The 9th International Research Conference is being hosted by the Oxford Bookes University in the UK

Oxford is very well located and easy to get to from many places. It’s only just over 50 miles away from central London, and just over 60 miles
from Birmingham. Public transport links are excellent by both train and bus. The Marston Road site is part of the Headington Campus, however please
note it is approximately 20 minutes walk from the main Headington Campus.

By car
We strongly advise you not to come by car, since parking is not available on site and is very restricted in the surrounding area. Exceptions can
be made for visitors with a disability permit. If you do wish to come by car, use the Oxford City park & ride – the car parks are clearly signposted as you approach the city.

By air
The nearest airport is Heathrow.

Although you can catch a train to Oxford from Heathrow (by going into London from Heathrow via the Paddington Express and then out of London by train from Paddington to Oxford), the easiest way to get to Oxford from Heathrow is by coach to Oxford city centre (then a bus/taxi to the venue or your hotel). The two options for coach from Heathrow to Oxford city centre are and

Other airports which have good coach connections to Oxford include Bristol, Birmingham, Gatwick, and Stansted. All of these airports are served by the low cost airlines. You can check flights and connections at something like

By train
First Great Western (FGW) operate services to Oxford from London Paddington, Gatwick Airport, Hereford and Worcester. FGW also operate intercity services via Didcot Parkway, from London, South Wales and the west of England. You can look at timetables and pre-book tickets at or

Getting from Oxford city centre to the venue
You can either catch a taxi or a bus, depending on where in the city centre you are coming from. You can download the universities guide to getting around here

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