The universities in Tyne & Wear are easy to get to by public transport - see details for each of the universities below.
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Spread across the city, Newcastle University has close links with the local travel network.
The closest Metro station to the main campus is Haymarket station, just a 3 minute walk away. It is also a short walk from Monument and Jesmond Metro stations.
Bus services from across the city, county and further afield terminate at Haymarket and Eldon Square bus stations, both short walks from the campus, and several city centre services call at Percy Street, Barras Bridge and St Mary's Place, all within easy walking distance.
The Business School is just across the road from St James Metro station.
Northumbria University's main city centre campus is close to Haymarket Metro station, with Monument and Jesmond just a short walk away. Buses from the coast and east of Newcastle stop right outside the campus, with other city centre bus stops, and Haymarket and Eldon Square bus stations just a 5 minute walk away.
City Campus East is right next to Manors Metro station, and is also well served by cross-city centre bus services.
Coach Lane Campus is about a 15 minute walk from Four Lane Ends Interchange (for coonections with Metro and bus services). Stagecoach's service 1 links the campus with both Four Lane Ends Interchange and the city centre.
Sunderland University has two Metro stations near its two main campuses; St. Peter’s for the Sir Tom Cowie Campus and University station for City Campus.
Sunderland Connect bus service - FREE travel for University of Sunderland students and staff who show valid university ID.
For buses to City Campus, take the following: 2A, 2C, 5, 5A, 8, 16, 35, 39, 78, 78A, 136, 700 and 701.
Buses for the Sir Tom Cowie Campus include: 18, 23, E1 and the E6, all of which are a 2 minute walk from the Campus.
Metro services run every 12 minutes during the day in both directions for St. Peter’s and University, and every 15 minutes during evenings.
Sunderland Station serves as a regional rail station with a direct link to London.