Spread across two main campuses to the south of Birmingham
city centre, Birmingham University is frequented by over 34,000 students and staff on a daily basis.
The central location of the Edgbaston and Selly Oak campuses are ideal for those commuting to and from Birmingham University
, with a number of travel options available – including public transport, bikes and car share arrangements.
How to get to Edgbaston and Selly Oak campuses
Both Edgbaston Campus and Selly Oak Campus are served by the 61, X62 and 63 bus routes, which run regularly to and from the city centre throughout the day and evening. Similarly, the 76, 98 and 99 services offer easy access to the Medical School located just to the west of Edgbaston Campus.
Alternatively, take advantage of the city’s cycling routes, such as the paths running along the nearby Worcester and Birmingham Canal, and park your bike up at one of the cycle parking zones dotted around the campuses.
Travelling by car? Both main campuses are easily accessible by road, so why not slash the cost of your daily commute by inviting fellow students or colleagues to partake in a car share scheme? Split the cost of petrol and enjoy some excellent company to and from campus, and hey, you’ll even do your bit for the environment while you’re at it.
Car share to and from Birmingham University
Whether you’re travelling home for the weekend or holidays, or simply heading out to one of the many attractions in and around Birmingham – a liftshare can help save those all- important pennies. Needless to say, there’re plenty of reasons to get out and about in Birmingham. Head out of town for a day at Cadbury World
, visit Sutton Park for a BBQ or venture to the famous Balti Triangle for a satisfying curry feast.