Travelling to Nottingham

The University of Nottingham is situated towards the south of Nottingham City Centre. The event will take place on the University Park campus.

More details on the campus, please click here University of Nottingham

By Rail

The nearest train station is Nottingham, approximately 15 minutes away from the University Park campus. It easily accessible by either a taxi (available at the station) or from the nearby bus stops. The bus stops closest to the train station are Broadmarsh bus station (for Trent Barton’sIndigo services) or Canal Street (for Nottingham City Transport’s 13 and 14 services).

By Air

The nearest airport is East Midlands. There is a 24 hour Skylink bus service from East Midlands to Nottingham City Centre. The journey takes 45 minutes and buses are every 30 minutes until 11.30pm, then hourly until 4am when the half hourly service resumes. The Trent Barton Indigo Loughborough service goes past the University Park Campus (on route to Nottingham Broadmarsh bus station) and goes to Sutton Bonington (on route to Loughborough). Buses leave from outside the Airport Arrivals hall. You can also walk to the taxi rank on the terminal forecourt and take a direct taxi to the University. The cost of a single/one way journey is approximately £20.

By Bus

A number of bus services run from the city centre to the University’s campus at University Park. Look at Traveline to create a personalised journey plan and to get maps and more detailed directions.

By car

Sat Nav Users: The postal code for satellite navigation systems is: NG7 2RD. The full campus address is:

The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

Directions from M1 motorway

Leave the M1 motorway at Junction 25 to join the A52 to Nottingham. Follow the A52 for approximately 4 miles, at the Toby Carvery roundabout turn right onto the A6464, turn left at the next roundabout to enter the University’s West Entrance.

Parking:

There are pay and display visitor car parks in operation at the University Park campus.