High Wycombe Campus
High Wycombe Campus
At our High Wycombe Campus you’ll be in the heart of the action. As our main campus, it is home to a range of state-of-the-art facilities, such as personal Art & Design workspaces, Aviation Simulator, Gym and Film and TV Studios.
High Wycombe is just a 30-minute train journey to the London city centre, as well as a short ride to Oxford, Reading and Birmingham. In the town centre you can find a range of pubs, bars, restaurants, cafes, supermarkets and a shopping centre full of popular retailers. The town itself is surrounded by relaxing countryside and interesting history. You get the best of both worlds!
Queen Alexandra Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP11 2JZ.
Please note that car parking is not available for students on campus.
Travelling by train
If you arrive into High Wycombe by train, it’s a short walk through town from the station to our campus. Chiltern Railways run the line and offer a service from London to High Wycombe in just 30 minutes.
Contact Traveline on 0871 200 2233 for details of trains to High Wycombe.
Travelling by bus
If you’re arriving by bus, again it’s just a short walk from the bus station to the campus. There’s a bus stop outside our building – the Council’s park and ride service stops here.
Contact Traveline on 0871 200 2233 for details of buses and coaches.
Travelling by car
Our High Wycombe Campus is just off the M40 motorway. You’ll see our building (the big blue one) as you approach the A40/A404 roundabouts in the centre of town.
If you’re coming by car, we recommend using the public car parks across the road in the Eden Centre and the Wycombe Swan. Wycombe Council also operates a park and ride service, with a campus bus stop. See our High Wycombe walking map for directions.
Got a blue badge? Email email@example.com to arrange a parking space on site.
Plan your route with Google Maps.
Travelling by air
Heathrow Airport is a 25 mile drive from High Wycombe, and London Luton Airport is 40 miles away. You can get to us from both airports on public transport – go to Transport for London website to plan your route .
Gatwick Airport is 55 miles to High Wycombe. It’s best to transfer to Heathrow for onward connections to High Wycombe.
London Stansted Airport is 70 miles away.
When you arrive on campus, please report to the main reception desk to sign in. The desk is open 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday, and closed on Saturdays and Sundays. (Our library and gym operate different opening times.)
You will need to wear a visitor's pass during your visit and sign out when you leave. Please keep your personal belongings safely with you.
If you need any assistance while you’re at BNU, please call 01494 605 021 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before you arrive, so we can make any necessary arrangements.
Guidance for international students living off-campus
If you are considering private accommodation, we recommend living no more than 20 miles away from the university campus (see map below). Although this is only approximately a 40 minute commute by car, please note travel routes can be heavily congested at peak travel times and you must plan accordingly. This includes public transport such as buses or trains.
Consistently being late to, or entirely missing, classes can jeopardise your visa and negatively impact your student status.
Please ensure you familiarise with the cost of commuting in the UK so you can prepare and budget accordingly. As a student, you are entitled to discounted travel with an Oyster card in the Greater London Area, as well as student bus passes and railcards.