Our main city campus is in Stoke-on-Trent. We also have our Centre of Healthcare Innovation, located in Stafford, the Digital Institute at Staffordshire University London, and our Shrewsbury campus.
Our Stoke-on-Trent campus is based on two sites just a few minutes’ walk apart. The Leek Road site is home to the Science Centre as well as our law, business and sports spaces. The College Road site is where you’ll find our computing, creative arts and engineering facilities.
Conveniently situated within two minutes’ walk of Stoke-on-Trent railway station, the campus is served by frequent direct services from national rail operators. We are 35 minutes by train from Manchester and 45 minutes from Birmingham. You can reach us from London in 90 minutes.
You can use National Rail Enquiries to plan your train journey.
Both our College Road and Leek Road sites have excellent bus links with the city centre and wider area. The Traveline site is useful for planning your bus journey.
National Express coaches stop in front of the Beacon Building for direct travel to Birmingham, Manchester Airport, Manchester and Scotland. More services are available from Hanley bus station, just over a mile away.
Being in the centre of the UK, we are within easy reach of a number of airports.
Manchester Airport is 50 minutes by car or 75 minutes by train. East Midlands Airport is around 55 minutes’ drive. Birmingham Airport is approximately 60 minutes away by car, as is Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
If you are traveling from Europe or Ireland you may enter the UK via a ferry port. Please check with the relevant ferry provider. Rules may differ depending on where you are traveling from. You can have a look at some ferry companies and prices.
Our Stoke-on-Trent campus is within easy reach of the M6 motorway, A50 and A34 if you’re travelling by car.
- Leek Road site: ST4 2DF
- College Road site: ST4 2DE
These postcodes will take you to our buildings but not directly to the site entrances. Please note they are for guidance only.
From 1 November 2019, arrangements for visitors and other non-permit holders using Staffordshire University car parks were changed to reduce on-campus congestion. If you intend to drive to and park on one of our car parks regularly, you may wish to consider applying for a parking permit. Full details of costs, pay to park tariffs and how to apply for permits can be found in our parking section.