How to get to Loughborough

Loughborough is at the heart of England in the northern most part of the county of Leicestershire and being centrally placed it is well served by road, rail and air.

Main line road and rail networks link Loughborough directly with the rest of the country and the town itself is served by excellent bus services. Loughborough University is less than two miles away from junction 23 of the M1 motorway.

London is one-and-a-half hours away by train, Birmingham one hour and Manchester and Leeds around two hours.

There are regular scheduled flights from UK, European and international destinations to East Midlands Airport, only 7 miles away. 

Travelling by Car 

Loughborough's nearest motorway link is the M1; the campus is just two miles from Junction 23. The university is clearly signed on all the other main approach roads to Loughborough.

For 'Sat-Nav' Users 

To help ensure your satellite navigation system gets you to Loughborough University's main entrance correctly, use the postcode LE11 3TP when setting your destination. 
(Important: If coming into Loughborough using any other postcode, please follow signposts to 'University' to ensure you are directed to the main entrance.) 

Travelling by Rail

Regular Intercity services operate between Loughborough and other main line towns.

Once at Loughborough's railway station you are just ten minutes away from the campus. From here there is a regular bus service which operates every ten minutes during term time.

Taxis to the campus are normally available from the station. For information on train times and ticket prices phone National Rail on 08457 48 49 50 or you can use the following web services:

 

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