We are located in the Advanced Manufacturing Building, near the South entrance of the Jubilee Campus.
Click on the 'Printable Map' (PDF) to find where the buildings are located.
Directions to and From the Jubilee Campus
By Hopper Bus (free service):
The University of Nottingham provides free hopper bus services that run between the main University Park Campus and Jubilee, Sutton Bonington and King's Meadow campuses, Nottingham City Hospital and the Royal Derby Hospital Centre. You can view the Hopper Bus time tables online.
By public bus service:
There are a number of public services that run close to or through our campuses. For further details on public bus services to The University of Nottingham click here.
If you are staying in the city centre we recomend the orange line (Bus 34,35 and 36), indigo or I4.
By car (from M1 motorway):
Leave the M1 motorway at Junction 25 to join the A52 to Nottingham. Take the second exit at The Priory roundabout (about 4 miles from M1) and join A6200. Pass the Queens Medical Centre (QMC) and turn left in the South entrance of the Jubilee Campus. The Advanced Manufacturing Building is just 1 minute away from the QMC.
Car parking on campus:
Visitors to the University will be required to use the pay and display facilities.
Parking charges are:
- Up to 30 minutes (free)
- 2 hours (£3.00)
- 4 hours (£5.00)
- All day (£7.00)
Note: Restrictions will apply in some locations.
Are you using satellite navigation? When driving to University Park Campus via satellite navigation, please use NG7 2GX as the postcode.
National Express provides coach service between Nottingham and many destinations in the United Kingdom.
The Nottingham Train station in Station Street is well-served by the British Rail network with connections to Nottingham and all other major British cities. Check the National Rail website for ticket information and booking.
Faculty of EngineeringThe University of NottinghamJubilee CampusDerby RoadNottinghamNG8 1BB, UK Email: UTC@nottingham.ac.uk
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