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Oxford Brookes University Graduation

Sir Kenneth Wheare Hall, Clerici Building, Brookes University, Gipsy Lane, Headington, Oxford

Graduations are such an important part of any student’s academic journey, giving you the chance to share your accomplishments with your nearest and dearest. 

Oxford Brookes University’s graduation ceremonies are held in the Kenneth Wheare Hall on the ground floor of the Clerici Building on Headington Campus. It is worth noting that not all graduations happen on the same day though, different faculties will have different dates.

Short Let Space has some amazing properties nearby to ensure that you can enjoy seeing your loved one graduate and also allow them to show you around the city that they have called home during their time in Oxford. 

If you need any help with booking accommodation for any graduation, please contact our friendly bookings team on 01993 222 200 or email us on stay@shortletspace.co.uk

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