University of The West of Scotland
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Campus facilities includes:
Located in the modern urban city. Situated on a quiet residential side road with the River Thames running up one side of the school, yet only a ten minute walk to the heart of the city. It is also close proximity to the railway, coach stations and Oxford University.
Moving to another country to study is one of the biggest decisions you will make so it is understandable for students to feel a mixture of nerves and excitement. Bellerbys College recognise the importance of feeling safe, comfortable and happy when you are away from home and we take great care to ensure all of our accommodation options provide this.
We offer five high quality and comfortable accommodation options in Oxford:
St Aldates Oxford (14-17 years)
St Aldates student residence is located in the heart of the city, just a short walk from our Oxford College. Shops, cafes and a cinema are all close by, while the famous Christchurch Meadow and River Thames are only a few minutes’ walk away. Oxford St Aldates includes:
St Ebbes (18 years+)
St Ebbes student residence is located in the heart of the city, just a short walk from our Oxford College. Shops, cafes and a cinema are all close by, along with some famous and inspiring Oxford University buildings to view and visit. Being located in the heart of Oxford city centre means that St Ebbe’s can be a busy area at day and night with the levels of background noise associated with such. Students choosing St Ebbe’s accept this aspect of a city centre living environment.
Oxford St Ebbes includes:
We have different kinds of Homestay, each offering a different experience of culture and lifestyle but all providing a warm and friendly welcome to international students.
The College Welfare and Safeguarding Team carefully choose all our homestay accommodation to ensure it is safe and friendly and carry out regular checks to ensure the students’ needs are being met. Some of the great benefits to a homestay include:
Extra measures are put in place to safeguard students in homestay who are under the age of 16. Local Social Services teams will visit students in their accommodation to ensure that their needs are being met and that their environment is as safe, secure and nurturing as it should be.
Note: British Law does not allow discrimination between ethnicity, origin, religion, sexuality or disability.