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Getting here

We are part of a global institution, in the heart of the UK's capital. Conveniently located near the major financial sector of Canary Wharf in East London. We offer life-changing courses for our students in London, including our partner colleges in Sunderland and Hong Kong.  

Marsh Wall front

Marsh Wall Campus building

Our main campus building is located in Marsh Wall, near Canary Wharf in East London. Here you can find our main facilities, including the Library, Students' Union and our Services for Students. Most of your classes will take place here. 

Address: 197 Marsh Wall, London, E14 9SG

HX4 front

HX4 - Harbour Exchange

Depending on your courses or events you may find yourself in the Harbour Exchange building, which is located opposite to our main campus. All classrooms in this space sit on the 3rd floor of Harbour Exchange no.4. 

Address: 4 Harbour Exchange Square, London, E14 9GE

A British Airways plane taking off

From the airport

London has several airports, with most long-haul flights arriving at either Heathrow or Gatwick.

If you are travelling from Heathrow airport:

  • Take the Piccadilly Line or Elizabeth Line from Heathrow Terminals. With Piccadilly one you will need to change lines to either Jubilee or the DLR.
  • Otherwise Elizabeth Line can get you directly to Canary Wharf. From there you can walk to our Marsh Wall building or Harbour Exchange.

 

If you are travelling from Gatwick airport:

  • Take a Thameslink train to London Bridge station, then take the Jubilee Line to Canary Wharf station where you can walk to our Marsh Wall building or Harbour Exchange.

By Tube or DLR

The closest station to both our campus buildings is South Quay. South Quay is a station on London's Docklands Light Railway (DLR) line.

The second closest Tube station is Canary Wharf, which is situated on both the Jubilee Line and the new Elizabeth Line, which is approximately a 10-15 minute walk to the University.

You can plan your Tube or DLR journey on the Transport for London (TfL) website, and download the London Underground map.