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Venue & Travel

Venue - Oxford University Examination Schools, 75-81 High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BG

Exam schools outside
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The historic Oxford University Examination Schools was designed and built by Thomas Jackson as the University examination centre between 1876 and 1881. The building stands on a part of the site of the Angel Inn, which is reputed to have been the first Inn in England. Each year thousands of undergraduates sit their exams in this historical Grade II listed building, which is commonly known as the “Schools”, in traditional sub-fusc (black and white attire which is an Oxford tradition that is still rigidly enforced).

Map, Directions and Accessibility 

Please note: There is no parking at this venue. There is limited and expensive parking in the city centre. We advise you to come by train, bus or to stay at the park and rides outside the city centre and come in by bus.

Travel

Oxford is located 51 miles (83 km) north-west of London and is easy to reach from major airports and by rail, bus and car.

Getting there

By train
Oxford station has direct connections with London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds.  
Book in advance or plan your journey through the Trainline.

For travellers wanting to travel by train from mainland Europe, check out train travel website the man from seat 61 

By air
Nearest airports are London Heathrow, London Gatwick and Birmingham.

From Heathrow and Gatwick direct services are run by the Oxford Bus Company's AIRPORT EXPRESS, Tel: +44 (0) 1865 785400

Birmingham airport links easily by rail (Birmingham International) to Oxford. Motorway links are also good.

Stansted airport has a direct bus link or indirect train links.

By Coach
National Express operates throughout the UK.
From London take the Oxford Tube or Oxford City Link X90

By Car
Oxford is close to the M40 that runs from London to Birmingham. Parking in Oxford is difficult and expensive, however, so we advise coming by rail or bus if possible or parking in the Park and Ride services on the outskirts of Oxford. If you stay at The Oxford Hotel, parking is free.

Oxford city centre is compact, flat and easy to walk around. 

Local Bus Services
Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach run various services to and from the City Centre.

Taxis
Taxi ranks are available around the city.

001taxis, a private hire company with a waiting room in central Oxford, offers airport transfers.