Brasenose College, Oxford - Graduate Admissions
The College provides purpose-built accommodation for graduates in two buildings: the Graduate Annexe, St Cross Road and Holly Bush Row. Meals can also be taken in college during term-time. Each room is equipped with an ethernet port for connecting to the internet and (at Holly Bush Row) a BT telephone point, use of which is optional and paid for by the occupant.
St Cross Annexe is a short distance from the main College. Accommodation is laid out in clusters of five bed-sitting rooms, sharing two shower rooms and a well equipped kitchen. Cooking utensils are not supplied. The Standard rooms are approximately 150-160 sqare feet. Priority for accommodation is given to graduates in their first year.
Holly Bush Row, newly opened in September 2008, is located close to the railway station and Said Business School and is comprised of single rooms with en suite bathrooms and shared kitchens. Cooking utensils are not supplied. Priority for accommodation is given to graduates in their second year or later.
All kitchens are equipped with cookers, microwaves, fridges and freezers. Students should bring their own bedding, towels, cutlery, and crockery. (These can be purchased cheaply from large supermarkets and other stores locally.) There are laundry rooms in a separate building at St Cross, on the 4th floor of Holly Bush Row.
There are also two self-contained flats at Holly Bush Row which are equipped with basic furniture and large kitchen appliances (electric cooker with hob and grill and fridge/freezer), but students must provide all other cooking utensils and basic household items, as well as the items listed above.
The College has several rooms available for couples.
The University also offers accommodation for couples and those with children. Applications for University accommodation should be made to the University Accommodation Officer, Ewert House, Ewert Place, Oxford OX2 7DD.