Whether your course lands you in High Wycombe, Uxbridge or Aylesbury, you’ll find an enticing selection of retail options within easy reach of all our campuses.
With a good mix of high street and quirky independent stores in all three locations – plus the endless array of shopping options in London just a short train ride away – there is plenty on offer to suit all shopping tastes and budgets.
Lots of shops will offer you a student discount too, which is well worth taking advantage of – find out which places you can get money off on the Save The Student website .
Head to High Wycombe’s Eden Shopping Centre for almost every high street store you can think of, plus options for bowling, food and a 12-screen cinema, too. You’ll find Primark outside of the main shopping centre, handily located just around the corner from campus.
For the ultimate shopping experience, jump on the train to Oxford Street to see some of the biggest and best shops London has to offer. And of course, once you’re in London, the shopping options are almost endless – with bustling markets, independent shops, plus all the big retail names, there for you to browse through and buy from, and just a short train ride away.
IIf you fancy something a little different, High Wycombe is also an easy train journey from Oxford’s historic covered market or Reading’s The Oracle shopping centre, both great shopping days out, depending on what you’re looking for.
Take the short walk from campus to Uxbridge town centre, and you’ll have your pick of the best high street stores. Two large shopping centres – Intu Uxbridge and The Pavilions – make Uxbridge one of the top ten shopping destinations in London. You’ll find everything from fashion to sports, as well as lots of places to refuel with a coffee or quick bite.
Once you’ve explored the town’s high street offerings, don’t forget to check out the many independent stores on historic Windsor Street and the Market House, including record shops, books and more. Every Wednesday you’ll be able to browse the weekly Craft Market at The Pavilions too, for even more local buys.
Whilst Aylesbury is smaller, you’ll be based just over the road from the main town centre, making shopping quick and easy. Within minutes you’ll find yourself at Friars Square or Hale Leys shopping centres, both filled with the usual high street options. Walk a little further and you’ll hit Aylesbury Shopping Park with larger stores and restaurants too.