Getting Here

The Tyne BridgeLocated in the North East of England, Newcastle has excellent transport links with major UK and international cities.

Travelling by Train

Newcastle Central Station

  • A 15 minute walk from campus or 2 stops on the Metro
  • Newcastle is only 3 Hours from London King's Cross

Find out more about rail travel to Newcastle. Outside Central Station you can also find a Taxi rank.


The easiest way to the University from Newcastle Central Station is to take the Metro to Haymarket Station, which is opposite the campus.

  • Haymarket is two stops from Central Station
  • Cost: £2.50 for a DaySaver return (one zone)

Visit the Metro website for further information.

Driving Directions to the city centre

From the north or south

  • Follow the A1 towards Newcastle
  • Leave the A1 (Newcastle Western Bypass) at the junction with the A167/A696
  • Follow signs for the City Centre

From the west

  • Follow the A69 to the junction with the A1, and then take the A1 northbound.
  • Leave the A1 at the next junction, signposted City (West), Westerhope B6324
  • Follow signs for the City Centre A167 and then follow signs to the City Centre

City-centre car parks

City-centre NCP car parks.

The University is about 10 minutes’ walk away.

Visit the NCP website.