Our Oxford campus, situated in one of the city’s many historic buildings, puts you at the heart of the city of dreaming spires. Oxford coach station is literally across the road from the campus, and the train station is a few minutes walk away. In addition, there are buses to all parts of the city that pass the College’s door.
The campus dates from the early part of the twentieth century, and our Oxford Business College team is at hand to make sure all UK-based and international students feel welcome and at home during their studies.
The college schedules social and educational events to introduce students to the local area and ensure they’re comfortable and supported.
Oxford Business College offers a modern digital technology environment, including smartboards, digital projectors, computers, and complimentary wireless Internet access. In addition, there is a study area and snack-making facilities. Oxford Business College students also have access to the John Henry Brookes Building Library at Oxford Brookes University.
Oxford Business College
65 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2BQ
By Train Oxford has two stations, Oxford and Oxford Parkway. Both have connections to London, Birmingham and other mainline stations in the North and South.
By Coach The Oxford Tube runs regular coach services from central London to Oxford, stopping at the Gloucester Green Bus Station, a short walk from our George Street building.
By Bus When travelling from Oxford Parkway, take Park and Ride bus 500 to George Street, Oxford.
On Foot Our George Street building is approximately a 7 minute walk from Oxford Train Station.
By Car See Parking Information (below).
Parking is available in Gloucester Green car park (105 spaces), opposite the George Street building, or Worcester Street car park (200 spaces), a 2 minute walk.
Further parking is available at Seacourt Park and Ride, an 8 minute bus ride away from central Oxford. Use Park and Ride bus 400.
Oxford is simply a wonderful city. It’s where Alice in Wonderland was imagined and where Harry Potter was filmed. Lord of the Rings was inspired by the places and people here, as was The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. For hundreds of years Oxford has stimulated the mind and fed the soul.