Travel Details and Directions

Airport Transfers

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BusBus detailsThere are regular buses which are run by National Express or The Airline. They both run 24 hours a day, roughly every 30 minutes and cost around £24 for a single ticket. Each terminal has a bus stand. The bus will drop you off at the last Oxford stop, which is the Bus Station, in the centre of Oxford, just a few minutes from the Said Business School.You can take the coach, either National Express or The Airline. At peak times the service picks up every hour and takes around 120 to 150 minutes to Oxford. You can either book your ticket on the nationalexpress.com website or buy it on the day from the bus stand at the airport.The National Express runs eight services a day between Stansted and Oxford which take 3 hours.National Express runs 8 buses a day between Luton and Oxford the journey takes 2 hours.
TrainTrain detailsYou can also take the train which can be quicker than the bus in rush hour but is more expensive. You have to take the underground train, called the Heathrow Express to London Paddington Station and change for a train to Oxford Station. Once on the train at Paddington it usually takes one hour. The Oxford train station is next door to the Said Business School. Tickets cost around £18 for the Underground and £25 Paddington to Oxford.Gatwick has its own train station, so you can change at Reading to get to Oxford. The journey takes around 2 hours and is approximately £30.You can take the train into London and take the Underground to London Paddington then out to Oxford.The other option is to take the train from Luton to London St.Pancras and then take the Underground train to London Paddington for direct trains to Oxford.
TaxiTaxi detailsOr you can take a private taxi from outside the airport.Outside the airportOutside the airportOutside the airport

 

Coming from the North...

If you are driving from the North down the M40, leave at junction 9 and take the A34 south. Leave at the A420 exit towards Oxford/Bristol/Swindon. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto A420, turn left onto the Botley Road and carry on straight until you get to Park End Street and the Said Business School will be on your left next to the train station.

Or if you are coming from the A44, join the A34 at the Pear Tree Roundabout and follow the instructions south down the A34 until you leave at the A420 exit.

From the South...

If you are driving up on the A34 take the 2nd Oxford exit following the A420 towards Oxford/Bristol/Swindon. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto A420, turn left onto the Botley Road and carry on straight until you get to Park End Street and the Said Business School will be on your left next to the train station.

Or if you are coming from the A420 follow it straight into Oxford and at the Botley interchange take the 1st exit onto A420, turn left onto the Botley Road and carry on straight until you get to Park End Street and the Said Business School will be on your left next to the train station.

From London...

Exit the M40 at junction 8 and carry on along the A40 until you get to the Headington interchange. Take the A4142 Eastern-By-Pass ring road, carry straight on this road over four roundabouts. At the 4th roundabout take the 3rd exit up the A34 Southern By-Pass Road. Exit at Botley Interchange onto the A420 towards Oxford/Bristol/Swindon. At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto A420, turn left onto the Botley Road and carry on straight until you get to Park End Street and the Said Business School will be on your left next to the train station.

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