IFL 2012 - Local Information
How to get to the University of Oxford
Oxford is about 60 miles (90 kms) northwest of London and has excellent road and national rail links. Regular coach services connect Oxford with the capital and also with Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, and Birmingham airports.
London Heathrow and Gatwick airports are linked to Oxford by The airline coach service, which operates a direct frequent service twenty-four hours a day.
London Stansted airport is linked to Oxford by the National Express 757 coach service, running every two hours.
Birmingham airport is linked to Oxford by National Express NX421 coach that takes about 95 minutes, and direct trains taking around 70 minutes.
A direct service operates between Oxford and London Paddington (approximately every 30 minutes), and between Oxford and Birmingham New Street via Banbury and Coventry. Other services operate from the north via Birmingham New Street; from the South via Reading; and from the west via Didcot or Reading. For information check National Rail Enquiries.
Frequent 24-hour direct services connect Oxford with London (peak times every 10-20 minutes), such as the Oxford X90 service and the Oxford Tube service. For information on coaches to other major cities and airports visit the National Express website.
Taxi ranks are located at Oxford Railway Station, Gloucester Green Coach Station and St Giles' in the city centre.
How to get to St Anne's college
The location of St Anne's college is shown on the following map:
The conference itself will be held in the Tsuzuki Lecture Theatre.