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The University of East London is based in two superbly located
campuses – in Stratford, close to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and in London Docklands, near Royal Albert Dock. We are easy to get to by public transport or by car. 

Docklands Campus


Our waterfront Docklands campus provides a modern, well-equipped learning environment, with modern lecture theatres and seminar rooms, a 24/7 library and learning centre, and a multimedia production centre - complete with audio and visual labs and studios.

UEL is one of the few London universities to provide on campus accommodation.  Our Docklands Campus Student Village houses close to 1,200 students, serviced by two on-campus launderettes and other campus amenities.

Features include: our 24/7 Docklands library, our £21m SportsDock centre, a campus shop and bookstore, the Children’s Garden Nursery, cafés, eateries, a late bar, plus Student Union facilities, including a student lounge

Getting Here

Travel information:

By public transport, the Docklands campus is served by the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), with trains running every 5-10 minutes from the Cyprus station. Bus routes serving Docklands include: the 101, 173, 262, 300, 366, 376, 474 and N551.

By road, the campus is accessible via the A12, A13 roads, and the A406 London circular.

Parking:

Parking is not available for students during peak hours (8.00am-5.00pm, Monday-Friday), although Blue Badge holders can apply for a peak hours parking permit. All students can apply for an off-peak parking permit, allowing them to use the campus car parks at Docklands and Stratford outside these times.

Address:

Docklands campus
University Way
London 
E16 2RD

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Stratford Campus

Our historic Stratford campus is located one of the best-connected areas of London: close to Stratford’s thriving town centre, the 2012 Olympic Park, and just 15 minutes from London’s West End.

Stratford’s facilities include: a new library and learning centre, upgraded laboratories and computing services. The Cass School of Education and Communities, and Centre for Clinical Education in Podiatry, Physiotherapy and Sports Science are housed in new buildings. There is also a campus restaurant and bookshop, and a Students’ Union café-bar.

Westfield Stratford City - Europe’s largest indoor shopping mall - is just one of Stratford’s attractions, alongside many other shops, cafés, bars and restaurants. There are two multiscreen cinemas, a theatre, an arts centre and much more.


Getting Here

Travel information:

The Stratford campus is a short walk from the Stratford and Stratford International rail stations. It’s also served by the Jubilee and Central Underground lines, the DLR, and a busy bus station. Bus routes calling at Stratford station include: the 25, 69, 86, 104, 108, 158, 238, 241, 257, 262, 276, 308, 425, and the D8.

By road, the campus is accessible via the A12, A13 roads, and the A406 London circular.

Parking: 

Parking is not available for students during peak hours (8.00am-5.00pm, Monday-Friday), although Blue Badge holders can apply for a peak hours parking permit. All students can apply for an off-peak parking permit, allowing them to use the campus car parks at Docklands and Stratford outside these times.

Address:

Water Lane,
London.
E15 4LZ


USS Stratford Campus

University Square Stratford is one of London’s most modern and well-equipped campuses. It serves 3,400 students and is the base for our courses in law and criminology, dance and performing arts, and the Master of Business Administration (MBA). 

Modern facilities include: performing arts spaces; three performance studios; the Harvard lecture theatre, with live lecture capture technology; the multimedia Weston Learning Centre; a dedicated MBA suite and teaching space; a 300-seat specialised tiered lecture; and a simulated courtroom for mooting experience.

The campus is close to new Stratford developments such as Westfield Stratford City, and next door to the Theatre Royal and Picturehouse cinema


University Square

Travel information:

University Square Stratford is in the centre of Stratford - five minutes’ walk from Stratford station.

By public transport, it is served by national and London Overground rail services, as well as the Underground Central and Jubilee lines, and the DLR. Bus routes calling at Stratford station include: the 25, 69, 86, 104, 108, 158, 238, 241, 257, 262, 276, 308, 425, and the D8.
By road, the campus is accessible via the A12, A13 roads, and the A406 London circular.

Parking:

Parking is not available for students during peak hours (8.00am-5.00pm, Monday-Friday), although Blue Badge holders can apply for a peak hours parking permit. All students can apply for an off-peak parking permit, allowing them to use the campus car parks at Docklands and Stratford outside these times.

Address:

University Square Stratford
1 Salway Road
London 
E15 1NF

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Campus to campus

We operate a regular, free double-decker bus service between our Stratford and Docklands campuses. This runs morning to evening, and takes about 25 minutes.

You can also use the DLR to travel between campuses: a 15-minute journey. Cyprus DLR station is opposite the main entrance to Docklands, while Stratford DLR station is just five minutes from University Square Stratford, and ten minutes from the main Stratford campus.

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