Address: The Examination Schools, 75–81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG

The Examination Schools – an inspiring and stimulating environment for plenary sessions. Designed by the now famous architect Sir Thomas Jackson in 1876, the Examination Schools houses the University’s examinations and lectures, and outside of term time provides a unique conference facilities. It is brimming with stunning period features from sweeping Italian marble stair cases to ornate wooden carvings, and original Victorian fireplaces.

Oxford – inspires to dream big. In reference to the gentle spires and harmonious architecture of the city’s university buildings, poet Matthew Arnold called Oxford “the city of dreaming spires”. With the architecture, conference facilities, and history that wow, Oxford inspires to dream big. To make the most of your time, download a copy of our leaflet, Explore the University of Oxford. Information on how to get to Oxford is available here.