Visiting Oxford

Oxford is a beautiful historic University city full of stunning architecture, history and culture. You will have the opportunity to study in Oxford’s Nuffield College, which is a social science college located in the centre of Oxford.

Information About Oxford

Oxford is a tourist destination and known for its beauty but also diverse range of cafes, pubs and restaurants and many cultural events.

For more information on the history and culture of both Oxford city, and its university, as well as advice on planning your stay, please visit the University’s Visiting Oxford webpages.

You also may wish to visit the Oxford Visitor Information Centre’s Experience Oxfordshire website.

Oxford’s Daily Info website contains further information.

Accommodation

We have reserved a limited number of rooms at Balliol College from Sunday, June 25th to Friday, June 30th. Rooms are priced at £53.50 per person per night inclusive of VAT and breakfast. Bookings can be made directly with the Balliol Conference and Events Manager, Jacqueline Gills by email. Please attach in the email a completed version of the following form with your payment details.

If you are interested in finding private accommodation, there are several hotels in walking distance from the Nuffield College. Book early as most hotels are relatively small and fill up quickly.

Accommodation

We have reserved a limited number of rooms at Balliol College from Sunday, June 25th to Friday, June 30th. Rooms are priced at £53.50 per person per night inclusive of VAT and breakfast. Bookings can be made directly with the Balliol Conference and Events Manager, Jacqueline Gills by email. Please attach in the email a completed version of the following form with your payment details.

If you are interested in finding private accommodation, there are several hotels in walking distance from the Nuffield College. Book early as most hotels are relatively small and fill up quickly.

Getting to Oxford

Oxford has an excellent bus connection to London and its two main airports. There is a bus from London every 10-15 minutes (X90 and Oxford Tube) and from Heathrow/Gatwick two to three times an hour (Airline bus). You can also take the train from London Paddington or Birmingham International AirportLondon Stansted Airport and Luton Airport have a direct bus connection and train connections via London.

 


 

Getting Around in Oxford

Most destinations in Oxford are close enough to walk to. However, Oxford also provides excellent bus services for getting around. For more information, please see here.

Social Events

There will be welcome conference dinner at Nuffield College on Monday, June 26, 2017.

Students are also invited to join an afternoon class and dinner on the River Thames during a boat trip excursion on Wednesday, June 28.

Students will also be provided with additional information on walking tours and other activities in Oxford.

Social Events

There will be welcome conference dinner at Nuffield College on Monday, June 26, 2017.

Students are also invited to join an afternoon class and dinner on the River Thames during a boat trip excursion on Wednesday, June 28.

Students will also be provided with additional information on walking tours and other activities in Oxford.

Scholarships

Applicants are eligible for NCRM Training Bursaries worth to £500 each.

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Information about Oxford

Oxford is a beautiful historic University city full of stunning architecture, history and culture.

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