Spread across a 290 hectare stretch of greenspace on the outskirts of Coventry, Warwick University
is a leading university with a worldwide reputation for high academic achievements and first class research. Its three campuses are all within walking distance of each other, making it easy for its 25,000-plus student and staff population to navigate between faculty buildings.
Getting to and from the university is easy, with several transport options available. Check out some of quickest and most affordable ways to get to campus and start saving money on your travel today.
How to get to Warwick University
Local bus services offer easy access to the three campuses, with frequent departures to and from Coventry city centre and the main railway station. The following routes apply:
- National Express: Routes 11 and 12 run between Coventry bus station and the University.
- Stagecoach: The X16 and X17 routes also travel between Coventry and the campuses.
Coventry train station offers links to nearby towns and cities, with the Travel Coventry bus services providing a link from the station to campus via its 12/12A and U1 routes.
All three campuses also have parking facilities for bicycles, with a map of relevant cycling routes to and from the university available here
Lift share to and from Warwick University
The university is conveniently located just off the A45, ideal for those commuting to and from campus by car. Simply plug CV4 7AL into your sat nav and off you go!
If you’re looking to save some cash, however, then why not consider a car share with friends or colleagues? Thousands of people commute to campus every day, so there’s plenty of opportunities to make new friends whilst saving money. Split the cost of fuel between you and your passengers and do your bit for the environment while you’re at it!