From Uxbridge bus station (next to underground station):
U3 (alight Cleveland Road)
U1 to West Drayton, U4 and U7 (alight Kingston Lane)
222 and U5 (alight Cowley Road)
From Heathrow Central:
A10 Heathrow Fast, every 15 minutes, journey time approx 25 minutes (alight Hillingdon Road)
From West Drayton railway station:
U3 (alight Cleveland Road)
U1 (alight Kingston Lane)
222 (alight Cowley Road )
West Drayton (First Great Western Link) is the nearest mainline station, approx 1.5 miles from the campus.
Services run from London Paddington (approx 20 mins journey time) or from the West (Bristol). From West Drayton station take one of the following buses towards Uxbridge: 222 (alight Cowley Road), U5 (alight Station Road), or U3 (alight Cleveland Road).
West Ruislip Station (Chiltern Railways) is the mainline service from London Marylebone (approx 20 mins journey time) and the North (Aylesbury, Banbury and Birmingham) and is approx 4 miles from the campus.
From West Ruislip Station take the U1 bus (towards Hillingdon Hospital) and alight Kingston Lane.
By Underground (London Transport)
Take the westbound Metropolitan Line to Uxbridge (approx 40 mins from Baker Street station).
Or take the westbound Piccadilly Line to Uxbridge (approx 45-50 mins from Earl’s Court station)
You can then take a taxi or bus (see above for recommended bus services) to the Brunel campus.
Alternatively you can walk to the campus, using the 1-mile walking route shown below.
Parking on the campus and in the local area is very restricted. Barriers control access to the site and all vehicles must display a valid permit.
Entry is via Kingston Lane only. On arrival, visitors may apply for a permit for the day from the main Reception Desk in the Wilfred Brown Building.
In addition, pay-and-display parking is available on site near Reception. Clamping is in operation for illegally parked vehicles.
Sat Nav users: please enter the road address (Kingston Lane) instead of the postcode to ensure you are directed to the main entrance of the University. Using just the postcode will take you to a road with no access to the campus.
From the M4: Leave M4 at Junction 4, follow signs to Uxbridge (A408) and Brunel University. At the second roundabout turn right and then left at the traffic lights. Continue ahead and turn left at the mini roundabout. Follow the road passed Hillingdon Hospital on your left, straight over the mini roundabout and turn right into Kingston Lane. After about 200 metres, turn left into the University.
From the A40/M40: At Swakeleys Roundabout take B483 exit to Uxbridge. Follow signs across two mini-roundabouts. At major roundabout bear left onto A4020 (Brunel sign), straight ahead at the first lights, then almost immediately take second right filter turn onto Kingston Lane (signposted Brunel).
The main entrance to Brunel is right at the next roundabout. follow signs for Main Reception as you enter the campus.
From the M25: (From north or south) Join M40 or M4 then see above.
Access by car for registered disabled visitors
Disabled parking bays are available at various locations around the campus. Please collect a permit from Main Reception, Wilfred Brown Building, on arrival.
Uxbridge campus is on a signposted cycle route, which passes through the middle of the campus, along Cleveland Road. You can pick up a free Local Cycling Guide at the main reception in the Wilfred Brown Building.
Cycle storage facilities are located around the campus, and some halls of residence have enclosed cycle storage areas. There are approximately 36 cycle storage facilities on campus which can collectively accommodate roughly 520 bikes. Showers with changing facilities are available within the Sports Centre for use by student and staff cyclists. Please note that ID cards will be checked before access is granted. There are several lockers dotted around the campus. Students can contact the Students Union for further details whereas staff can book these lockers via Security.
One mile can be cycled in under 7-8 minutes.
Cycling two-mile trips (return trips) from Uxbridge Station to Brunel University could save you over £600 each year in fuel.
Cycling is great exercise, and each return trip can burn up to 100 calories.)