NAM 2024 is being held at the University of Hull campus on Cottingham Road.

How to find us

Whatever your mode of transport, read our advice on how to arrive safely…

Easy access, wherever you are

Our location – about halfway between London and Edinburgh – puts us within pretty convenient distance of most parts of the UK. Hull’s road, rail, air and sea links are so good that students can easily get to us from all over the country, and in fact from all over the world.


Humber Bridge Hull

By Car

Hull’s extremely accessible by car. It’s just two and half hours from major cities like Newcastle and Birmingham. Manchester’s less than two hours away, and you can drive to Leeds or Sheffield in just over an hour. Our postcodes and //what3words addresses are:

Main Entrance HU6 7RU

Open Days HU6 7TS

Approach roads
Hull Paragon Interchange Railway Station

By Rail

There are regular direct trains from London, taking as little as two and a half hours. There’s fast, direct access from northern England and Scotland, while destinations to the west are also well connected. Once you reach Hull Paragon Interchange, it’s easy to get a taxi or hop on a bus to campus.

Students arriving at the University of Hull

By Coach

Coaches to Hull are available via National Express and link with other national and European services. The coach terminal is right next to the rail station. Coaches to London terminate at Victoria Station.

Students walking through Hepworths Arcade Hull

From overseas

If you’re coming from further afield, daily ferries connect Hull to the Netherlands and Belgium, while Humberside Airport links to the world via Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Manchester, Leeds-Bradford and Doncaster-Sheffield airports can also be reached easily from here.