Stag Hill is the main campus, it is situated close to the Guildford mainline train station and within a short walk of the town centre.
If you are using sat nav please enter the postcode GU2 7XH.
Manor Park is a few minutes drive from the main Stag Hill campus. Go out of the main university entrance and straight ahead under the A3 and across the next two roundabouts into Gill Avenue, which also leads to the Hospital and Research Park. Proceed to the top of Gill Avenue and turn left into Manor Park. There are also regular bus services from the main campus.
If you are using sat nav please enter the postcode GU2 7YW.
Hazel Farm is about two miles north of the University in an estate just off the A322 Worplesdon Road.
If coming from the University, join the A3 for one junction towards London then follow the A322 towards Bagshot through Stoughton and at the first small roundabout turn right onto Cumberland Avenue. Hazel Farm is made up of the following roads: Hamilton Drive, Hamilton Close, Hamilton Place and Oregano Way.
If you are using sat nav please enter the postcode GU2 9PL.
Guildford is on the main line between London Waterloo and Portsmouth. Half-hourly train services run from Guildford to Waterloo, with journey times of around 40 minutes. For further information, go to the National Rail website.
Getting to campus from the station
Walking: You can walk from the station to Stag Hill campus within around 10/15 minutes (dependant on where on campus you are headed). Follow Google maps.
Bus: Stagecoach have taken over from Arriva and now the number 1 and 17 runs between the station and the various university locations. The earliest service is at approximately 6am and the last bus is just before midnight. On Sundays there is a reduced service.
Taxi: From main (eastern) exit.
Guildford is 30 miles south-west of London, on the A3 London-Portsmouth road.
From the London direction
If approaching from London or the M25 (Junction 10), remain on the bypass (A3) until you reach the exit signed to the Cathedral and University. The campus is very close to this junction. Simply follow the signs to the University, being careful not to follow signs to the Town Centre.
On the A322 or A323
If approaching on the A322 or A323 from Bagshot or Aldershot, at the A3 roundabout take the exit signed to Portsmouth, and then turn off the A3 at the first exit (signed to the Cathedral and University).
From the A281 or A3100
If entering Guildford from Horsham (A281) or Godalming (A3100), leave the central gyratory system at the exit signed for Farnham (A31). After approximately 200 yards, at the mini-roundabout, take the first turning right into Guildford Park Road, and continue along Madrid Road and The Chase for a mile. At the next roundabout, take the third exit for the University entrance.
If you are using a sat nav please enter the postcode GU2 7XH.
Visitors can use pay and display parking or can arrange a visitor permit. If you are travelling on an open day, then free parking will be available and sign-posted. Find out more about car parking on campus.
Via London Heathrow
RailAir coaches connect Guildford railway station with Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 and Heathrow Central Bus Station every hour from early until late, seven days a week.
Alternatively, National Express coaches travel between Woking station and Heathrow Airport Terminals 2,3 and 5 (with onward connections to Terminal 4) 18 times a day. There are frequent trains from Woking to Guildford, check National Rail.
Via London Gatwick
Gatwick station is positioned in the South Terminal of the airport and provides direct rail-air link trains to Guildford hourly between approximately 5:15am (6am on Sundays) and 11pm. check the National Rail website.
Via London City
This airport is in London and is well connected with the tube system. From there, travel to London Waterloo train station, and follow the instructions on how to reach campus by train.
Via London Stanstead
This is not the most convenient airport to reach the University. Train and bus services connect this airport to Liverpool Street Station in London. From there, different routes can take you to London Waterloo train station. From there, please follow the instruction on how to reach campus by train.
Via London Luton
This is not the most convenient airport to reach the University. A bus connects the airport to a train station from which regular services take you to central London. Alternatively, buses connect the airport to central London (see http://www.london-luton.co.uk/to-and-from-lla). From there, different routes can take you to London Waterloo train station. From there, please follow the instruction on how to reach campus by train.