park and includes facilities to enhance student learning, collaboration and research, including state-of-the-art clinical skills labs:

For more information on our campuses, visit Contacts, Maps and Campuses.