Find out how to get to each of the Kingston University sites:
View a plan of Kingston town centre (PDF) and find out how to get to Kingston upon Thames:
Trains run regularly from London Waterloo to Kingston station or Surbiton station (at least every 15 minutes). The train journey takes approximately 25 minutes. For further information, visit the National Rail Enquiries website.
A wide range of buses run both locally and from other parts of London. For further information, visit the Transport for London website. We also run a free intersite bus service for staff and students.
There is a network of cycle routes adjacent to most university sites. Cycle parking facilities are available on all sites, including halls of residence.
All visitors to Kingston University must pre-book parking through the person they are visiting.
Parking enforcement measures are in operation at all sites so all visitors must display a visitor permit, which are available from campus receptions. Please note that parking control notices (PCNs) will be issued for any vehicles not displaying a valid permit during the stated times or where a vehicle is parked in breach of the on-site instructions. Any parking on a university site is at the user's own risk. The University accepts no responsibility for loss or damage to any personal property brought onto our sites.
Parking is limited and you may have to use one of the public pay-and-display car parks in Kingston, such as Bittoms and The Rose. For further information, visit the Kingston Council website.
For information about access around the University, visit our DisabledGo entry.
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Have you considered alternative means of transport when visiting Kingston University? It's easy to reach us by bus or train as well as car. There is also a growing network of cycle routes adjacent to most sites. Cycle parking facilities are available on all sites, including halls of residence.