Lancaster is located in North West England, between Manchester and the Lake District. Just three miles from the coast to the west, and set amidst some of the country’s most impressive scenery, the city of Lancaster is well connected to the rest of the UK by both road and rail – making getting home for the weekend or holidays easy.
Getting to Lancaster by Road:
Junction 33 of the M6 motorway is just two miles away from the campus, providing easy access to the national road network. There is a daily National Express service from the campus to Birmingham and London.
Getting to Lancaster by Rail:
There are frequent, direct services from Lancaster’s centrally located railway station to many of the UK’s major cities, including Manchester (within 1 hour) and Birmingham, London, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Leeds (within 2.5 hours) – all without the need to change trains. Similarly, there are regular direct services to Manchester Airport too. A bus service runs every 20 minutes between the railway station and the campus.