Contact us & visitor information

Blavatnik School of Government,
University of Oxford,
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter,
Woodstock Road,
Oxford OX2 6GG,
United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 (0)1865 614 343

If arriving on foot, the building is best accessed via Walton Street, the postcode for this is OX2 6AH. We are opposite Oxford University Press. All deliveries are to go via the Woodstock Road entrance.


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Please note that the public cannot access the building on a daily basis (this includes University staff card holders). However, the great majority of our events are open to the public and we take part in Oxford Open Doors weekend every year in September. Please check our events listings or sign up to our events mailing list.

    Enquiries
    • General enquiries: enquiries@bsg.ox.ac.uk +44 (0)1865 614 343
    • Venue hire: holdyourevent@bsg.ox.ac.uk +44 (0)1865 616 693
    • Our programmes and application processes: admissions@bsg.ox.ac.uk
    • Employing our students or alumni: careers@bsg.ox.ac.uk
    • Hosting a student on a summer placement: summerproject@bsg.ox.ac.uk
    • Executive Education: executive.education@bsg.ox.ac.uk
    • Media enquiries: comms@bsg.ox.ac.uk
    • Events: events@bsg.ox.ac.uk
    • Visitor programme: visitors@bsg.ox.ac.uk
    • Dean of the School: deans.office@bsg.ox.ac.uk

    There is also a central contact database for the University.

    Transport to Oxford

    The University of Oxford website has interactive maps of the University buildings.

    Oxford is approximately 60 miles (90 kms) northwest of London and has excellent road and national rail links. There are regular coach services to the London airports, and direct train services to major UK cities including London and Birmingham.

    Many Oxford streets in central Oxford are closed to traffic and parking is severely limited. If considering arriving by car, visitors are encouraged to use the Park and Ride bus services which operate between the city centre and parking areas on the outskirts of the city.

    For more detailed information, please see the University of Oxford website page on how to get to Oxford University.