Getting to Nottingham/England: 

If you’re coming to Nottingham by plane the closest airport is East Midlands Airport, located just outside of Nottingham with good connections to the rest of Nottingham via the Skylink bus ( No need to buy any tickets in advance as you can pay by card or cash on the bus itself. 

Other airports with great connections to Nottingham are Manchester Airport, Birmingham Airport, and London Luton Airport.  Other London airports are also accessible but the journey to Nottingham will take slightly longer. There are plenty of buses and trains available from these airports to Nottingham Station. We recommend that you book train and bus tickets in advance. 


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Getting to the venue from the City Centre: 

University Park campus is well connected to the City Centre and surrounding areas via a regular Tram service. The nearest tram stop is the University of Nottingham South Entrance, which is a 10-15 minute walk from the Teaching and Learning Building. Information about times and tickets can be found here: 

There are also multiple buses that run to the University of Nottingham University Park Campus from the City Centre. The University 34 bus costs £1 for students (but make sure you have the exact change) and takes you directly onto campus, stopping at East drive, a 5 minute walk from the Teaching and Learning Building. Other good options include the 18, 20 or the Indigo, which follow a similar route but drop you off on the edge of the campus. You might also consider taking the Skylink. Nottingham Bus Service information  or  


Staying near Jubilee campus: 

If you’re staying near Jubilee Campus you can catch the free 903 Hopperbus which runs quite frequently from Jubilee Campus to University Park (Main campus). Make sure to get out at the Union Stop or Portland Hill, and then the Teaching and Learning Building is only a 5 minute walk away. Free campus buses: