With undoubtedly the most beautiful campus in London, Roehampton’s extensive teaching facilities, high-quality accommodation and social hubs sit comfortably within 54 acres of parkland, lakes and woodland, situated only 30 minutes from the West End and central London.
Travelling by public transport
The University of Roehampton is in Zone 3 of the London transport system. The Transport for London website has more information about travelling around London, including a Journey Planner.
- Clapham Junction, Waterloo, Kingston, Richmond, Staines and Windsor.
- The main site (Digby Stuart, Froebel and Southlands Colleges) is a 10 minute walk. Whitelands is a 25 minute walk or you can get the 72 or 265 bus.
The University is well served by buses linking Roehampton to Hammersmith, Richmond, Kingston, Putney, Clapham Junction, Wimbledon and New Malden.
72, 265 and 493: stop next to the main site (at Queen Mary’s Hospital) and near Whitelands and Mount Clare (at the junction with Danebury
170 and 430: stop on Danebury Avenue which is near Whitelands and Mount Clare, and only a short walk from the main site.
(on the District, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City lines), take the 72 bus from bus stop K in the Lower Bus Station next to the shopping centre (above the Underground station)
From Putney Bridge
(on the District line) take the 265 bus from outside the station.
Parking is very limited on the campus and nearby streets.
The campus is near the A306 Roehampton Lane, between the A3 and the A205 South Circular.
Postcode for Sat-Navs
Digby Stuart and Southlands: SW15 5PU
Froebel: SW15 5PJ
Whitelands: SW15 4JD