The main college premises are in King Edward Street with three further sites within walking distance. King Edward Street is off Oxford High Street and about 200 yards East of Carfax. It is easy to find but the following map and directions may be helpful.
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From the North, enter Oxford on either the Banbury or Woodstock Road, leading to St Giles, past Martyrs' memorial to Broad Street. From Broad Street, turn right into Turl Street and walk down to the High. Turn left and King Edward Street is fifty yards along, on the right.
From the East, come through Headington and then along London Road to St Clements, where there is a car park on the right. Walk over Magdalen Bridge and along the High Street. King Edward Street is on the left, two hundred yards before Carfax.
From the South, come into Oxford along the Abingdon Road and left into Thames Street, the car park is located next to the ice rink on Oxpens Road. Cut across to St Aldates and then along the High Street at Carfax. King Edward Street is two hundred yards along, on the right.
From the West, approach the city along the Botley Road, past the Railway Station and along Hythe Bridge Street, where there is a car park at Worcester Place. Walk along George Street and Cornmarket Street to Carfax and the High Street. King Edward Street is two hundred yards past Carfax on the right.
Arriving by train, either take a taxi to the college or walk along Park End Street up to Westgate, then along Queen Street to Carfax and the High Street. King Edward Street is two hundred yards past Carfax on the right.
The coach station is at Gloucester Green. From here, cut across to George Street, then head for Cornmarket Street and take a right turn towards Carfax and the High Street. King Edward Street is two hundred yards past Carfax on the right.
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Oxford's history dates back over a thousand years. It was originally a place where cattle could be driven across the river Thames, hence the name Ox(en) Ford. The university was preceded by monastic 'halls', where theological students could be accommodated in safety. The first colleges were founded in the 13th century and over a period of years the university was established, steadily growing in status and independence, becoming a world-renowned centre of learning. This reputation has remained to this day and Oxford continues to attract the brightest students and the most eminent academics. The modern university exists alongside a large number of other educational establishments which naturally derive great benefit from the academic environment and wealth of learning which predominate in this enchanting city.
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