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Corpus Christi College, Oxford
Merton Street
Oxford
Oxfordshire

OX1 4JF | View map
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Corpus Christi is conveniently located in the centre of Oxford, tucked away from the hustle and noise of the City’s main streets, looking over Christ Church Meadow towards the Thames.

There is easy access to other University facilities such as libraries and the city shops including the famous covered market; yet it is also free from the heavy traffic of the High Street and enjoys direct access to the open spaces, riverside paths and tree-lined walks of the meadow. Architecturally, it successfully blends the old with the new, as illustrated by the new MBI al Jaber Building with its spacious auditorium and delightful roof terrace.

Corpus offers clean and comfortable standard, or en suite, study bedrooms with both singles and twins available. All rooms are provided with towels, toiletries and tea/coffee making facilities. Ensuite rooms have proper shower rooms, and standard rooms have their own washbasin, sharing a modern shower room with up to five other rooms.

The majority of en suite rooms have delightful views over the main quad or College gardens and are safely away from any traffic noise. Standard rooms are located on the main site in the Thomas Building or across Merton Street in our 1960s Powell & Moyer "New Building".

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