Visiting the University of Leeds

Information on how to get to the University from various directions and by different methods can be found on the University's Getting Here Page. You can also link to Google Maps and enter our postcode LS2 9JT.

You can also download a copy of our Campus Map which shows the location of the School (location 23 on the map). The School is located at the heart of the campus and can be found on Level 7 in the EC Stoner Building. There are a number of entrances to the EC Stoner Building, but for the School of Computing please use the entrance opposite the Clothworkers' Centenary Concert Hall (location 25).

The main entrance to the University campus, which also provides access to the visitors car park, is situated on Woodhouse Lane, next to the distinctive Parkinson Building.

Click on the map to download a copy. In order to view or print the map you will need to have installed Adobe Acrobat ™.

Travelling to Leeds

Coming by Rail

Leeds has direct rail links to London Kings Cross (a bit over 2 hours), Manchester (1 hour), Liverpool (2 hours), Birmingham (2 hours), Edinburgh (3 hours) and many other UK cities. Details of UK rail travel can be found at the National Rail web site. The walk from the station to campus takes around 20 minutes. There is a free shuttle bus which takes about the same time. A taxi would take about 10 minutes.

Coming by Bus

There is a direct bus service from London Heathrow to Leeds (6 hours) by National Express.

Coming by Car

Leeds is linked to the major motorways M1 and M62. Parking on campus is 3.50 and places are limited. See the University's Getting Here Page for further details. An alternative car park can be found on the map below:

Coming by Air

Leeds-Bradford Airport, about 9 miles north of Leeds, is by far the most convenient airport to use. There are regular connecting flights to/from London Heathrow and Amsterdam. A taxi between Leeds/Bradford International Airport and the University will will about 40 minutes, though this can be dramatically longer in the rush hour.

Manchester Airport is a major international airport with services to all points of the globe.  There is a direct rail connection between Manchester Airport and Leeds - the journey takes just over an hour and costs around £24.00 return.