Getting to Brunel
Take the westbound Metropolitan Line to Uxbridge (approx 40 mins from Baker Street station). Or take the westbound Piccadilly Line to Uxbridge (approx 45-50 mins from Earl’s Court station). You can then take a taxi (around 6 pounds) or bus (U1, U3, U4) to Brunel campus.
Parking on the campus and in the local area is very restricted. Barriers control access to the site and all vehicles must display a valid permit. Visitors enter the site at their own risk and are subject to the University's Traffic and Parking and Permit Regulations. 'Pay and Display' parking is available on our main site and Sports Park via the Kingston Lane entrance.
From West London, it may be more convenient to come to Brunel university London using the rail. West Drayton (First Great Western Link) is the nearest mainline station, approx 1.5 miles from the campus. Services run from London Paddington (approx 20 mins journey time) or from the West (Bristol). From West Drayton station, take one of the following buses towards Uxbridge: 222 (alight Cowley Road), U5 (alight Station Road), or U3 (alight Cleveland Road).
West Ruislip Station (Chiltern Railways) is the mainline service from London Marylebone (approx 20 mins journey time) and the North (Aylesbury, Banbury and Birmingham) and is approx 4 miles from the campus.
From West Ruislip Station take the U1 bus (towards Hillingdon Hospital) and alight Kingston Lane.
There are a number of buses going to and from the University for Uxbridge Town Centre (U1, U3, U4), as well as West Drayton and West Ruislip train stations (fast over ground trains to Central London) as well as Heathrow Airport.