So, you’re getting ready to start university and now it’s time to find accommodation, the only thing left to think about is where to live. And now you’re stuck on one of the ultimate questions, do I get a shared flat or a studio?
We’re going to answer your question with some clarity so you know the difference between them both and can make the best decision for your student accommodation.

Shared flats –

Sometimes called cluster flats or group flats, where you share a communal space with other students so at the end of a long day you can wind down together in the lounge or kitchen.

All the bedrooms have En-suite bathrooms for you to still have privacy without the worries of a shared bathroom.

Shared flats are the ideal place to be if you want to enjoy the student lifestyle with friends, either old or new! One of the best features is the tenancy agreement is just yours, so unlike a shared house via a letting agent, you don’t have to worry if any flatmates don’t pay their rent or drop out.

If you have specific requirements for your flatmates, such as whether they study a similar course or want a single-sex flat just let us know and we will work to make sure to arrange it.

Explore our selection of shared flats in Oxford.

Choose your pick

Still confused which one to go for? Have a look at our properties in your chosen location to see what fits best!