Travelling by train:

Newcastle Central Station is on the east coast main line and directly accessible from London King's Cross, Glasgow and Edinburgh.

The University can easily be reached from Newcastle Central Station using the Metro. Haymarket Metro station is opposite the campus and only two stops from Central Station.

The campus is approximately 18-minutes' walk from the train station, please see directions below.

Travelling by plane:

Newcastle International Airport is about seven miles from the University, and is linked to the city centre via Metro.

It may be possible to fly direct to Newcastle International Airport from locations across Europe. Indirect flights typically change in London, Amsterdam, Brussels or Paris. 

The airport is about 7 miles from the city centre. You can travel by Metro from the airport to the city centre – the journey to Haymarket (the nearest stop to the University) takes about 25 minutes.

From Haymarket metro to Percy Building:

The nearest metro station to the University is Haymarket. The conference will take place in the Percy Building, which is located at the heart of our campus (see Programme).

At Haymarket, head towards the main entrance to the University with the big steps. Go up the steps, walk through the arches and continue walking for another 2mn... The main entrance to Percy Building is straight ahead of you! 

You may find the directions below helpful, too.

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